i may be raining on your parade, sisses, but SUPER INGAT lang when using home remedies, especially to INJECT IN THE VAGINA. it's no joke.
true, ACV (apple cider vinegar) is known to be effective, but not all pu$$ies are the same. some are delicate (like mine) and cannot take even slight deviations in ingredients and amounts used. so i do not douche with home made preparations.
a healthy vagina does not need to be douched, because it SELF-CLEANS.
in my case, only Lactacyd Vaginal Gel (VG) is safe to use internally, in the vaginal canal.
if u find yourself relying on vaginal douches, SOMETHING AINT RIGHT WITH YOUR FLORA. douching upsets the vaginal flora. causes imbalance that creates the opportunity for harmful microbes to take over (vaginitis caused by bacteria or candida yeast or a combination of both).
a woman's vagina is naturally acidic. ever wondered why Lactacyd feminine wash touts a low pH level of 3.5, and the other popular wash, pH Care has a higher pH level of 5.0? these fem washes target different vaginal conditions. you may be hiyang to one and suffer reactions to the other. so if you are ok with one, better not change fem washes on a whim. your vaginal pH may be altered by changes in washes and this leads to imbalance that may encourage an infection.
IF YOU SUFFER FREQUENT VAGINAL INFECTIONS, one of your considerations should be your washing habit. do you wash often even when you're not menstruating, say more than once daily--too clean down there? we all need some bacteria in our vagina, too.
secondly, are you pH-sensitive? one clue for pH sensitivity is having unpleasant reactions to certain fem washes.
third, here's what you may or may not have considered: ARE YOU ALLERGIC TO YOUR PARTNER'S SEMEN? this condition is called seminal plasma hypersensitivity. you can look it up on google. it's not some kaartehan made up by a woman to avoid sex. hehe. IT REALLY HAPPENS. do you often have an infection after having unprotected sex? there you have it. you ARE pH sensitive!
pH of seminal fluid VARIES from male to male. some guys have lower pH (acidic) and some have higher pH (>4.0, 4.5 towards neutral). even the same person's seminal pH can change according to what he ate last night! but for our purpose, let's assume his seminal pH remains within a particular range. just like your sensitivity to fem washes, you are likely to suffer the same reactions to semen that your vagina cannot tolerate. hence you are prone to vaginal infections.
if you have abnormal discharge or odor a day or two after sex, chances are something's going on inside your vagina, it's worth observing. if it persists, a checkup is recommended.
what can u do? HAVE HIM USE A CONDOM PRIOR TO EJACULATION. not all guys will be happy to use one, so make tawad. have him put on a condom when he is ready to cum.