Friday, September 19, 2008

Vagina Health Tips for a Sweet Smell & Optimum Health

Author: Sacha Tarkovsky

All women need to be aware of their vagina's health. Keeping it healthy means you will avoid infections and also have a pleasant odor and the tips enclosed will ensure that you have optimum vagina health

A healthy vagina is home to a huge variety of minute organisms. Normally, they live harmoniously in an acidic environment that prevents the overproduction of any one species in the vagina and helps combat foreign bodies that can infect it.

Vaginal infections are common and occur when the delicate balance is disrupted can cause discomfort in the area and unpleasant smells.

Firstly, the health of a women's Vagina and the smell are influenced by overall lifestyle, diet and weight.

If you follow the tips below you can ensure a healthy vagina so here they are:

1. Your Overall Diet

Eat a healthy diet. Cigarettes alcohol and drugs should be eliminated if you can or cut down, as should heavily spiced foods and junk food.

Try and eat as naturally as possible (food free of additives) and make sure you drink lots of water. What you put into your body comes out in its secretions and the vagina is the same. Ever noticed how your sweat smells differently after eating spiced food, then you will realize why this is so important.

2. Cleaning

Odor-producing bacteria can thrive on the vulva and need to be cleaned off regularly to prevent vaginal inflections and prevent odors.

Washing the genital area daily with a simple, fragrance-free soap is normally enough to keep the vagina area clean and fresh.

Your vagina self-cleans itself so douching is not required.

Furthermore, douching upsets the delicate balance between good and bad bacteria in the vaginal ecosystem and can actually be harmful.

Because infections such as yeasts are found in the intestine, it is important after going to the toilet to wipe front to back i.e. you need to wipe the vagina area first and the rectum last!

During sex it is also very important to avoid contamination of the vagina area with organisms and bodies from the bowel, or rectum area.

3. Clothes to wear

To prevent vaginal infections and keep your vagina healthy make sure your clothing allows the area to breath. To do this avoids tight garments and fabrics containing a high percentage of synthetic fibers such as nylon.

Remember, that tampons and diaphragms left for too long in the vagina can create a very strong unpleasant odor as well.

4. Safe sex

Finally, if you don't know your partner very well, always Use a condom and a spermicidal to reduce the chances of infection and disease.

If you are unlucky enough to get an infection, the symptoms are outlined below of three of the most common ones.

The good news is that to reclaim a healthy vagina is easy, if you are alerted to the problem and take action.

1. Bacterial vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) accounts for more than 50% of all vagina related health visits.

About half of all women with BV vaginal infections have no obvious symptoms.

The most common symptom is a thin, white to light grey discharge with an offensive fishy like smell that is extremely unpleasant.

The odor is strongest when the discharge is exposed to any alkaline substance and this includes soap and semen, it will therefore be at its strongest and most obvious after cleaning or sex.

BV is easy to treat and is normally treated by a course of antibiotics prescribed by a doctor.

2. Yeast

Although yeast infections are probably the most common type of vaginal infection, many women never bother to seek help.

Most simply recover naturally and others treat themselves with anti-fungal vaginal creams available without prescription from the chemist.

Symptoms of yeast infections include:

Vulvar itching combined with irritation in the vagina area and redness.

If the urinary opening becomes inflamed, urination will increase and discomfort will be present. If the infection is severe, the vulva will swell and fine breaks, called fissures occur. This causes vaginal discharges to become thicker and whiter.

Yeast infections are the result of excessive growth of a family of fungi that normally live in any healthy vagina, but when they increase the balance of the vagina is upset and problems occur.

The most common infection is vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC), which is usually caused by a fungus named Candida albicans.

There are two types of VVC:

Uncomplicated, a mild infection that responds to therapy. Or recurrent which, is more severe and often occurs in women who have diabetes or are infected with less treatable forms of yeast, such as Candida glabratia.

Recurrent VVC, normaly occurs more than four times a year and needs a long initial treatment of around two weeks and then a follow-up therapy course for up to 6 months or longer.

Certain factors are common causes such as nylon and Lycra clothing that traps heat and moisture, so be aware of our clothing tips for a healthy vagina we noted earlier.

Other common causes include:

Obesity, pregnancy, diabetes and suppression of the immune system during illnesses, the use of oral contraceptives, and eating excessive amounts of sugars, starch, and yeasts.

