2. Get rid of the pubes.
Bacteria and sweat linger in the pubic hair, so subject yourself to a regular shaving.
3. Wear cotton underwear.
Cotton undies let your private parts breathe and absorb moisture. Synthetic underwear causes skin diseases such as dermatitis, eczema, and other bacterial infections.
4. Change undies regularly.
Vaginal discharge, sweat, or leaving the intimate part unwashed after peeing can cause bacteria to develop and spread if left to linger for a long period of time. This results in a bad smell and infections.
5. Don’t perfume your vulva. Perfume disturbs the pH balance of your intimate area. This may cause irritation and infection which can permanently damage your private parts. Use mild soap and water to clean your v*gina.
6. Use lubes if needed.
Dry intercourse can cause friction, resulting in scratches which can lead to infection.
7. Visit your gynecologist regularly.
Visit your doctor at least twice a year, especially those who have regular intercourse and are 21 years and older.
8. Eat healthy food.
Eat healthy food such as fruits (apples, grapes and mangoes) because these are rich in natural sugars and can change the taste of v*ginal juices.
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