Saturday, 9 November 2013

How To Get Rid Of Unpleasant Vaginal Odour!

Understanding what your particular feminine odour means and how to treat this sometimes-embarrassing problem. To eliminate vaginal odour, try the following: 

Eating plenty of plain yogurt is found to be effective. Make sure that this is organic, unflavoured yogurt, especially the non-sugary type. Yogurt is rich in lactobacillus, which helps to restore the normal vaginal pH level, helping to prevent the condition from recurring.
Apple cider vinegar helps restore the acidic quality of the vaginal flora and fights off the toxins that cause infection.
Simply indulge in a long bath with two to three cups of this natural antibacterial agent in your bathing water to achieve quick results.
Garlic is one of nature’s most powerful antibiotics. Inserting a clove of garlic into your vagina and retaining it for a couple of hours can alleviate the bad vaginal odour to a large extent.
Pour half cup of vinegar and half cup of salt into a bathtub and soak several times a week.  This will help to balance the vaginal pH.

Avoid douching. Instead, wash with warm water. You may find a hand held shower attachment can help you to feel cleaner. Be sure to wash the labia and inner folds of the vagina as well.
Wear cotton panties and loose fitting clothes. Tight jeans and fabrics that don’t allow your vagina to breathe can result in vaginal sweating, causing bacteria build-up, an eventually will cause an odour.
Always wipe front to back after bowel movements to avoid spread of rectal bacteria.
Changing pads, tampons, and pantie-liners frequently.
Changing underwear daily.
Avoid using scented product, harsh laundry detergents, or feminine products designed to ‘freshen’ the vagina.
Take a pro-biotic supplement to ensure you maintain a healthy level of ‘good’ bacteria in your body.
Remember that vaginal odour to a certain degree is absolutely normal! Paying attention to your body and being aware of any sudden changes, and seeking medical attention accordingly, are your best defence against recurring feminine odour. Still, any sudden change in your feminine odor is a sign your body is trying to tell you something is wrong, and it should be heeded.

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