Top 3 Questions About Vaginal Health

When it comes to feminine health, many women feel too embarrassed to ask about any problems or changes happening to their vagina. Although our society has made strides to remove the stigma around vaginal health, unfortunately, some women still feel shame around this topic. This blog will answer the most frequently asked female questions that you may feel uncomfortable bringing up with anyone else.

Is My Vaginal Odor Normal?

While every woman has a natural, personal scent, an unpleasant or foul odor is not normal. Women may feel uncomfortable or embarrassed about discussing this with friends or medical professionals. 

When women are direct about this topic, they will either find out that their odor is totally normal or they will discover suggestions to help address the issue as soon as possible. For instance, an unpleasant vaginal odor could be a sign that there is an issue with pH balance or vaginal health overall. If that is not the case, a Holistic Feminine Deodorizing Spray is enough to eliminate and prevent vaginal odor.  

How Can I Tell if I Have Libido Issues?

Given that every woman is different and libido can be affected by everything from stress to prescription medications, it can be challenging to tell whether or not you should be concerned about your sexual desire. Additionally, fluctuating hormones during perimenopause and menopause can be contributing factors. Menopause comes with an array of symptoms, like a loss of libido. 

As there is no right or wrong answer in terms of one's libido, it can feel next to impossible to know what qualifies as healthy. If you think that you are having issues with your libido, you should consult with your doctor. They can help you determine if there is an issue that should be addressed.

Is it Supposed to Be Itchy Down There?

Perhaps the most commonly asked question that women ask is whether or not they are supposed to experience vaginal itch. Most women experience this at some point in their lives for various reasons. Vaginal itch is not uncommon, but it can indicate a problem. This itchiness can be an issue with the pH balance, meaning that bad bacteria is overtaking the good bacteria that help maintain a normal vaginal environment. That’s why it is best to always consult a doctor to find out what is causing the itch. A doctor is able to provide the best method of addressing the itch. Also, there are natural solutions that can help promote a normal healthy balance, such as those found in pH-D® Feminine Health's line of products.

Key Takeaways

  • Women should be comfortable discussing their vaginal health.
  • There are plenty of methods for addressing feminine issues.
  • Being comfortable talking to your healthcare practitioner is essential.

Feminine Health Support

No matter where you receive your feminine health care, you should feel comfortable asking questions and getting the right answers about feminine hygiene. You may also want to explore over-the-counter women’s health solutions, such as pH-D Feminine Health's boric acid suppositories, which naturally help to maintain normal feminine balance.

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