It is out of love and concern that I write you this letter. There is a new trend on social media. Not sure who started it but it is becoming something that should be addressed. The amount of nasty things women insert into their vagina is alarming. All based on myths, misconceptions, cultural beliefs.
I say this every time that it is not everything that you find on social media or everything trending that is right for you. I hope someone listens. Based on research carried out, there is no such thing as a ‘loose’ vagina. Your vagina may change over time due to age and childbirth, but it won’t lose its stretch permanently.
The myth of a “loose” vagina has historically been used as a way to shame women for their sex lives. After all, a “loose” vagina isn’t used to describe a woman who has a lot of sex with her partner. It’s primarily used to describe a woman who has had sex with more than one man.
But the truth is that it doesn’t matter who you have sex with or how often. Penetration won’t cause your vagina to stretch out permanently. Here are the top tips on caring for your vagina.
Tip 1. WEAR COTTON UNDIES: When it comes to your underwear selection, your vagina has a preference: cotton. That’s why most undies come with a strip of cotton in the crotch. It’s all about that breath-ability—cotton lets air in and absorbs moisture according to research.
Tip 2. CLEANING: That whole “your vagina is a self-cleaning oven” spiel isn’t just a funny phrase—your vagina actually does clean itself. Study shows that the vagina already has healthy bacteria that maintain its harmony. Introducing new chemicals to that can disrupt that harmony. In 2013, a study published by the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that that using intra-vaginal hygiene products can put you at increased risk of infections, pelvic inflammatory disease, and STDs. Just don’t do it.
Tip 3. WIPING TECHNIQUE; GO FROM FRONT TO BACK: Going from backdoor to front exposes your vagina to a host of bacteria and can also up your risk of infections.
Tip 4. DO KEGEL EXERCISES: Kegel exercises aren’t just another pointless thing your mom reminds you to do. Doing Kegels helps strengthen your pelvic floor muscles which then helps reduce strain on your pelvic organs, and improves bladder and bowel function. Three sets of 10 Kegels each day, holding each Kegel for five seconds. That’s just three minutes of Kegel work—totally doable-this is what is recommended.
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