Monday, October 30, 2017

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  • Dr Jen Gunter says men complaining about your natural smell is a 'form of abuse'
  • The Canadian gynecologist revealed she once dumped a boyfriend for this
  • Has warned intimate hygiene products upset natural pH balance of intimate bits
  • This leaves you at a greater risk of infections and actually increase bad smells 
  • Mayo Clinic experts explain when you should see a doctor over vaginal odor

  • She's had a strong opinion on the recent trends for women cleaning their vaginas with cucumbers and Vicks' Vaporub.
    Now Dr Jen Gunter, who is also a prominent critic of Gwyneth Paltrow's controversial Goop website, has hit out at men who complain about the natural smell of their partner's genitals which she describes as a 'form of abuse'.
    Writing in her latest blog newsletter, the Canadian gynaecologist revealed she once dumped a boyfriend for complaining about the smell of her genitals.
    Dr Gunter has urged women not to feel ashamed and feel they have to resort to buying harmful products that create artificial odours.
    She says they upset the vagina's natural pH balance and leave you at a greater risk of infections like gonorrhoea and even HIV. 
    Dr Jen Gunter has spoken out about men demanding or expecting their partner's vagina to have an artificial smell (stock photo)
    Dr Jen Gunter has spoken out about men demanding or expecting their partner's vagina to have an artificial smell (stock photo)

    She wrote: 'I once dated a guy who insinuated my vagina did not smell right. He was an a** in other ways too. For example, he though my hair would be better if it were straight. Sadly I took the bait, it wasn't. 
    'He thought I would look better if I dressed a certain way. Again I took the bait. I just felt worse. 
    'When it came around to telling me how my vagina could be better it finally clicked that this is a form of control that men often use. 
    'Fortunately I am an appropriately confident vagina expert and I had a light bulb moment and dumped his sorry a**.
    Dr Gunter went on to urge women to not fall into the same trap.
    She said: 'I realize this may border on TMI [too much information], but honestly if it happened to me I bet it has happened to other women. 
    'The continued proliferation of the what will they insert next, the products on drug store shelves, and the interest in these posts tells me that I'm probably right.
    'If you think you have a medical condition, see a doctor. If your partner insinuates that an artificial smell is preferable to the smell of a normal vagina they are the one who has an issue. 
    'Telling women how they can be better is a classic way of tapping into body image issues and honestly in my personal opinion it is a form of abuse.'  
    'Self-cleaning oven'
    Dr Gunter has previously stressed that women should be aware that douches are unnecessary – and even dangerous – as our intimate areas are designed to clean themselves.
    She once tweeted: 'A vagina takes care of itself. Like a self cleaning oven.'
    In her recent post she explained: 'For what I am sure is the 100th time the vagina needs no cleaning and the vulva needs very little. 
    'I know the array of useless feminine washes and wipes at the drugstore and the drivel spouted by Gwyneth Paltrow via Goop imply otherwise, but I'm the actual expert.'
    She has recently warned about the health risks of carrying out a 'vagina facial' using a cucumber (stock photo)
    She has recently warned about the health risks of carrying out a 'vagina facial' using a cucumber (stock photo)

    WHY IS THE PH OF YOUR VAGINA IMPORTANT?

    Scientists have discovered an STI and HIV-fighting bacteria naturally present in some women's vaginas.
    L. crispatus bacteria in their vaginas is one of five types of bacteria present in female genitals.
    But unlike in the gut – where we strive to have a mix of bacteria – many researchers believe the vagina is healthiest if just one (L. crispatus) is dominant.
    Lactobacillus bacteria pump out lactic acid, which keeps the vaginal environment at a low, acidic pH that kills or discourages other bacteria, yeast and viruses from thriving. 
    There are even hints that certain Lactobacillus species reinforce the mucus in the vagina that acts as a natural barrier to invaders. 
    She recently warned about the dangers of carrying out a 'vagina facial' using a cucumber.
    Then also said that using anything that upsets the pH balance – including douches, cleanses, steams, and vinegar pH balancing products – has 'real potential for harming good bacteria or disrupting the mucosal surface'.
    'By damaging lactobacilli and the mucosa, attempts at vaginal cleaning increase a woman's risk of contracting gonorrhoea or HIV if she is exposed,' she said.
    'Paradoxically, it will also cause odour.' 
    Experts at the renowned Mayo Clinic echo Dr Gunter's warning and say on its website that 'it's normal for your vagina to have a slight odor'.
    It says that vaginal odor may vary throughout the menstrual cycle and may be especially noticeable right after having sex. Normal sweating also can cause a vaginal smell.
    However, it states that 'a strong vaginal odor – for instance, a "fishy" smell – might be abnormal and could indicate a problem.' 