If you do have a yeast vaginal infection, your doctor will ordinarily treat you with either prescription or nonprescription antifungal creams and suppositories referred to earlier.

If you have a problem get professional help and you will soon have a healthy vagina. Do not ignore symptoms or think they will go away get help quickly.

3. Trichomoniasis

Trichomoniasis, or "trich," is a sexually transmitted vaginal infection suffered by a huge amount of women worldwide and this runs into tens of millions. While infection with trichomoniasis can be uncomfortable, it is not in anyway a serious threat to overall health.

The symptoms are normally vulvar and vaginal burning and itching. The burning is normally at its height after intercourse.

In addition, there may be vulvar swelling and frequent and uncomfortable urination. There is a heavy vaginal discharge, usually yellowish or green, which may or may not have an offensive smell.

The trichomonad is a minute parasite. It has three tails at its narrow end and swims with them and the white blood cells of the body follow.

These blood cells literally chase down the trichomonad and kill it by eating it.

Symptoms occur only when the body's natural defense are swamped by with sheer number of reproducing trichomonads and the white blood cells cannot cope.

Trichomoniasis is usually easily diagnosed and antibiotic treatment cures it in the majority of cases.

Follow the tips above for a healthy vagina and if you do have a problem don't worry or be embarrassed simply seek help quickly and clear up the problem, in the vast majority of cases treatment is quick, easy and painless


Thursday, September 18, 2008

How Having a Healthy Vagina Can Put a Smile on your Face

Author: Kacy Carr

How is it that every time after bathing and before sanctioning a daily ritual on my vagina with scented smellies I still detect an odour, this is a questioned asked by many females? Although the vagina is an odourless organ, smells can still occur through natural happenings of the human body like sweating of which produces odour, however, if sweating is not the cause there maybe a simple explanation to why a vaginal odour remains. Normally vaginal odours are determined by the actual smell itself. In answer to the question why the vagina still smells after a bath/shower can be caused through infection. The lingering fishy odour is usually caused by bacterial vaginosis

The vagina has its own self regulating cleaning system so therefore making it a body part cleaner than the mouth or the orifice down below (rectum) Just because the vagina smells does not dictate that a person is dirty, the vagina contains many bacteria types e.g. good and bad. Lactobacilli the good bacteria has its healthy purposes where it helps prevent all bad bacteria interfering with the female reproductive system.

A healthy vagina normally has a slightly sweet pungent odour, however, if of a stronger pungency (fishy odour) then this is usually a sign that there has been a disturbance in bacteria’s where the bad bacteria has finally upset the balance therefore resulting in the lactobacilli not able to carry out prevention. Eliminating causes which can upset the balance will certainly help stem vaginal odours occurring later. There are several factors which can disturb the balance in the vagina and lead to the vaginal condition called bacterial vaginosis.

Poor hygiene – is most definitely one reason why offensive smells develop. It is not necessary to scrub the private parts as you would like cleaning a floor, the genital area is delicate and sensitive so be careful even when using perfumed soaps/sprays. Cleansing with water is fine because scented products can cause thrush.

Illness – some conditions are somewhat unavoidable, a pelvic Infection can lead to vaginosis. Bacteria is known to flourish if Candida is diagnosed because of the amount of alkaline present of which is more known to develop through a poor diet, oral contraceptives and stress

By preventing conditions which affect the vagina can save you money i.e. unnecessary products. Douching is neither a necessary process nor is it recommended because it forces water or other solutions into the vaginal orifice to wash away discharge or menstrual blood. Seek medical advice if you tend on douching. All you need to do to maintain a healthy vagina is wash the vulva daily with warm water. Avoid using scented soaps. It is not uncommon for some women to douche after engaging in sexual activity in an attempt to prevent pregnancy or catching a sexually transmitted disease, douching is not a prevention method for birth control nor will it reduce risk of catching infections. The best method to avoid catching an STD is to use a condom if you enjoy coupling with different partners

How can a healthy vagina put a smile on your face, well the next time you are out socialising and you get a fishy whiff you know the finger of suspicion is not pointed in your direction.


Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Vaginal Itching & Infections – Does Your Vagina Itch and Sting When You Pee

Author: Kacy Carr

Whether the vagina is only a "titchy itchy" it can still mean something is wrong. Nonetheless the itch does not have to be something of a serious nature either. A vaginal itch can be caused by simple things like being allergic to the material of your underwear or that your jeans maybe too tight. Should the itch be one that has you aggressively clawing away at the skin near to tearing the flesh, and you know the cause is not that of cloth or tightness then you will have to have yourself checked over by your doctor? Vaginal itching is not uncommon nor are the reasons for the itch occurring and that being more times than not an infection.

Most common vaginal infection that includes itching and burning is thrush. It also causes the vagina/vulva to swell along with soreness.

Thrush is referred to as a yeast infection or candidiasis which is an overgrowth of yeast that brings a variety of nasty symptoms. Although the infection can be treated, it is known to come back, if this be the case in your case then seek medical help as it could be something more serious. We all have yeast in our bodies and if grows out of control, then thrush is usually the result.

All genders young and old carry yeast in and on their bodies without any problems. Yeast is notably known living in the intestines, vagina, mouth and skin. This may not sound healthy but the body has 'friendly' bacteria which help keep yeast levels low.

Soreness, swelling and redness are primary symptoms if delicate tissue of the vagina is infected. Thrush not only causes a stinging sensation when peeing but is painful too. The sting is due to inflamed tissues in the vagina. It is painful to have sex, sexual intercourse should not even be considered until the infection is cleared. Movement i.e. sitting and walking can because you pain. All women have a vaginal discharge and know what the norm is, but if thrush is present it can show up white and thick (not all the time) with a strong smell of yeast and like yoghurt to look at. It can also be watery with a light smell. Yeast thrives in warm, moist locations with low acidity and an ample supply of sugar.

Taking antibiotics can cause the infection.

Antibiotics kill friendly bacteria of which is needed to keep yeast levels low

Antibiotic drugs are prescribed to fight infections, but while doing so can kill 'friendly' bacteria, such as lactobacilli. Without lactobacilli, the balance in the vagina is upset giving cause to Candida.

1.Taking the birth control pill affects hormones which result in a woman's ability to metabolize (process) sugar. Yeast feeds on sugar, and any extra supply in the body, will give reason for yeast to develop more. Because of this, they say taking the pill no longer augments a woman's risk of thrush.

2. Women who suffer from diabetes are more likely to suffer because diabetes increases blood sugar levels, which may, in turn, higher the sugar level in vaginal secretions. Diabetic women normally have high sugar levels in their urine, therefore encouraging thrush by feeding on yeast

Like with most disorders and conditions the best effective way to keep healthy and keep disease at arm's length is to eat healthily. A healthy well balanced diet along with light exercise is seeing off life threatening illnesses every day. Specific foods may have an impact on thrush. Some medics say sugar; dairy produce, coffee, tea and wine contribute to thrush by increasing urinary sugar.

You can relieve the itch using Aloe Vera which will also cool down burning around the vagina.

Treat the burning with cold water or ice cubes wrapped in a tee cloth. If it's good enough for babies its good enough for you. Rub the outer lips of the vagina with nappy rash cream

Introduce to yourself and into to your daily routine the suggested below to help prevent thrush infection

Eat yoghurt with lactobacillus acidophilus, or take lactobacillus acidophilus supplements.

Never douche - the vagina is a self cleaning organ so douching is not necessary. Avoid using chemical based beauty products.

Wear cotton under wear or go commando if you have no cotton briefs. Wear loose clothing round the genital area.

Remove tampons regularly,

After using the loo wipe from front to back. Candida in the bowel can infect the vagina causing infection.

You must not be embarrassed over having this infection; in fact you shouldn't be embarrassed over any vaginal issue. Vaginal infections are very common indeed and so are the doctor appointments for women who wish to suffer no more. So make an appointment and 'rid' any worries, the pain and most importantly of the fear of telling your doctor.


Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Sexually transmitted diseases - The Price of Sexual Freedom

Author: Anne Wolski

In this modern era, sexual freedom is taken for granted and little is thought of promiscuity as it was in past generations. However, the reality is that this sexual freedom also carries with it the very real threat of sexually transmitted disease. Because not all sexually transmitted diseases are curable, it is essential to take steps to avoid them.

A sexually transmitted disease or STD is actually a combination of several different conditions that are all acquired through sexual intercourse. AIDS, a disease caused by the HIV virus, is the most serious of the sexually transmitted diseases and, despite some progress in recent years, is still incurable and is usually fatal.

