9 below the belt secrets, every woman must know

Most of the women are not aware about their gynecology health. In the event of any problem relating to gynecology, they have to run for the doctors. There are some simple gynecology secrets, by knowing about them, it becomes easy for women to know about the symptoms & causes of gynecological problem experienced by them in their routine life. Here in this article some gynecology secrets are explained that might prove useful for every woman.

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1. Birth control pills can reduce your sex drive : Birth control pills can reduce the desire for sex in many women. This is true not only for women in their reproductive years. It’s also true for women going through menopause who may use a low dose pill to control symptoms such as hot flashes and mood swings. What can you do to get your sex drive back? Amaru says, “Consider switching to another form of birth control such as an IUD, if you’re in a monogamous relationship or condoms. use another method of protection to prevent pregnancy.”

2. Use insert vaginal pill instead of birth control pill : Women who are suffering with nausea or vomiting due to the intake of birth control pill van use vaginal inserting pills which are not harmful. The women who used the vaginal route had less nausea, vertigo, headache, breast tenderness, period pain, and stomach upsets than the ones who took the Pill orally. Steve Goldstein says, “,It can be very effective, particularly if you are suffering with any nausea or vomiting for any reason, including from taking the Pill.”

3. Migraine increases sex desire & orgasm may stop headache : There may be strong urge to get intimate during the migraine pain. Doctors aren’t sure why this occurs. researcher James Couch says, “It may have something to do with an increase in the levels of serotonin. This brain chemical may be linked to sexual appetite.” Moreover, recent research has shown that for up to 20% of women, having an orgasm may stop a migraine in its tracks, immediately relieving the pain. But this isn’t the first time orgasm has been linked to pain relief. Goldstein says some women find it helps menstrual cramps possibly because of a release of bio-chemicals that flood the body and relax the uterus, relieving pain.

4. Avoiding sex makes painful sex hurt more : Many women believe that avoiding intercourse & giving their vagina a rest is the best antidote to painful sex. Christiane Northrup says, “Stop having sex & resuming it may be that much harder, both physically & in terms of desire. Pain with intercourse is not normal. It often occurs when your partner simply isn’t arousing you enough. In other instances, hormonally driven vaginal dryness, like the vaginal dryness some women feel when nursing a baby or going through menopause can also cause sexual discomfort.” If arousal is the problem, talk to your partner about increasing foreplay. Then do whatever it takes to get you through the excitement phase and make your body ready for intercourse.

5. Sex during period can catch STD : While having sex during your period is the least likely time to get pregnant, it’s also the most likely time to catch an infection. Nanette Santoro, MD says, “Changes in the acid/alkaline balance of your vagina during your menses make it easier for bacteria to proliferate.” If you are not sure about hundred percent of your partner’s sexual health, always use a condom.

6. Wearing cotton underwear can reduce risk of vaginitis : Vaginitis is an irritation of the vagina. It causes excess vaginal discharge, burning & itching. Wearing cotton underwear & using a different laundry detergent can reduce the risk of vaginitis. Another way to avoid the risk is not to use perfumed soaps, intimate deodorants, or other fragrant products around your vagina. If you don’t see at least some reduction in symptoms of vaginitis soon after you make these changes, your problem could be bacterial vaginosis, a yeast infection, a sexually transmitted disease, or another infection that needs medical care.

7. Avoid the use of tampons to protect against incontinence leaks : Tampons may help control leaks, drips & dribbles, it’s okay to use this method once in a while. Goldstein says, “Remove the tampon as soon as you’re done working out. A tampon inside a dry vagina, can cause significant irritation as well as microscopic tears in the skin.” The irritation & tears can later open the door to infection. To help control everyday leaks, drips & dribbles, you can use one of the new ultra thin incontinence pads. They are more absorbent than a typical menstrual pad & safer than a tampon.

8. Oral sex increases risk of yeast infection instead of intercourse : Men do not generally pass a yeast infection to a woman during intercourse. Barbara Reed MD says, “It appears that the risk for recurrent infections “is related to something else perhaps the woman’s immune response to the yeast.” One study said that women who receive oral sex seem more likely to suffer from recurring vaginal yeast infections. This was the case whether their partner showed signs of yeast infection in their mouth or not. A hormone imbalance, high blood sugar levels, certain antibiotics, birth control pills, or stress can also cause a yeast infection.

9. Urine like odor around vulva is actually a sweat : Because secretions from sweat glands have some of the same components as urine, it’s common for some women who perspire a lot to experience a urine-like odor in the area of their vulva or even on their panties. Goldstein says try washing your V zone more frequently using a mild soap & water. Add a dusting of cornstarch-based powder to absorb moisture. Avoid nylon panties & panty hose, which tend to hold in heat & increase sweating. If the smell disappears then it was likely sweat & not urine. If it continues, talk to your doctor.



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