Vaginal odor poisons the health of millions of women… Many experience or have experienced this kind of problem, including me!
But you should know that it’s not necessarily due to bad hygiene.
In fact, many factors can disturb the balance of the vaginal flora.
Heavy discharge, sexual relations, menstrual cycle… …all this can cause infections that must absolutely be treated. Otherwise, beware of strong and unusual intimate odors!
Are you wondering how to fight against vaginal odor? Fortunately, my gynecologist gave me his best natural remedies to finally get rid of this annoying problem.
So check out 12 effective grandma’s tricks to eliminate vaginal odor.
#12 Clean yourself the right way
You may not know it, but there is a way to wipe yourself when you are done peeing. Always do it from front to back.
Why? Because this way, the bacteria in the anus does not reach the vulva.
By limiting the flow of bacteria, you can prevent vaginal infections at the same time.
#11 Wipe off the drops of pee
Urine smells very strong, especially when it stagnates. So be careful not to let what we call urine leakage “macerate”.
I’m not talking about heavy incontinence, but about urine leakage after sneezing or laughing for example.
This type of leakage is quite common in pregnant women. If you are subject to this and it happens to you a little too frequently, consult your doctor.
He knows the solutions to solve the problem, without having to wear diapers!
#10 Change tampons frequently
A good habit to get into.
If you use tampons during your period, change them several times a day (every 6 hours).
Keeping a tampon in for a whole day or more increases the risk of unpleasant odors. Here again, vaginal infections can appear and even become dangerous.
I’m talking about toxic shock syndrome, which is potentially fatal! So be careful not to forget your tampon in the vagina.
It happens more often than you think, especially when the flow of your period becomes weak.
The situation could be resolved in one of two ways. First of all, consult your gynecologist so that they can prescribe you some ovules that disinfect the vagina.