Some of the other problematic sexually transmitted diseases's include syphilis, gonorrhea, genital herpes, and non specific urethritis. There are also a few other diseases such as pubic lice, genital warts, trichomoniasis, and monilia that are classed as STDs but are of a less serious nature.

The incidence of sexually transmitted diseases has increased over time and today there are more recorded cases than at any time in the past three decades. This is because people, especially young people, feel that the use of contraception allows more sexual freedom and has led to a change in the views of sexual behaviour. It is also a fact that this sexual freedom has led to people becoming sexually active at an increasingly younger age. However, not all contraception can stop the spread of infections caught during sexual intercourse.

One of the most serious sexually transmitted diseases's is syphilis which is highly infectious and, if it remains untreated, can result in death. Even if it is not fatal, the probability of disability is high.

Not only can the syphilis bacteria be contracted during sexual intercourse, but it can also be passed to the unborn child of an infected mother. The baby is then born with a condition known as congenital syphilis. This is quite uncommon in this era as all pregnant women undergo routine blood testing.

The incubation period for syphilis varies. The first symptoms can also vary, thus making early diagnosis difficult. Usually, the first symptom is a painless ulcer around the genital area, the anus, or the mouth. Because this ulcer heals without any medical intervention, the person doesn't normally do anything about it, thinking that it is nothing important.

If this disease is not treated early, it is likely to result in death. It is therefore essential that, if a person believes he or she may have been in contact with an infected person, that medical advice is obtained immediately.

Another serious and very common disease contracted by sexual intercourse is gonorrhea. Often, the female is unaware that she is infected because around eighty percent have no symptoms. Other women suffer from dysuria (pain while urinating) or from lower abdominal pain. This is because it involves the fallopian tubes and can therefore lead to sterility.

The disease is more obvious for the male, resulting in dysuria followed by a discharge from the penis. This occurs within a week of contracting the infection. Gonorrhea in the male is usually confirmed by laboratory testing of the discharge.

A dose of penicillin is the normal treatment for gonorrhea in both male and female sufferers. It is also vital that the person abstain from alcohol and from sexual intercourse for a period of several weeks. Although the treatment relieves the symptoms quickly, it is essential that the person continues to have medical maintenance to ensure that the cure is complete. A responsible person should inform any sexual partners of their infection so that they may be examined and treated if necessary.


The most common sexually transmitted disease is nonspecific urethritis or NSU which continues to increase at an remarkable rate. Many cases of NSU are caused by the Chlamydia germ but not all. NSU is an inflammation of the urethra and has no identifiable cause.

The primary symptom is a discharge from the penis. This may be nothing more than moistness at the tip of the penis but this can vary. The discharge is different to the discharge in gonorrhea and makes it easier to recognize. There is also pain on urinating.

Genital herpes

Genital herpes, another sexually transmitted disease, has reached epidemic proportions in the Western world. This is because the herpes virus cannot be cured and so, once infected, the person carries the germ permanently. Thus, any person infected adds to the population of carriers.

There are two herpes viruses. The first one, HSV 1, is normally found around the mouth and is known as cold sores. The second one, HSV 2 , is an infection passed by sexual contact and is normally found in the genital area and the anus, as well as on the bladder, the buttocks, the thighs and the legs of both male and female sufferers.

After the first attack the virus lies dormant in the body. It will then recur time and time again, usually in the same place, appearing as a painful blister. When any of these blisters are open, the carrier is extremely infectious. Usually, the attacks are linked to emotional or physical lows such as depression, stress, or injury.

Genital herpes causes pain and distress to an adult but is not fatal. However, if the herpes virus is passed to an infant during its journey down the birth canal of an infected mother, it is often fatal. It is important for the mother to inform the medical professionals so that they can monitor her pregnancy and possibly advise her to have the baby by cesarean section.

Genital herpes cannot be cured but there are ways of making the attacks more bearable. By keeping the affected area clean and dry, the carrier can ward off secondary infections. Pain can be kept to a minimum by the application of cold compresses and also by taking salt baths.

Female sufferers need to have a pap smear annually as genital herpes has been linked to cervical cancer.

