Great Practices for Great Vaginal Health
No one wants to experience any vaginal discomfort, no matter what the age. It is also the responsibility of all women to be concerned about their vaginal health. What does it mean to have a healthy vagina, you ask? A healthy vagina is naturally acidic and it contains rich quantities of good bacteria that help fend of infections and maintain a normal pH level. Here are some tips in order ... READ MORE
Going Through Infertility: How Journaling Helps
The thought alone of becoming pregnant can bring about different feelings. What more if you have to go through infertility? This can definitely bring about BIG and hard feelings. This is where journaling comes into the picture. You might be wondering, what are its benefits?
- It lets you release pent-up emotions.
- It allows you to organize your thou ... READ MORE
Everything You Need to Know About Vaginal pH
First things first: what is vaginal pH actually? Remember how in chemistry, the pH of something determines how basic or acidic it is? The same concept applies to the pH of the vagina. It is directly related to how healthy your vagina is. A healthy vaginal pH ranges from 3.5 to 4.5. If you are healthy, it should regulate itself and is kept in this acidic range. When your pH is unhe ... READ MORE
All You Need to Know About PCOS
You might have heard other people talking about this certain condition, or you might even know someone personally who had suffered with it – Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). This article aims to explain what this condition is about and cover the basic questions for those who have no idea what it is. What It Is Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a problem i ... READ MORE
Does Your Vagina Smell Normal?
Vaginas smell – and that’s a fact. Healthy vaginas, in fact, can have different scents all throughout the month, with stronger and more subtle variations of unique smell manifesting during the different parts of one’s menstrual cycle. So, despite what others might say, YES, vaginas are supposed to have a smell. Some women naturally emit strong vaginal odours while others don’t. Swea ... READ MORE