Back to Your pregnancy and baby guide. Assisted delivery is less common in women who have had a spontaneous vaginal birth before. This is more likely if your baby's head needs to be turned.
Every once in a while, you may notice that things seem a little different below the belt after you have sex. An itchy vagina after sex? We all want our vaginas and vulvas to stay healthy, right?
As far as we know, people are not going out of their way to sell us probiotics to make our feet taste better, or repackaging wet wipes into being specifically to keep your knees fresh. Women do not benefit from untested products that are not supported by basic science and rely on destructive, patriarchal messaging. Despite advocates for steaming, douching and moisturising among other things the reality is that the female genital area needs no such bells and whistles to remain clean.
All images courtesy of Elvie. I have never liked video games. Even as a child, I would roll my eyes when the other kids pushed and shoved for their turn at Super Mario. Maybe it's because my parents wouldn't let us have game consoles.
After washing your hands, sit on the toilet and carefully take Softdisc out of the wrapper. Pinch in half and slowly slide into the vaginal canal pushing back and down toward the cervix as far as it will comfortably go typically the length of your index finger. Use your finger to tuck the rim behind your pubic bone, so it rests slightly diagonally.
Vaginas are great, but if you have one, chances are you've asked yourself at least once, "Why is my vagina itchy? Vaginal discomfort like itchiness is super common and rarely a cause for major concern, but it's still plenty frustrating. An irritated vulva or vagina is just that: irritating.
You won't believe what sex toys, lotions and creams, and other surprising items are on your vagina's sworn enemy list. Your vagina can bring incredible pleasure- this we know. But it can also feel significant amounts of pain if it's not taken care of correctly.
The female body is a complicated thing—just ask your doctor. This presents doctors-in-training with a daunting challenge: how to master the dreaded gynecological exam. If these researchers succeed, their funny-looking silicone recreation of the lower female torso could help new doctors get better—faster—at conducting the most intimate exam most women regularly face.
HOW many times have you noticed a little itch or bump If the answer is "never", you're either lying to yourself or you're not examining your vagina enough. Because it's not just your boobs you should be checking on the regular - your vulva that's the fleshy outer bit of your vag also needs some attention to make sure nothing odd is going on.