"Is my vagina healthy and normal?" The short answer: Probably. The long answer: Your vagina is magnificent and complex and many factors influence how it feels. But since most of us don't talk about, never mind see a variety, it can be hard to tell.
There are a lot of rumors out there about your time of the month. While some of these myths may be engrained in your brain, others might be new to you. Either way, here are 4 of the most common period myths and why they're totally bogus.
Until a recent session, I thought I was the only woman experiencing vaginal health issues. Turns out I'm not, and I learned some new things like the importance of probiotics to vaginal health.
As women, we tend to shy away from those conversations often times seeing them as taboo, embarrassing or just down right uncomfortable. However, as women, we need to speak up more about our bodies, especially our reproductive health.
This post is going to be way outside the norm for what is considered fair game for the blog world. No one in the blog universe ever writes about sex. It is silently considered a no-go, which is odd when we live in a world surrounded by sex.
Maintaining optimal vaginal wellness can be as simple as understanding the way the body responds to a change in pH. Taking control of pH means taking control of the natural vaginal environment, and putting an end to unnatural odor and discomfort.
From the onset of your first period to menopause, and beyond, a lot of things change in a woman's body. We are here to walk you through the different stages of women's health so that you may be empowered to take control of your health over time.