When internal intimate toileting is recommended for women. Simple and practical tips


When internal intimate toileting is recommended for women. Simple and practical tips.

Both ladies and young ladies need to learn the rules of hygiene and not forget to take into account some important tips. Intimate hygiene in women requires more and more rigorous attention, but at the same time delicate, than in the case of men.

A golden rule that every woman should learn from childhood is that the toilet will be wiped from the front to the anus to prevent infections. Intimate hygiene in women has two components: the toilet of the external genitalia and the internal intimate toilet in the vagina.

It is important to note that the use of a “soft” soap of very good quality is recommended for the external toilet. Ordinary soap is acidic and is not recommended, because soapy water can get into the vagina which has its own acidity that can change, thus generating local infections.

Despite what one might think, the internal toilet is recommended less often than the external one. The reason? In order not to change the body’s own defenses. The internal toilet should be performed about 1-2 times a week.

When internal intimate toileting is recommended for women

Repeated vaginal washings and showers are contraindicated because they remove normal secretions from the vagina that have a protective role against infections. Thus, intimate toilet for women is recommended, according to specialists, in the following cases:

  • after local treatment with eggs, to wash away the remains of the egg
  • after a period if all the clots have not been removed
  • about 8 weeks after surgery on col
  • after sexual intercourse

An internal irrigator can be used for the internal toilet and special solutions can be used that can be found in pharmacies. There is another way, in which you do not have an irrigator at hand. You can make the toilet intimate with your hand protected by a sterile glove, according to the specified source.

A healthy vagina should not be disinfected or washed with plenty of hygiene products and even less fragrant. Some vaginal infections can be caused by soaps or shower gels that alter the natural pH inside the vagina and unbalance the level of healthy bacteria.

It is important to note that intimate hygiene gels are not harmful if they respect the natural pH of the vagina. In connection with deodorants and perfumes for the intimate area, it is best to be reserved. Proper health and hygiene solve the problem of unpleasant odors.


Source: Doctorul Zilei by www.doctorulzilei.ro.

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