Monday, January 13, 2014

Just how to Get Rid of Genital Odor - Part 1 of 8 [POOR HYGIENE]



Before we check out the factors causing vaginal odor, you ladies need to know one important thing. Every woman's vagina is different and type of smells different too, in a wholesome way. But the issue starts when/if your vagina smells like it has got a dead fish rotting inside. Yeah..not a nice thing to cope with at all and it can fully consume a woman's self-esteem. This also doesn't mean that you should fall prey for the “smell like strawberry/cake/ice cream” vagina talks and advertisements whatsoever. It shouldn't smell of neither fish nor strawberries, it should be normal and have no smell at all really. 
 


Sometimes, learning the factors behind vaginal odor alone is all you need to know to remove it. Read these factors carefully and ask yourself where you might have gone wrong? If you have not gone wrong anywhere and figured out there are no faults from your own side, then this odor could be a sign of mild-severe infections which should be consulted together with your doctor/Gynecologist for appropriate medical treatments. There are several natural remedies for things like mild yeast/bacterial infection which I'll speak about afterwards but the key focus of the post, like I mentioned earlier is going to be on the factors behind vaginal odor.
The very first factor we are going to look at with this post is your individual hygiene and how it can prevent or contribute to the bad odor of the vagina.
Poor Hygiene and Vaginal Odor
Ask yourselves these two questions. Do I wash my vaginal area after urinating? Do I wash my anal area every time I get rid of faeces [bowel excretions or you can call It number 2] from the body? If your answer to both of these or even one of these questions is a NO, Pat yourself on the back and say “Well done” because you’ve just discovered one of the most obvious and first factors that cause bad odor of the vagina. Do wash the outside of the Vagina but, don’t wash the inside of it because all that will do is kill the good bacteria and trigger the bad guys to grow and multiply. Douching would be the right word to describe the internal cleaning process of the vagina and that’s the one you should avoid. You will find more information on douching later on this page.
Young woman taking bath


Here is the golden rule for washing Vagina with soap:
You must always make sure that the soap NEVER gets into your vaginal hole. How is that possible? You ask! It’s easy and it’s what you should do. Just wash the vaginal area with plain warm or cold water and then apply a tiny bit of mild, unscented and sensitive soap or bath lotion on the surrounding parts of the vagina [the upper part mostly] and wash it off with plain water right away. Do this while you’re standing up as this is the best way to prevent the soapy liquid from entering into your vaginal hole. Once again, this is to avoid disturbing the happy and natural Ph balanced environment of the vagina. You don’t have to worry much about the soap entering when washing the anal area.
The right way to wipe your vagina and anal area after using the toilet:
Please be aware that you must always keep up with a downward direction when wiping your private parts. This means you should wipe your vagina from the top to all the way down and for your anal area, you should wipe it from where it is to backwards and NEVER towards your vagina. The last thing you want is all the deadly bacteria from faeces entering the vagina and damaging its healthy environment.

Mild and Unscented Dove Soap Bars
This is what I use. . .

Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Beauty Bar, 14 Count
I use this soap to clean my private parts because it is mild, unscented and made especially for sensitive skin. If you prefer to use soap to down there to have that extra fresh feeling, that is perfectly fine but make sure that the soap never gets into the vaginal hole. Please go back to the above information on poor hygiene to refresh your memory on why you should be careful when using soap to wash your vaginal area.
Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps Pure-Castile Soap, All-One Unscented Baby-Mild, 5-Ounce Bars (Pack of 6)

Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps Pure-Castile Soap, All-One Unscented Baby-Mild, 5-Ounce Bars (Pack of 6)
I use this soap to clean my private parts because it is mild, unscented and made especially for sensitive skin. If you prefer to use soap to down there to have that extra fresh feeling, that is perfectly fine but make sure that the soap never gets into the vaginal hole. Please go back to the above information on poor hygiene to refresh your memory on why you should be careful when using soap to wash your vaginal area.

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7 comments:

  1. Great info..Thanks

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  2. I hope my girl friend is reading this.. How can I let her read it ?

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    1. Open a new mail, copy the content and spam her life with it.

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    2. loooolll... dats just so funny!

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  3. This yansh is f*ckin sexy. Re you sure not spelling like the fish ?

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    1. Fool spelling ?? Smelling**

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  4. How can I let it not smell like dead roten fish anymore? Pls I need reply

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