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7 Common Reproductive Health Conditions You Should Know

7 Common Reproductive Health Conditions You Should Know

From puberty to menopause, there are intense hormonal changes to the female external and internal reproductive organs. Many women suffer from reproductive health issues, which can affect their energy levels, mental health, fertility, and moods. When it comes to reproductive health, it is often 
Do I have Cervical Cancer: Cervical Cancer Causes, Symptoms and More!

Do I have Cervical Cancer: Cervical Cancer Causes, Symptoms and More!

Cervical cancer is a cancer of the reproductive system that happens when abnormal cells develop in the cervix - 'the cervix is the lower part of your uterus that connects your uterus and vagina.' According to research conducted in 2018, "cervical cancer was the fourth most common cancer in women, ranking after breast cancer (2·1 million cases), colorectal cancer (0·8 million) and lung cancer (0·7 million)."

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: What You Need to Know

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: What You Need to Know

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a serious health condition affecting many women, leaving 1 in 8 women with a history of PID being infertile. Pelvic inflammatory disease can have a devastating impact if left untreated.
Vaginitis: What is it? What causes it? How is it treated?

Vaginitis: What is it? What causes it? How is it treated?

Vaginitis covers many different disorders that cause inflammation in the vaginal area. These conditions can lead to changes in discharge, pain, and itchiness. Vaginitis is often caused by infections from yeast or virus, and imbalances in vaginal bacteria. 
What Is The Difference Between Endometriosis And Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

What Is The Difference Between Endometriosis And Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are medical conditions that affect those with vaginas who are between 12 and 50 years old. Both disorders affect menstrual periods, fertility, and hormonal functions. Though they have many similarities, the two conditions are strikingly different. 

What Causes A Swollen Vagina? How Is A Swollen Vagina Treated?

What Causes A Swollen Vagina? How Is A Swollen Vagina Treated?

A puffy vulva often occurs following any sexual activity, whether alone or with a partner. When you are sexually aroused, there is more blood circulation to the vulva, which gives it puffiness and can also make the clitoris puffy. Fortunately, the puffy vulva and clitoris are temporary and last a few minutes to an hour.
Everything You Need To Know About Vaginal Dryness

Everything You Need To Know About Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal dryness, also known as vaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis, usually happens due to a lack or a drop in estrogen levels. Estrogen is the hormone that helps keep the vagina lubricated and maintain its elasticity; when estrogen decreases moisture and lubrication in the vagina. 

Should You Use Antibacterial Soap? And Should You Use It On Your V?

Should You Use Antibacterial Soap? And Should You Use It On Your V?

Confused about whether you should use antibacterial soap to clean your vulva? In this comprehensive blog post, certified OB/GYN explains why antibacterial soap may not be the best choice. Discover the potential risks and learn about the importance of maintaining a healthy vulva with gentle and effective alternatives like Kushae's vulva care products.
Yes, We Need Our Own Vulva Wash: Best Vulva Wash For Women

Yes, We Need Our Own Vulva Wash: Best Vulva Wash For Women

A lot of women and girls use body washes and other fragrant cleansing products, like hand soaps, to clean down there. While society may continue to tell women they should smell like flowers or fruits down there, soaps or body washes should not be used on the vulva or intimate area.
10 Ways To Practice Self-Care For Down There

10 Ways To Practice Self-Care For Down There

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. 

Deodorant? Antiperspirant? Should I use both? What is the Best Deodorant For Women?

Deodorant? Antiperspirant? Should I use both? What is the Best Deodorant For Women?

Deodorants and antiperspirants are part of the world of beauty products, even if it is not as sexy to talk about in comparison to sexy, bold red lips. The critical difference between antiperspirant and deodorant is simple; based on that, you will determine what you need to use.
5 Feminine Hygiene Tips For Busy Moms

5 Feminine Hygiene Tips For Busy Moms

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!