What to look for in your vaginal hygiene routine
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If you’re struggling with vaginal infections, it might be time to start thinking about your personal hygiene.
The good news is that there’s a great deal of information out there to help you find a personal hygiene routine that will help you stay healthy.
We’ve put together this handy checklist to help.
The checklist: The key to keeping your vagina clean is to: Clean your hands and wash your hands regularly.
Clean your vaginal canal and your cervix regularly.
Keep your hands clean and dry with soap and water and keep them in the dark.
Use antibacterial soaps or rinsing solution (if you use them) and a wet towel.
Never use soap on the genitals, vagina, anus or mouth, unless you’re really careful about it.
If you are having problems with vaginal lice, wear latex gloves or a mask while you’re having sex.
Make sure your vaginal mucosa is clean and free of lice.
Use a vaginal douche and a disposable sanitary towel.
Use soap and antibacterial wipes if possible.
Wash your hands frequently to avoid contamination.
Use disposable sanitiser to remove vaginal lint, dander, and dust.
Use sanitary gloves if you are using latex gloves.
Wash the area around your vagina and rectum, but avoid the area near the vagina or anus, as it is a source of lint and dust that can cause infections.
Wash hands, including your vagina, with warm, soapy water.
Use water and soap.
Use only sanitary towels and pads.
Wash with soap if necessary.
Avoid: Drinking alcohol.
Smoking or using marijuana.
Excessive use of alcohol or drugs.
Using the bathroom while you are pregnant.
Use condoms during sex.
Eating, drinking, or sharing food that could be contaminated with lice or other germs.
Drinking alcohol in the context of sex or when you have been using an alcohol-based lubricant.
Drinking wine or beer in a public place.
Eating or drinking a large quantity of food or drinking alcohol while having sex, even if you don’t think you might be carrying lice at the time.
Tips for avoiding vaginal lices: Do not use tampons, sanitary pads, or pads.
Avoid using sanitary napkins or disposable sanitizer.
Never drink or use alcohol while you have lice in your vagina.
Avoid sharing food or beverages with someone who has lice while you drink.
Wear disposable sanitarians when you are at a public gathering or at an event, even when they are not used in a toilet.
Use latex gloves when you use sanitary paper.
Wear latex gloves at all times.
Always use a condom when you engage in sex or if you use an alcohol based lubricant, even in a restroom.
Avoid alcohol and other drugs while you use alcohol.
Do not leave food or drinks unattended in public areas.
Avoid standing in a crowded public place for long periods of time, even for a short period of time.
If there is a public restroom, make sure the area is well ventilated.
If the bathroom is not well ventilated, you can use a toilet bowl or bowl of ice to flush your genitals and use the sanitary pad if you do not have a sanitary bag.
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