In women, vaginal discharge may constitute reasons for concern. However, if the discharge is clear, it is unlikely to be the result of disease. If the discharge is offensive and discolored and causes irritation to the vagina and vulva, it would suggest the presence of infection which may need to be investigated. It is essential that this is not allowed to continue and medical advice should be sought as soon as possible, especially if this is accompanied by abdominal pain and fever as it may be an indication of a sexually transmitted disease.


Obviously, the best way to avoid sexually transmitted diseases is by abstinence or monogamy. However, if considering sex with a new partner, it would be wise to use a condom until you are sure about the person. If you are worried, cleaning the genital area thoroughly with soap and water after intercourse will kill many of the bacteria. This is true for both males and females.

It is extremely dangerous to apply antiseptic lotions to the genital area and particularly to pour strong antiseptic into the urethra or vagina as it can cause serious and permanent internal damage.

If you believe there is any possibility that you may have an sexually transmitted diseases, do not hesitate to seek medical attention. Everything that happens is confidential and no information is given to anyone without your permission.

Remember that the staff are there to help you, not to judge you, and the atmosphere is usually very friendly and helpful.


Monday, September 15, 2008

Feminine Hygiene - Vagina Health & Smell

Author: Sacha Tarkovsky

The vagina, similar to our mouth, is normally inhabited by a multitude of microscopic organisms.

The vagina's acidic environment prevents one species overpowering another, and inhibits infection. A healthy vagina actually smells quite sweet and pleasant.

Yet the change that occurs with any vaginal infection changes the smell immediately, and thus one can partially judge a vagina's state of health by its smell.

It should be noted that both the smell of a vagina and its being infected are directly related to a woman's lifestyle, her weight, and diet.

Some basic rules on Feminine Hygiene can both prevent infections and insure a sweet smelling vagina as well.


Because infectious agents such as bacteria and yeasts are found in the intestine, after defecation a woman must wipe herself from front to back vaginal area first, rectum after.

A bidet or immediate wash of the anus is also advised, with a rinse of the vulva with warm water.

Washing also the genital area often with a special ph balanced soap is also essential, and especially after each urination

Vaginal irrigation is not necessary as it usually disturbs the acid environment, and can allow yeast, for example, to flourish.

Women should discourage vaginal and anal intercourse alternation during he same session.

Once a man's penis or any object has entered the anus, it must not be allowed back in the vagina without disinfection.


Tight jeans and clothing look great, but they prevent the normal breathing function of the skin and especially an area like the vulva. This closed in effect will produce an unpleasant smell

For the same reason, woman is recommended not to wear panties during sleep.

Use of synthetic materials in clothing will also react with the bacteria on the skin, and the bacteria's waste product leaves a particularly unpleasant smell, so wear only 100% pure cotton or silk panties a majority of the time.

If you use tampons, change them very often. Left too long in a vagina, the tampon itself will be a major cause of order and even infection.


It has been shown that diet can affect directly the smell of the vagina. Eating less meat and meat products, and more fruit and vegetables have a very good effect on vaginal odor. Also, you must drink at least 2 liters of water daily.

Sexual Conduct

The use of prophylactics (condoms) is highly recommended for all couples except those that are very familiar. Also if you allow a man to insert either his fingers or toys into your vagina, try to insure both are clean.

Vaginal Infections

This subject is covered in other articles dedicated to this subject, but any of the below can (and does) cause unpleasant vagina odor. In each and every incidence, you must see your gynecologist.

Bacterial Vaginosis.

This gives the characteristic fishy smell.

Yeast Infections.

Most women do not see their doctor with yeast infection, and resort to over-the-counter medicines. Symptoms include vulvar itching, redness and irritation. Painful intercourse. We recommend seeing a gynecologist.


This is a sexually transmitted illness with symptoms including vaginal itching, burning, and discharge. See your gynologist.

A bit of care goes a long way. Your vagina was meant to smell sweetly and as it normally cleans itself (both monthly and daily) your caution will be rewarded.


