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Ask The Experts: What Does It Feel Like To Have A Healthy Vagina?

Ask The Experts: What Does It Feel Like To Have A Healthy Vagina?

A healthy vagina isn’t quite as elusive as it may seem. Menstruating bodies function in phases that each come along with their own shifts and experiences. So for those wondering what a healthy vagina looks like, rest assured that healthy vaginas encompass a wide range of sensations. 
Ask The Experts: Are There Different Types Of Vaginas?

Ask The Experts: Are There Different Types Of Vaginas?

So while there are a lot of different types of vaginas, a vast majority of them are normal. Not all anatomy has to look the same for it to be considered normal. We all have different eye colors, nose shape, and knee caps- vaginas work the
Ask the experts: My Discharge Smells Bad But Not Fishy. Should I Be Concerned?

Ask the experts: My Discharge Smells Bad But Not Fishy. Should I Be Concerned?

A fishy smell is often an indicator of a bacterial infection, but other smells can also be cause for alarm. In this edition of "Ask the Experts," we'll dive into what it means if "my discharge smells bad but not fishy."
Ask the Experts: Ouch! Thigh chafing really hurts. What can I do about it??

Ask the Experts: Ouch! Thigh chafing really hurts. What can I do about it??

Have you ever had rashy, irritated thighs after running or walking? Or itchy, irritated skin under your breasts from sweat? You try everything to fix the issue: revamping your wardrobe, slowing down on physical activity only to find the area continues to grow into a nasty itchy rash that doesn't go away easily and is hard to heal. (We have a solution, keep reading!). 
Ask the Experts: I don't have a yeast infection, so why is my vagina itchy?

Ask the Experts: I don't have a yeast infection, so why is my vagina itchy?

Vaginal itchiness is a common experience amongst many women. Several causes result in an itchy vagina. Some cases of vaginal itchiness are simple, while others may require medical treatment. Dr. Barb, board-certified OB/GYN, is here to answer a few questions to ease your mind.