See Here: 10 Private Part Rules That Every Girl Must Know

We all know that talking about the [email protected] and sex issues is a taboo in our country, even today. Although over the years, there has been a gradual change in people's mindsets about such subjects, there are still many women who refrain from talking about their feminine hygiene issues. Maintaining [email protected] hygiene is very important, hence, here is a list of rules concerning your nether regions, which many women do not know about.

1. Wet and Sweaty Bottoms Can Cause Bacteria: Women often get their panties wet due to [email protected] discharge, sweat or not cleaning the [email protected] after urinating. Wet bottoms for a long period can cause bacteria to develop, resulting in bad odour or infections. Hence, always keep your [email protected] clean and dry.

2. Not Changing Your Sanitary Napkin for 9 Hours: It's very important for menstruating women to change their sanitary napkins every 5-7 hours. If sanitary napkins are worn for long, they can cause rashes, bad odour and put you at the risk of infection.

3. Wearing Tight Clothes Can Cause Sweat: It's always recommended that women wear breathable innerwear, made of cotton fabric. Tight inners and synthetic fabrics can reduce the air circulation causing sweat, which puts you at a higher risk of developing [email protected] infection.

4. Not Maintaining the pH Level May Cause Harm: The [email protected] naturally keeps itself safe from bacteria and infections by maintaining an optimum temperature and moisture with a specific pH balance. Normally, the pH level of a [email protected] is around 3.8 to 4.5, which can be drastically altered by using harsh soaps or chemical cleansers. This can permanently damage your [email protected] and cause constant irritation and infections. To maintain this pH level, use a mild soap and water to clean your sensitive parts. In case if you find a strong and unpleasant odour, consult your doctor immediately.

5. Cleaning [email protected] After Intercourse Is A Must: Body fluids and particles from condom and other innate products can cause infection in the [email protected]. Hence, it's very important to clean the [email protected] with a mild soap and water to keep it safe from infections and bacteria.

6. Remove Pubic Hair: Always keep your pubic hair short or remove it completely in order to keep your private parts clean. To extent possible, avoid using razors, but if you still need to, then always use a new blade.

7. Talcum Powder Helps You Keep It Dry: Make it an everyday after-bath routine to apply some talc on your [email protected]. This will help your [email protected] stay clean and dry for hours.

8. Avoid Douching: Douching means to wash or soak in French. The douching involves rinsing your private parts with an acidic chemical fluid and is often done post-intercourse to kill the sperms. But douches interfere with pH level and can cause infection and more over it is an ineffective contraceptive at best. Hence, abstain from this practice.

9. Avoid Scrubbing Your Nether Regions: The skin on your private parts is sensitive and can easily peel off when scrubbed with a harsh product. Hence always opt for products that are gentle and easy on the skin.

10. Coloured Fluid Discharge is Not Normal: It's very important to know about the kind of fluids that your body discharges. If your innerwear stinks or you witness coloured (green/yellow) urine or [email protected] discharge, consult your doctor immediately.

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