HOW TO MAKE YOUR VAGINA TASTE GOOD AND SMELL GOOD

HOW TO MAKE YOUR VAGINA TASTE GOOD AND SMELL GOOD
Just like how men can make their semen taste better, women can care for their vagina to taste, and even smell good. Maintaining good vaginal hygiene does not only make you appealing to your partner, but can also protect you against infertility problems in the future. Here are seven tips to make your vagina taste, and smell good. 
  1. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER EVERY DAY.

Adequate hydration is essential for healthy body tissues and cells, the vagina is no exception. Have you ever heard of the saying garbage in, cabbage out, and vice versa? It also applies to our bodies. For example, When your skin appears dry, there is a high chance that you are also dehydrated from within. Drinking water is the best way to hydrate yourself. Dehydration can throw off the pH of your vagina, making you prone to infections like yeast and bacteria.

Water also helps to flush out harmful bacteria and keep the vagina area fresh at all times.

SIGNS THAT YOUR VAGINA IS DEHYDRATED

Although anyone can experience a dry vagina, it is most common in older women during menopause. Here are some common signs that you need to drink more water for your vagina. 

  1. No to minimal vaginal lubrication or secretion. 
  2. Burning sensation when urinating.
  3. Flaky vaginal lips
  4. Itching sensation around the vulvar
  5. Pain during sex
  6. Redness or soreness of the vulva.

HOW MUCH OF WATER DO YOU NEED TO DRINK TO KEEP THE VAGINA HYDRATED EVERYDAY?

Ideally, each person needs to drink half of their weight (in Ibs) in ounces and 12 ounces of water every 30 minutes of intense physical activity. For example, a woman who weighs 140 Ibs and has had a 15-minute workout session needs 76 ounces of water that day for optimum hydration.  

2. EAT LOTS OF FRUITS.

What you eat says a lot about the condition of your vagina. Eat natural foods, like fruits and vegetables to keep your vagina tasting and smelling good. Foods like pineapple, oranges, apples, grapes, and lemons are rich in acidic content. They help to maintain the overall pH balance and acidity of the vagina. 

3. CUT DOWN ON ALCOHOL AND SMOKING

Marijuana and too much alcohol make the vagina smell bad and sometimes change how you naturally taste.

4. EAT PLAIN OR GREEK YOGURT

Yogurt contains lactobacillus bacteria which is naturally present in the vagina. Plain yogurt helps restore a healthy yeast balance in the vagina and keeps things fresh down there.  

5. REDUCE CONSUMPTION OF RED MEAT, DAIRY PRODUCTS, AND PROCESSED FOODS.

These foods are highly alkaline and can throw off the pH of the vagina. Also, certain meats, especially red meats, contain xenoestrogen. Xenoestrogen is a synthetic hormone that imitates estrogen, which reduces the amount of estrogen in the vagina. This is bad because estrogen is needed to protect the vaginal mucosal lining from infection.

6. WEAR CLEAN, COMFORTABLE UNDERWEAR, PREFERABLY MADE OUT OF COTTON.

Wear fewer thongs, g-strings, and lace panties. They can mess up your vaginal health by trapping heat and moisture. Also, avoid wearing tight jeans for too long. At night, sleep without your undies and let your vagina breathe. 

7. WASH YOUR GENITALS REGULARLY.

Clean the vulva at least twice daily with safe water (and mild soap). Gently open the pussy lips and clean them too. Clean the area between the vulva and anus. Always wipe from front to back to prevent transferring fecal matter from the anus to the vagina. 

Never douche or wash the vagina itself. The vagina cleans itself, and it's ten times cleaner than the mouth—It can do without your help. Washing the vagina does more harm than good as it kills the good bacteria and encourages the growth of bad or harmful bacteria.




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