Keeping your privates fresh is healthy

Are you having issues with keeping your privates fresh? It could really be frustrating and embarrassing when you don’t feel fresh down there.
The following tips will help every woman feel fresh down there.

Switch to cotton underwear
While silk underwear make you look really sexy, they aren’t really good for your privates because they are not breathable thereby increasing the risk of moisture being trapped which can cause a yeast infection. Switch to cotton underwear.

Pee after sex
If you don’t normally pee after sex, you aren’t really helping your privates. Peeing after sex helps keep your privates fresh by helping you avoid urinary tract infection.

Eat fruits
Various reports claim eating lots of fruits especially pineapple and strawberries helps keep a woman’s privates fresh and makes it smell good too. Whether the reports are actually true or not, eating fruits will help you stay healthy and staying healthy is also good news for your privates.

Don’t stay in wet clothes for too long
Avoid staying in wet clothes for too long especially after working out. Wearing your workout clothes for too long after working put increases your chances of getting a yeast infection.

Don’t douch
Stay away from douching because it causes more harm than good to your privates. Douching upsets the pH balance of your privates causing irritation, inflammation and infection.

Handle with care while cycling

An unexpected place you might be putting your vaginal health at risk is the cycling studio. If you’re a frequent rider, you could be at risk for genital numbness, pain, and tingling while cycling.

Always go to your annual exam

Although new guidelines advise against annual pelvic exams if you’re symptom-free and not pregnant, a visit to your doctor isn’t just about poking around your lady parts.

Using this time to chat about using condoms, fertility, and any random sex questions you might have is just as important as checking for STDs. So before you switch up your doctor visits, have a conversation about it with him or her first.