Well, I’m not pretentious and I can openly declare that I love women and respect them. So by extension, I worship every parts of my woman’s body especially the vagina, the woman’s holy ground.
The female body was so creatively created that a little scratch could completely alter the work of art. Every corner, piece and side, which entails the interior and exterior of the body, is so sensitive such that a manual is needed as a guide to understanding the do’s and dont’s of the maintenance process.
However, the most sensitive part of the female body remains the “holy ground” which is popularly known as the vagina. As a matter of fact, the vagina isn’t just part of the female body, it is the body of the female. The hidden part that competes for as much attention as the face. The vagina, the holy ground.
The female vagina remains a world on its own; it has been said to possess the strength of a thousand souls, but still as fragile as a butterfly, just like it looks. The vagina can be anything you need it to be, a fountain, a god to be worshiped and most importantly, a holy ground. The tenderness and sensitivity of the vagina makes it so. As beautiful as it is, this body part has the highest risk of getting infected than any other part of a woman’s body. A little threat, or unnecessary exposure can put the vagina at a very daring risk.
In recent times, there have been discoveries and guidelines on how the female vagina should be treated and catered for. Though it remains a fact that females have different levels of sensitivity and that what can affect A might not affect B. Notwithstanding, there are certain vagina infections that can not be avoided by every female and these infections are the most commonly contracted.
Sexually transmitted infections and toilet infections are the most common amongst women. STI’s are contracted from unprotected sex; these are infections transmitted through sexual contact, caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites.
Therefore, the importance of safe sex can not be overemphasized, and as a matter of fact, people erroneously believe that having safe sex has to do with only wearing a condom. No! Practising safe sex also includes not having multiple sexual partners and if you must, be certain about the cleanliness of your sexual partner(s).
A woman, who is very conscious about the well-being of her vagina has to also be very concerned about the cleanliness of her sexual partner. The vagina is very sensitive to germs and so it also the responsibility of the man to ensure that he is as clean as possible before going down to worship a woman’s holy ground. Every part of a man’s body that goes into a woman’s vagina has to be thoroughly clean as possible. This is to ensure that he is not putting germs inside her vagina.
Having multiple sexual partners is another very easy way to spread infections. Therefore, women are advised to stick to one sexual partner to avoid setting off the vagina.
When you get an STI you may not have any obvious symptoms; meaning one can feel perfectly okay and not realise they have an infection.
Even when the signs are not obvious, the STI could still cause sickness. Some STI symptoms could include unusual discharge from the vagina, difficulty or pain when you urinate and have sex, blisters, warts, lumps, bumps or sores on the genitals, rash, cracked skin, itchy or irritated skin on or around the genital region.
Also, another common cause of vaginal infection is the toilet infection. Women mostly fall victim of toilet infections because of the sensitivity of the vagina. Women are not as opportuned as men in terms of toilet usage and passing out of waste from the body. It is also as important for men to practise a clean and hygienic toilet use for the sake of cleanliness and most importantly to avoid transferring germs to their sexual partner.
Toilet infections are generally very uncomfortable which often display symptoms like itching, pain during urination, bad odour and general discomfort in the private area.
The best way to avoid toilet infections is to generally avoid dirty toilets. Also, when you stand or bend when urinating, it helps to prevent infection by avoiding urine splashing on you. It is advisable to adopt these position, especially when using a public toilet. Another way of easily contacting toilet infection is wrong method of cleaning the anus after defecating. As a matter of fact, it is advisable to use only water to clean up because it does a more thorough job in ensuring that the pubic area is safe and free from germs.
The common symptoms of toilet infection are burning, irritation, redness, and swelling of the vulva, with a yellow-gray or greenish vaginal discharge, possibly with a fishy odour. Some women also experience pain during urination, painful intercourse, vulva redness and blood stain during sex.
It is important to note that a woman who has either a sexually transmitted infection or toilet infection should make very conscious effort to get treatment from a professional. However, the idea of using soap to wash the vagina to avoid the smell or itching is no way to be free from infections. Rather, it will cause more harm than good.
Another thing, I also always encourage my women to make personal hygiene and good diet priorities; as important as breathing. Eat well, exercise and bath regularly for a more healthier body which repel easy vulnerability to diseases and infections.
In conclusion, a product my women have always used in the event of STIs or toilet diseases with its 100% efficacy confirmed is Mycoten range from Drugfield Pharmaceutical Limited, one of the leading indigenous pharma companies in Nigeria.
Mycoten cream and tablet are used to treat vaginal yeast infections. Miconazole reduces vaginal burning, itching, and discharge that may occur with this condition. This medication is an azole antifungal. It works by stopping the growth of yeast (fungus) that causes the infection.
And the good news is they are easily available in any pharmacy nearest to you.