    WHEN SHOULD I SEE A DOCTOR OVER YOUR VAGINAL ODOR?

    It is completely normal for your vagina to have a slight odor. 
    Abnormal vaginal odor that happens because of infection or another problem is usually associated with other vaginal signs and symptoms such as itching, burning, irritation or discharge.  
    Common causes of abnormal vaginal odor include:
    • Bacterial vaginosis – this is an overgrowth of normally occurring vaginal bacteria and the most common vaginal infection that causes a vaginal odor.
    • Poor hygiene
    • A retained or forgotten tampon left in place for several days
    • Trichomoniasis – a sexually transmitted infection – also can lead to vaginal odor 
    Chlamydia and gonorrhea infections usually don't cause vaginal odors. Neither do yeast infections.
    Less commonly, abnormal vaginal odor may result from:
    • Rectovaginal fistula (an abnormal opening between the rectum and vagina that allows feces to leak into the vagina)
    • Cervical cancer
    • Vaginal cancer
    If you're concerned about an abnormal or persistent vaginal odor, see your doctor for a vaginal exam – especially if you have other signs and symptoms such as itching, burning, irritation or discharge.
    In the meantime, to minimize vaginal odor:
    1. Wash your external genital area: During regular baths or showers, use a very small amount of mild, unscented soap and lots of water.
    2. Avoid douching: All healthy vaginas contain bacteria and yeast. The normal acidity of your vagina keeps bacteria and yeast in check. But douching can actually upset this delicate balance.
    Source: Mayo Clinic 

    Thursday, October 26, 2017

    VAGI-NO, FOR. E D , Get Viagra or Cialis $14.79 at 888 /500 / 4597 Women are using Vicks VapoRub to ‘tingle and cleanse’ their vaginas – DON’T, say experts

    IT seems there is no end to the bizarre things people on the internet suggest women use on their vaginas.
    We've had glitterbombing, cucumbers, vagina visors, neon pubic dyes and many more.
     Women are being told it is OK to use Vicks VapoRub on their vagina to cleanse it and help maintain odour
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    Women are being told it is OK to use Vicks VapoRub on their vagina to cleanse it and help maintain odour
    Now it seems Vicks VapoRub is making an appearance as a way to boost your sex life, soothe itching, clean your intimate areas and maintain odour pleasant down there.
    Some even suggest it can protect you against yeast infections.
    While these claims may all sound great, they're simply not true.
    Any gynaecologist would tell you the only way you should be cleaning your vagina is by using warm water, with a mild soap at most.
     VapoRub does not help maintain vaginal odour and could leave you at risk of an infection
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    VapoRub does not help maintain vaginal odour and could leave you at risk of an infection
    And any form of cream or scent should not be used as it can damage the delicate skin membrane on the vagina, leaving you open to nasty infections.
    A quick Google of Vicks VapoRub and vagina and you're met with an alarming number of blogs and forums that suggest the ointment can be used on your lady garden.
    Yes, that's right, the thing that you rub on your chest and dab under your nose to relieve congestion and help you breathe through the winter months on your most intimate area.
    Imagine the tingling it gives you on your chest and then imagine that between your legs - that's what gives VapoRub its sexual allure.
     It was also suggested that VapoRub could be used as an intimate lube to add a little tingle to the bedroom
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    It was also suggested that VapoRub could be used as an intimate lube to add a little tingle to the bedroom
    Some forums suggest it can be used to spice up things in the bedroom.
    Rubbing it on your clitoris, or on your man's penis, could help heat things up.
    But it could help heat things up too much - we all remember the women whose vagina was "ablaze" after she used Original Source mint shower gel.
    And the irritation could last for hours as the ointment is difficult to wash off.
    If you want to add a little more sparkle to your sex life (without using glitter) there are a range of intimate lubricants that can give you a tingling sensation, all of which have been tested and approved for use down there.
    So stick to those, it's a much safer bet.
     The product is designed to be rubbed on chests to relieve congestion and mucus build-up when you have a cold
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    The product is designed to be rubbed on chests to relieve congestion and mucus build-up when you have a cold
    Let's move onto the more alarming suggestions that VapoRub can be used to clean your vagina and maintain smell.
    It has become a common misconception that women need to clean their vagina regularly and there are all sorts of weird suggestions on how to do that.
    But the thing is, vaginas are self cleaning - they don't need any extra help to keep them fresh - not even soap.

