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8 Feminine Hygiene Tips You Need To Know

When it comes to feminine hygiene, education is crucial. In this article, we'll go over everything you need to know about being healthy and smelling good, from what you can eat to what you must do.

1. Cotton is a good choice: Silk, satin, synthetic, and lace underwear may be attractive, but they are not beneficial for your private part health. Cotton is the ideal underwear to wear since your private part needs to breathe. It is breathable and good for you. Keep the glitzy undergarments for special occasions only. 

2. Don’t stay too long in gym clothes and bikinis: It's important to change into clean, dry clothes as quickly as possible after working out or wearing a bikini. All the sweat and moisture causes issues.

3. Tightness should be avoided: Tight narrow pants or garments with a tight bottom do not allow it to breathe. Wearing looser bottoms also prevents ingrown of the hair.

4. To Avoid Bad Smells, Eat Right: Your eating habits have an impact on your entire body. You will smell like crap if you consume junk. Consume a balanced diet and try a sugar free probiotic yogurt. Water, fruits, raw sugar free cranberry juice, lemon water, and apple cider vinegar are all excellent health boosters.

5. Don't douche: Your private part knows how to care for itself. It self cleans and produces a natural discharge that aids in the removal of germs and bacteria from your body. Douching or using harsh detergents or soaps might affect your natural pH balance, irritate you, and wash out beneficial microorganisms. 

6. Make use of clean towels: After each use, wash and replace the towel and washcloth. Reusing towels isn't a good idea because bacteria might stick to them. As a result, you're in danger of contracting an infection.

7. Stay clean: It sounds simple, but it's important to wipe from front to back until the toilet paper shows no residue. This will help to keep bacteria out of you. During your period, change your sanitary pads and tampons regularly. If you're wearing panty liners, make sure you replace them regularly. However, if you wear them all the time, you may have some irritation.

8. If you still notice a strong bad smell or bad discharge, it’s time to go to the doctor. 

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