Common Little Mistakes Women Make
In search for a perfect lifestyles and a healthy well being women or ladies can go so far in their quest for their desires. Women unlike men have a fragile soft and delicates parts, hence we try all we can to keep ourselves save and sound but in the course of obtaining the best for ourselves we make little or more mistakes which pose a great risks and dangers to our health. Here are some of the common mistakes ladies make which I will be discussing.
• Use of Lasers and bleaching product on pubic area
• Everyday use of antibiotics and tube creams on the pubic area
• Prolong use of sanitary pads.
The use of Lasers and bleaching creams on the pubic area (or Vulva).
The use of lasers and bleaching creams to change the colour or complexion of the pubic area or vulva ( the external opening of the vagina) seems to be latest and trending thing in town for most women with dark vulva. Having been fed with the false assumption that a vulva should be like that of a new born fresh plump and pink in the absence of melanin is sexually attractive”. Cultural pressure too, believes , thoughts and ignorance has made some ladies think there’s something wrong with their vulva hence they undergo several procedures which could risk their health just to get that perfect vulva.
However gynecologist, obstetricians and even expert on womens health are seriously warning women against bleaching their vulva. They’ve warn that their act could lead to some effects which include
• Inflammation of the vulva
• Thrush or vaginosis of the vagina
• Destruction of the delicate part of the vagina and vulva
• Destruction of the balance of the good bacteria in the vagina.
If probably you’ve bleached your pubic area and you’re noticing some side effect it’s adviceable you meet your doctor or a gynecologist for some advice or treatment.
Everyday Use Of Antibiotics and tube Creams.
Antibiotics are used to kill off harmful bacterial in the human system or body but these antibiotics if not used under control can destroy useful bacterial in the body ( especially in the pubic are) which can lead to yeast infection. A type of bacterial called Lactobacillus keeps the vagina slightly acidic. The slightly acidic environment keeps the yeast ( which is within the vagina) growing under control. The pubic area ( or vagina ) maintain their own balanced mix of yeast and bacteria. But an everyday use of antibiotics such as penicillin, keflex, ciprofloxacin and tube creams such as funbact A and triple action tube cream can alter the fragile balance of the good bacteria which could lead to vagina yeast infection.
Vagina Yeast Infection are fungal infections of the vigina. This occurs when Candida ( a type of fungus) which occur naturally in the vagina begins to grow out of control. This could to itching and inflammation. Some women in the course of keeping their pubic area neat, safe and healthy they go in to an extreme act of using antibiotics everyday which is not really healthy. An excessive use of antibiotics can lead to the following side effects
• Swollen vulva etc.
If you’ve started noticing any of those effects try and stop using antibiotics then meet your doctor or an obstetrician.
Prolong Use Of Sanitary Pad
Some ladies use sanitary pads than the required time either because of lack of pads or one reason or the other but a prolong use of sanitary pads can cause the growth of staphylococcus aureus bacteria in the pubic area. Another side effect of prolong use of pads are
• Skin rashes around your vulva
• Itching and aching feelings
• Urinary Tract Infection
• Swelling of vulva
• Vigina infection etc
It’s advisable as a young lady or woman you change your pad frequently at the right time. It’s also advisable you use more of cotton made pad instead of those with gells within.
General Advice To Women
• Avoid the use of bleaching products and lasers
• Avoid prolong use of sanitary pads
• Avoid an every day use of antibiotics and tube creams
• Eat more of vegetables and fruits
• If your schedule is stressful reschedule it
• Always be happy with yourself and with those around you.