Sunday, September 14, 2008

Reasons Why 100% Effective Vaginal Odour Treatments “don’t” Work

Author: Kacy Carr

Why is it that every piece of information found on vaginal odour treatments or vaginal discharge is nearly always the same? Many women admit to feeling more frustrated over this than that of their actual vaginal concern. Reasons given for this happening is, if inappropriate treatments are used and still no cure then naturally you are drawn like a magnet to once again return for what seems repetitive information? Let us say you have a vaginal odour and would like rid because of embarrassment, then what do you do, you look for medication or a solution to clear the smell. You can prevent further episodes of frustration if the right vaginal odour treatments are used in the first place. Take note all frustrated women, could you be using the wrong treatment, if so then the law of average has it that you will no doubt go back and have to read the same old thing over and over again until you get it right. No treatment no matter how affective will give positive results if treating the wrong condition.

Vaginal odour treatments vary purely because of different causes. These causes can be brought about for many reasons of which need to be determined by your doctor so he/she can get to the root of the problem for why the smell is there. Vaginal odour treatments are only 100% affective if your prescription is to treat the right symptoms. The vagina is an odourless organ of the body, but if your vagina is in the process of releasing an unhealthy smell - then there has to be a perfectly simple explanation for this, and for why there maybe a vaginal itch also. Having an itch around your private parts is not only embarrassing but one that can worsen if infection sets in after the delicate skin surrounding the vagina is torn through fingernails used for relief.

The best course of action to avoid vaginal irritation is to keep the genital area dry giving the region room breathe.

1 Cotton underwear should be worn

2 Change sanitary towels and tampons at regular intervals

3 Refrain from using vaginal sprays, deodorants or other type smellies

4 Remove damp clingy clothing caused through sweating

5 Avoid tight-fitting clothes; not only to help keep vaginal smells at bay but for comfort too

6 Wearing synthetic materials next to the skin can cause irritation

7 Cleanse well after using the loo. Use the front to back motion after bowel movement

8 Hot sweaty conditions should have you wash more

There may be times that you feel the need to go that extra mile by giving the vagina a real good scrub on the inside. Douching is not recommended as it can disturb the vagina's natural acidic balance and increase risk of irritation. A vaginal douche forces water or other fluids into the vaginal cavity to clean away discharge or stubborn period blood. The vulva only needs a daily rinse with warm water. Some fem products may contain scented ingredients which can add to your problem or cause irritation.

Bacterial Vaginosis/vaginitis

Bacterial vaginosis is an inflammation which happens in the vagina and includes several germs that cause bacterial vaginosis yeast infections and trichomoniasis. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common vaginal infection affecting from 10 percent to 64 percent of the female population. If BV is left untreated it can increase risk of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), endometritis, cervicitis, and cause complications to rise throughout pregnancy. Main causes of bacterial vaginosis include an overgrowth of anaerobic bacteria and the Gardnerella organism.

One familiar symptom of bacterial infection is an unpleasant fishy odor. Itching and/or burning sometimes come with bacterial infections, but are not necessarily a symptom of the condition. Bacterial Vaginosis treatment is relatively easy and effective. BV treatment usually consists of three days or up to a week of applying Cleocin 2% vaginal cream. Oral antibiotic treatment is sometimes given on prescription.

Vaginal Thrush

Thrush is an infection caused by yeast called Candida. Tiny numbers of Candida live on the skin and around the vaginal region. The immune system and the harmless bacteria that normally reside on the skin and in the vagina usually stop Candida from flourishing. Trailing behind bacterial vaginosis, thrush is the second most common cause of a vaginal discharge. Discharge is recognized as white and smooth, but can be loose (watery.) Aside from pain (not all patients) thrush is a female complaint of torment where the symptoms of an itch and redness come to the fore. Symptoms are normally petty and clear up them self. There are various treatments for thrush so it is important for your doctor to be the one who recommends any treatments.

Topical treatments are pessaries and creams which are inserted into the vagina with an applicator. Ingredients include anti-yeast medicines such as clotrimazole, econazole, fenticonazole, or miconazole. You can get topical treatments on prescription, or you can buy them at chemists without a doctor's prescription. Topical treatments can be used if you are expecting a baby.

Two types of tablet for treating thrush are available. Fluconazole is taken as a single dose, or itraconazole which is taken as two doses over the course of 24 hours. Side-effects are rare. Unlike topical treatments these are not to be taken if pregnant or breastfeeding. Anti-yeast cream can be rubbed onto the skin around the vagina to help relieve an itch. Tablet treatments and topical creams are equally effective. Women find the tablets more convenient, although more expensive, but hey girls what's a few extra pennies in comparison to having a healthy vagina.



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