    BE WARNED From neon pubic dyes to vagina visors… the bizarre products you can buy for your lady bits (and the ones that will RUIN your sex life)


    It produces a discharge that is a form of mucus produced from the cervix, the opening of the womb.
    Its production is a completely normal part of female life and is the vagina's way of keeping itself clean and healthy.
    And if there is an odour, that's a sign something is wrong and you should see a doctor.
    Generally vaginas don't give off an offensive odour, so using VapoRub to make it smell like someone's chest when they have a cold won't achieve anything except an unwanted burning sensation that's hard to ignore.
    If you do notice an unpleasant odour coming from your va-jay-jay then it could be a sign you have an infection like bacterial vaginosis or a sexually transmitted infection.
     The only way you should be cleaning your vagina is by using warm water
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    The only way you should be cleaning your vagina is by using warm water
    Dr Vanessa Mackay, a gynaecologist and spokeswomen for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, previously told The Sun Online: "Mild soap or a mild shower cream and water is all that you need to wash the outside of your bottom, front and back.
    "And you don’t need to wash your vagina – it self-cleans.
    "If you have any concerns about odour you need to contact your doctor."
    On the topic of infections, some blogs suggest you can use VapoRub to clear up a yeast infection, also known as thrush.
    No, no you can't.
    Thrush is caused by a build up of yeasts in the vagina, often as a result of the natural balance of bacteria in the vagina being disrupted.
     Vaginas are self cleaning and have natural balance of bacteria that protects your from infection
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    Vaginas are self cleaning and have natural balance of bacteria that protects your from infection
    Something that can cause an upset in the natural amounts of bacteria is using products on your vagina that are not designed for the vagina.
    So VapoRub will not treat your yeast infection - instead it will likely make it worse.
    The NHS advice on how to avoid getting thrush includes using water to clean the vagina no more than once a day and avoid irritants like perfumed soaps, shower gels, vaginal deodorants, wipes and douches.
    Vanessa added: "It [the vagina] contains good bacteria, which are there to protect it from infections.
    "Disturbing the natural flora through extensive cleaning can lead to infection, such as bacterial vaginosis or thrush, and inflammation.
    "It's a good idea to avoid perfumed soaps, gels and antiseptics as these can affect the healthy balance of bacteria and pH levels in the vagina and cause irritation.
    "Using Vicks VapoRub on the vagina would not only be uncomfortable but also has the potential to cause damage and disrupt the natural flora of the vagina.
    "It is a myth that any products need to be used to odourise or clean the vagina.
    "Use plain, unperfumed soaps to wash the area around the vagina (the vulva), not inside it, gently every day.
    "During your period, washing more than once a day may be helpful."
    If you think you have thrush you should speak to your GP or pharmacist.

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  • Vinegar douching has been touted as a way of cleaning and tightening vaginas
  • Experts warn applying vinegar does not tighten skin anywhere on the body
  • Vinegar douching could disrupt the vagina's 'good bacteria', causing infections
  • To maintain strength and tone, women should perform pelvic floor exercises 
  • Vaginas are self cleaning, with 'menstrual residue removal' being unnecessary 
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    Experts are urging women not to use trendy apple cider vinegar to 'tighten' their vaginas.
    Online blogs and forums are encouraging women to carry out this bizarre douching technique with the promise of making vaginas tighter, as well as cleaning excess menstrual residue.
    Aside from vinegar being completely ineffective at tightening the vagina, Professor Linda Cardozo from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London warns it could disrupt the organ's delicate 'good' bacteria, putting women at risk of irritation and infections.
    To maintain the vagina's strength and tone, women should perform pelvic floor exercises regularly, Professor Cardozo recommends.
    Vagina's are also self cleaning, with additional 'menstrual residue removal' being unnecessary.
    Experts are urging women not to use trendy apple cider vinegar to 'tighten' their vaginas
    Experts are urging women not to use trendy apple cider vinegar to 'tighten' their vaginas
    Vinegar does not tighten vaginas 
    Countless forums suggest mixing the health-food staple apple cider vinegar with water before soaking a tampon in the solution or creating a diluted vinegar bath.
    Promises of tightened vaginas are unfounded as vinegar does not stiffen skin in other parts of the body, with the female genitalia being no exception.  
    In addition, the vagina self cleans its menstrual residue naturally.
    This residue also does not play a role in the organ's looseness.
    Women risking irritation and infection 
    Professor Cardozo told metro.co.uk: ‘Putting cider vinegar in your vagina would not only be uncomfortable but it also has the potential to cause damage and disrupt the natural flora of the vagina.’
    This is due to the vagina being made up of 'good' bacteria, which is disrupted by any type of douching, putting women at risk of irritation and infections.
    Apple cider vinegar is strongly acidic, which will further interfere with the vagina's micro-organisms.
    Pelvic floor exercises are recommended 
    There is no health need for vaginas to be overly tight, however, women should maintain the organ's muscle strength by carrying out pelvic floor exercises.
    Professor Cardozo said: 'There are various different ways in which women can carry out pelvic floor exercises but the easiest is to sit or stand comfortably with knees slightly apart and then draw up the pelvic floor muscles as if trying to avoid passing urine or flatus.'
    She recommends doing these three-to-four times a day, with each contraction lasting around 10 seconds to maintain vagina strength and tone. If looseness is due to pelvic organ prolapse, women should visit their GP.

