Do not be shy or embarrassed to talk about your vaginal health – it is as much a part of us as any other organ in our body.
However, very few woman are familiar with the inner workings of their vagina. This is especially true in our Asian society where intimate and sexual issues are considered taboo subjects.
They have the tendency to ignore, neglect and avoid discussing this very part that makes them woman.
The first step towards good vaginal health is knowing what is normal for your vagina and what is not. This site will help you to get to know your vagina so that you will be sensitive to any changes that occur.
I will also help you to recognize the signs and symptoms of all your vaginal problems and how to prevent and treat them holistically through herbal or homeopathic remedies.
I have been a consultant and distributor of herbal feminine health and bigger breast products since 2002.
Giving the best advice and recommending the correct products to solve my clients problems is of utmost importance to me.
Therefore, it is crucial for me to research, read up and attend seminars on women's sexual health in my line of work.
am sharing here are the knowledge accumulated from these researches and
seminars. As this is an ongoing process, this site will be updated on a
regular basis. Do drop by often.
We go for facials, manicures and pedicures, but hardly spare a thought for our vaginas until something goes wrong. If we pay so much attention to our face, hands and feet, why shouldn’t we do the same for the vagina?
Hence, we should change this attitude and be more proactive concerning the health of our "lady part".
Considering that the vagina is a part of the body that we pay so little attention to, there are surprisingly a lot of factors that can affect the state of the vagina and increase the risk of problems.
top of the list of common vaginal health problems are sexually
transmitted diseases (STDs)which include chlamydia, genital warts,
syphilis and genital herpes.
Vaginal infections affect the normal balance of bacteria in the vagina leading to inflammation, abnormal and smelly vaginal discharge and itching.
These symptoms could be related to bacterial vaginosis, vaginal yeast infections and trichomoniasis.
The vagina plays a central role in a woman’s sexual pleasure. Unfortunately, childbirth, menopause and aging cause the vagina muscles to become weaker and less “elastic” leading to loss of sensation during sex.
Drop in vaginal estrogen levels during these milestones in our lives can also cause the lining of the vaginal wall to become thinner and less lubricated making sex painful.
When something is not right with the vagina, it can affect your overall health and well-being.
Without a doubt, vaginal problems will primarily affect your fertility, desire for sex and ability to reach orgasm.
If these vaginal health issues persist without being treated, they can also have a negative impact in other areas of your life, such as your relationship with your spouse and self-confidence.
Ladies, let me stress this again. Do not be shy to talk to your doctor about your vaginal health. Just because it is out of sight doesn’t mean it should be out of mind too!Back to top