Simple Underwear Rules For Healthy Vagina

Have you ever thought that you are doing the underwear thing wrong?

Wearing underwear is an integral routine but not every person knows much about it.

Do you know which fabric is best for your vagina? Simple Underwear Rules For Healthy Vagina

Is there an expiry date of the underwear you are wearing?

How many times in a day you should change your underwear?

After doing a lots of research here we are with an article on simple underwear rules for healthy vagina.

Simple Underwear Rules For Healthy Vagina

#1. Choose A Natural Fabric

The first rule is to choose an underwear made up of natural fabric specifically cotton. In market lots of underwear in a variety of fabrics is available but the underwear made up of cotton is best. The reason behind is that the skin of your vagina and vulva is very delicate and sensitive. A natural, gentle and simple fabric such as cotton is not only breathable but also acts at absorbent and prevents fungal infections. Choose A Natural Fabric

Vaginal discharge is very common and healthy. It keep the vagina moist. If your underwear is made up of gentle absorbent material, it will absorb the extra moisture.

Avoid using synthetic materials such as spandex or nylon that do not allow your skin to breathe and traps moisture and heat creating a perfect environment for the yeast infection to grow.

#2. Go Pantie-Free During Night

For a female with a healthy vagina it is her choice to wear or not wear underwear while sleeping. For female who suffers from regular yeast infection it is better to go to bed pantie-free. This allows the vagina to breathe overnight and do not allow the moisture build up preventing the creation of the environment that is suitable for the bacterial and fungal growth. If you do not like to sleep naked wear, loose fitted pyjamas but do remember to wash them regularly. Seriously, there is no harm to go without underwear to bed instead its healthy for your vagina.

#3. Change Your Underwear Every Day And More Than One Ship Required

Make a habit to wear one underwear only for a day and then put it in the laundry. Never wear an underwear for more than one day. If you sweat a lot or if there is more than normal, vaginal discharge change your underwear more than once. Avoid wearing pantyliners to keep moisture at bay because it may cause irritation and chaffing. Always keep an extra pair of underwear in your purse so that you can change whenever required.Change Your Underwear Every Day And More Than One Ship Required

#4. Go For Thongs Occasionally

Thongs are not bad for the health of your vagina. Studies do not give any evidence that thongs can cause bacterial vaginosis, urinary tract infection or yeast infection. Avoid douching as it increases the cases of bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections. Nevertheless, you may go for thongs occasionally.

#5. Choose Moisture Wicking And Well-Fitting Underwear

Always wear something between you and the bottom cloth that is well fitted and moisture wicking underwear. Wearing something between you and bottom cloth is healthy and comfortable. However, if your shorts that you are wearing have moisture-wicking underwear you can forgo the pantie. Most important thing to notice is that it fits well, absorbs moisture and do not cause irritation or chafing. Choose Moisture Wicking And Well-Fitting Underwear

#6. Wash Your Pantie With Hypoallergen Soap

Your panties are delicate. Wash them, with the hypoallergenic soap. After washing let them dry in sun. Never mix your underwear in the same load that contains the load of a sick family member or friend. Never keep your clean underwear with contaminated ones. Wash Your Pantie With Hypoallergen Soap

#7. Replace Your Underwear Every Year

Even after cleaning and washing your underwear contain thousands of living bacteria. This is why it is suggested to change your underwear every year. 

Intimate garments have a big role in the health of your intimate parts. Choose them wisely and follow the underwear rules for healthy vagina.

Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta
Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta:  Professionally a homeopathic doctor and a dietician Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta is passionate about writing health and parenting blogs. She believes in holistic approach towards health and well being.