A guide through the VAGINAL, the guardian of our reproductive parts

The vagina is the guardian of our reproductive parts.

Its balance of acidity keeps away harmful bacteria.

On the other hand, because of the humidity, if the acid balance is disturbed, it can be a suitable environment for bacteria to multiply.

anatomy of the vagina

It is shaped like a long, hose sock, with an average length of 7.5 to 10.5 cm. It can expand up to six centimeters in length and up to 12.7 cm in width during sexual intercourse or childbirth. Its biggest enemies are leaching and too much sugar in the body because they can destroy friendly bacteria and cause the development of fungi.

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1. Cervix

The passage between the vagina and the uterus. Smooth, elastic organ, which softens how estrogen is secreted. After sexual intercourse, the throat, literally, has the role of supporting pregnancy, so if you do not want that to happen, it is crucial to keep it firmly under control.

Consuming turmeric spices, as well as raspberries and walnuts, can slow down and prevent the occurrence of cervical cancer.

Smoking, on the other hand, is deadly for cervical health.

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2. Material

A handbag, the size of a fist, lined with muscles, makes a comfortable home for your Little-Self during pregnancy.

It is also the place where menstrual cramps come from. Being overweight and having a digestive problem, such as constipation, can put pressure on the uterus, which is not at all pleasant.

Therefore, stick to a normal body weight and eat enough foods rich in fiber.

Food flavonoids, such as broccoli, cabbage and peppers, can help prevent uterine cancer.

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3. Ovaries

The boys have testicles, and we have these almond twins. At birth, our ovaries store about a million eggs, more than half of which are reabsorbed before puberty.

Our ovaries continue to work with what is left, releasing up to 400 eggs throughout their lives.

Keep them stirred with foods rich in beta carotene, such as carrots, grapefruit and green tea.

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4. The fallopian tubes

Coated with eyelash-like growths, these 8- to 12-centimeter-long highways connect the ovaries and uterus.

Usually, this is the place where sperm and eggs most often collide. After fertilization, the embryo needs about six days to travel to the uterus. That is, if our fallopian tubes are well lubricated.

Certain infections, such as chlamydia and gonorrhea, can lead to tubal obstruction or infertility.

Research shows that acupuncture can significantly help unblock traffic jams.

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The picture does not show:

  • Vulva
  • The outer part of the female genitalia (opening, entrance or vulva, as it is also called), including the clitoris and lips (otherwise known as genital “lips”).
  • Urethra
  • Urinary tract, also located in the vulva. Exit way for urine, urine from our body.

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