Taking care of your vulvar and vaginal health is essential to your overall well-being. Vaginal health issues can negatively affect fertility, sex life, mental health, and more. Hence the importance of 'practicing' self-care for "down there," as it can help prevent discomfort, and vaginal infections, promote a healthy vaginal environment, and help you get more confidence in the bedroom.
We get it; we're moms too! From busy moms to busy moms, here are our (5) tried and true tips to help you keep your vulva health in check while managing your busy schedule. Let's dive in!
Vaginal discharge is typically thin, off-white, or transparent. Throughout the menstrual cycle, discharge fluctuates and goes through some changes. During pregnancy, it's normal to have vaginal discharge.
Itching can be very uncomfortable, so vaginal itching often causes discomfort. When you know what is causing the itching, you can start finding some relieving methods to soothe your symptoms. Even though vaginal itching is common, it can be a cause for concern, so we highly advise that if you are concerned about vaginal or vulvar itching (possibly both), the first thing to do is to see your healthcare provider for a check-up.