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    Sunday, October 22, 2017

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  • Men from Australia, South Africa, and the US all took the top spot among males
  • Women from the US, Canada, France, and Italy also considered the best lovers
  • Australian women took the third spot, scoring a six which means 'pretty good'
  • Men from New Zealand scored worst, hitting the bottom spot with a 'bad' ranking
  • A new survey has revealed the best and worst lovers in the world - and Australia did not underperform. 
    But sorry Kiwis, the same can't be said for New Zealand.
    Australian men ranked among the hottest lovers, topping the male list along with the United States and South Africa
    All three countries received an eight out of 10 in the survey conducted by online dating site Saucy Dates, meaning they were considered 'very good' in bed. 
    A new survey has revealed the best and worst lovers in the world, with Australian men and American women among the top spots
    A new survey has revealed the best and worst lovers in the world, with Australian men and American women among the top spots
    Australian men ranked among the hottest lovers, topping the list (pictured) along with South African and American men, as well as women from the US, Canada, Italy, and FranceĀ 
    Australian men ranked among the hottest lovers, topping the list (pictured) along with South African and American men, as well as women from the US, Canada, Italy, and France 
    Aussie women didn't fare quite as well in the ranking, missing the top spot by scoring a six in the survey - which still means they are considered 'quite good' in bed.
    It was women from the United States, Canada, France, and Italy who were voted the best female lovers, with all nabbing the 'very good' eight score. 


     Italian and Spanish men have long been hailed as the most romantic of lovers, they fell below Australian men with a 'good' score of seven. 
    They were joined by men from France and Canada, as well as women from South Africa and the United Kingdom. 
    Aussie women did not fare as well in the ranking, missing the top spot after getting a six in the survey - which still means they are considered 'quite good' in bed
    Aussie women did not fare as well in the ranking, missing the top spot after getting a six in the survey - which still means they are considered 'quite good' in bed
    Both men and women from Germany and India also scored a seven on the scale. 
    Men from the United Kingdom did not perform as well as their female counterparts, scoring only a 'quite good' six in the ranking.
    Along with Australian women, they were joined in the third-best spot by women from New Zealand and Spain. 
    But all fared far better than the poor men of New Zealand, who only received a four on the scale - worse than average and translating to mean they were 'bad' in bed. 
    Saucy Dates revealed it questioned 22,753 of its members from all over the world for the survey.
    Members were first asked to rank the last person they slept with from 0 (worst ever) to 10 (best ever), and then reveal which country their lover had hailed from. 
    All fared far better than the poor men of New Zealand, who only received a four on the scale - worse than average and translating to mean they are considered 'bad' in bed
    All fared far better than the poor men of New Zealand, who only received a four on the scale - worse than average and translating to mean they are considered 'bad' in bed
    The site only surveyed straight men and women 'so men would be rating women and vice versa', it stated.
    It concluded that American men and women made the best lovers and were the most compatible with each other, thanks to their 'earth moving' score of eight.
    The same could not be said for Australian men, which the survey said were 'unfortunate to live far away from females who rate equally'.  
    But have no fear, Saucy Dates points out that at the end of the day these are all just averages and that you 'could still get lucky when you get lucky'. 
    The site adds that their stats may be used to help you choose between lovers if you ever find yourself getting truly lucky on a night out.
    'If you ever find yourself in the fortunate position of having two offers and not knowing which to take then maybe use our stats to help you pick!'  


    Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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    The REAL reasons why women lose libido and avoid intimacy during their twilight years - as one expert reveals it is 'simply psychological' 
  • Many women tend to lose interest or avoid sex as they reach post-menopause
  • Reasons behind their weakening sex drives were revealed by an intimate study 
  • Most women blamed painful sex and bladder leakage behind a lack of libido
  • But sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell says it can be psychological 

  • As women move into the twilight years their sexual appetite can be hampered by the emotional and physical perils of old age.
    And while most men may keep their libido well into retirement, the female gender must navigate a maze of discomfort, confusion and scary medical issues.
    Painful intercourse and bladder problems do take a toll on the sex drive of older women, but the real solution can be a question of mind over matter, Australian sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell told FEMAIL.
    'If our motivations for having sex aren't clear and we rely on something as flimsy as "horniness", then there is a real possibility that will never come,' Cyndi said. 
    After menopause is the worst period of a woman's life for losing interest in sexual intercourse, the findings revealed (Stock image)
    After menopause is the worst period of a woman's life for losing interest in sexual intercourse, the findings revealed (Stock image)
    'Women need to communicate and know that they don't have to default to penis and vagina sex. If there's not enough touching, arousal, stimulation, lubricant, then it just won't work.'
    After menopause is the worst period of a woman's life for losing interest in sexual intercourse, a survey which interviewed 1500 under the age of 55 found.
    Intimate medical symptoms during or after sex were the main biological culprits behind many 'If our motivations for having sex aren't clear and we rely on something as flimsy as "horniness", then there is a real possibility that will never come,' sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell (pictured) said
    'If our motivations for having sex aren't clear and we rely on something as flimsy as "horniness", then there is a real possibility that will never come,' sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell (pictured) said
    Nearly half of the women surveyed admitted to having zero sexual activity in the six months leading up to the study (Stock image)
    Nearly half of the women surveyed admitted to having zero sexual activity in the six months leading up to the study (Stock image)

    WHAT IS DYSPAREUNIA?

    Dyspareunia is the term used to describe pain before, during or after vaginal intercourse.
    There are many causes of dyspareunia including physical ones like not enough lubrication, a skin infection, illness or surgery. 
    Psychological causes like partner issues, stress and anxiety can contribute also and make it even worse. 
    Source: JeanHailes.org.au
    However Cyndi says more often than not the problem is not physical, but an emotional response to sex.
    'Psychological barriers such as a history of trauma, pain, knowing that it might lead to arguments or feelings of shame can ruin a woman's libido,' she explained. 
    'And partner sex is so much more diverse and complicated than simply satisfying horny feelings. To think of it this way is very old-fashioned and out-of-date.' 
    The sex therapist also says the mature women she deals with are nothing like the 'sexless old hags' which society paints them as.
    'They aren't running around like 20-something year olds but the notion of the sexless hag is not how women experience themselves,' Cyndi added.
    'Fertility has never been the main motivation for sex. Procreation is just a byproduct, and for most the impetus to have sex is to feel good and to connect.'
    The medicinal study also revealed 45 per cent of participants said they experienced severe physical pain during sex - a problem which can be contributed to vaginal dryness.
    While most men may keep their libido well into retirement the female gender must navigate a maze of discomfort, confusion and scary medical issues (Stock image)
    While most men may keep their libido well into retirement the female gender must navigate a maze of discomfort, confusion and scary medical issues (Stock image)
    Another 20 percent of the women confessed to fearing vulvovaginal atrophy symptoms during sex, which is the thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls due to the female body having less estrogen.
    Nearly half of the women surveyed admitted to having zero sexual activity in the six months leading up to the study. 
    Surprisingly, most women reported they did not have a 'disinterest' in sex with their partners and actively want to keep the passion burning, however simply avoid it out of fear they would feel pain.
    But problems behind extinguished sexual flames between many older couples aren't exclusive to the female sex.
    In addition to self-reported issues with sexual intercourse, a staggering 55 per cent of women revealed their own partner's 'lack of interest or physical inability' was negatively impacting their sex drive. 
    'For men, being able to perform sexually ties into their masculinity,' Cyndi said.
    'And because we live in a culture which values this so much, female pleasure is then historically forgotten about.'