It is of great importance that you take care of your woman-hood as a female because its beautiful, yet complicated and delicate, otherwise you could be putting yourself at risk of a number of uncomfortable and itchy infections like UTIs and thrush.
Sometimes, you do things to your lady part thinking that for some reasons it would have some health benefits in some way but it ends up putting you at risk and I'm sure they wouldn't thank you for it
. Here are three things you should never do to your woman-hood because they deserve better. 1. Never Pee Before s*x
In a statement made by a New York urologist David Kaufman, he said "having a wee before s*x actually increases your chances of UTIs", calling it the "number one cause of post-coital urinary tract infections." This is because it leads to weaker stream after s*x, or the lack to even go at all.
Bacteria has tiny pilli that acts as Velcro hooks, which allows them to attach themselves to the urethral lining. Having a solid stream afterward is important as the bacteria can be hard to dislodge. Holding your pee for after s*x creates that solid stream, strong enough to clear any bacteria. 2. Don't Sleep In Your Underwear
Your woman-hood needs lots of air, allow it breathe it's what it needs. Dr Alyssa Dweck a gynecologist revealed that "constantly keeping your woman-hood covered-especially with a fabric that is not wicking or absorbent can create a prefect breeding ground for bacteria or yeast."
Wearing pants to sleep might also exacerbate infections from ingrown hairs. 3. Dry It After You Shower
For the same reason why you shouldn't sleep with your pants on , you should dry your woman-hood with a towel when you done bathing.
Just take a pause and pat your woman-hood with a dry towel. Trust me it will thank you for it latter.
Jason James, the medical director of Miami's FemCare, explains that if you don't, you are locking in all moisture from your shower thus creating the perfect breeding ground for bacteria and infections. For one thing, yeast tends to thrive in moist environment. Warmth, moisture, and friction can all lead to irritation and a potential change in pH that increases favorability for yeast to overgrow and become a clinical infection.