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It is for real that more and more women are have been experiencing a lot of V-problems, but then, none of them wanted to get checked. The reason may be because they're feel embarrassed to tell a doctor that something's wrong with their V or maybe because they're too afraid to find out what's really wrong with their V.
A lot of women are suffering from yeast infection, v*ginal inflammation and infections.
Here are some of the symptoms of Yeast infection:
1. Itching and burning sensation
2. Abnormal discharge
3. Bad odor
4. Red, swollen and painful external genitalia and mucous membranes.
5. Presence of satellite lesions, which can spread on the anus and thigh.
Some of the causes of these symptoms are antibiotics, birth control pills, heat, moisture, pregnancy, diabetes, STD, HIV, wearing tight clothes and jeans, and even menstruation.
To avoid this condition you need to maintain a healhty and balanced diet. V*ginal health is always associated with a healthy diet! Try drinking some cranberry juice or yogurt, this helps fight yeast infections.
You should also start wearing cotton underwear and a little loose pants, to help your V breathe well.
Avoid douching. Douching always interferes with V pH levels. This reduces the acidity that will help ease the impact of infections.
You should also avoid using soaps with strong scent and start using mild and unscented soaps for your private part. And in having an intercourse, always make sure that your partner is using a condom, to prevent HIV or STD infections.