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Menstruation is an important factor when talking about personal hygiene, pya that although the blood flowing to the outside is clean, it is necessary to change several times a day in the towel or tampon, which must be backed up in the bathroom cleaning Wash morning and night.
To provide comfort to women at this stage, the pharmaceutical industry has developed a variety of products in various presentations, which results when proper hygiene is very satisfactory.
Products for proper hygiene
During menstruation, it is advisable to use sanitary towels to wash intimate body parts. They are absorbent pads that attach to your underwear with adhesive and can be found as:
. Everyday Savers: they are small, very thin and are used for days of low flow or between menstrual periods to absorb non-menstrual vaginal discharge.
. Normal: are thicker and larger than before.
. Super thin, highly absorbent and comfortable.
. Mesh: housing acts as a barrier that prevents the return fluid back to the surface.
. With wings wrapped panties bridge helping to keep the towel in place.
. Channels: direct moisture along the pad.
. Gel: trap fluids and gelatinized.
. For use with thong.
Another of the products used during menstruation are the buffers, cylinders made from compressed cotton fibers Read the rest of this entry »
How should perform intimate grooming?
* To maintain the external genital area is clean enough to wash with water alone or with a mild soap twice daily, morning and evening. Cleaning should include the vulva, as well as the folds of the labia, the clitoris also.
* Try not to overdo the cleaning, the excess of this can be counterproductive because it destroys the normal flora increase the risk of infection.
* Dry the genital area and the folds between the legs so that there is no irritation or moisture left.
* Washing the external genitalia should also be performed before and after sex. We also must keep hands and nails clean and neat cut to avoid problems of transmission during sex play.
* The vagina (inner conduit of the genitals) is cleaned by itself, its walls produce a fluid that carries the dead cells and other microorganisms outside. Therefore, irrigation is not recommended, vaginal deodorants, talcum powder, spray or intimate, as they can irritate the vagina and cause infections.
* During the period, in addition to the aforementioned hygiene measures must be changed three or four times daily sanitary napkin or tampon.
Factors facilitating the development of infections
* The use of tight underwear, replace it with loose garments.
* The use of synthetic materials such as nylon underwear, because they hold moisture and heat in the genital area, preferably cotton use.
* Sex, by producing chemical changes, as the semen is alkaline and causes a change in the pH of the vagina, make sure the toilet before and after relationships.
The external genitalia of women by their location in the body, as well as its features and functions are continually exposed to a series of aggressive factors make them susceptible to alteration. As it is considered one of the most delicate and requires greater care in the female anatomy.
Why you should have a proper hygiene of the genital area?
Because the genitalia are conducive environment to develop various diseases the bacteria that normally live in the genital area, vaginal secretions, sweat, menses and urine and fecal waste and bacteria transmitted during sexual intercourse together with the lack of ventilation, favor the development of microorganisms. Therefore, it is vitally important to perform a specific health care and will not affect the physiological characteristics of this intimate area of women.
Care to avoid contamination of the genital area
If urine, wipe with toilet paper wetted zone only, without rubbing, to avoid irritation.
In the stool, avoid contamination with feces genitals. Wipe from front to back, ie from the genitals to the anus, never the reverse.
If you use a public restroom or of dubious cleanliness, cover the top with toilet paper before sitting down.