1 Skip the scented soaps for ~down there~.
Scented body wash may be awesome, but it doesn’t belong anywhere near your birth area, says Minkin.
That’s because, unlike your skin, your vagina doesn’t have an extra protective layer—which means soap and other chemicals can be really drying to that sensitive skin, says Anil.
You really only need to rinse with warm water to keep things clean down there. But if you just don’t feel right about going soap-free, stick with a plain, gentle, unscented soap, adds Minkin.
2 Do your kegel exercises.
FYI: Kegel exercises aren’t just another pointless thing your mom reminds you to do. Doing kegels helps strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, says Anil, which then helps reduce strain on your pelvic organs, and improves bladder and bowel function. Oh, and they can make your 0rgasms stronger, too.
3 Go for whole body health.
Eat right, control your weight and exercise. Not only is this good for your whole body; it’s good for your birth organs too. Conversely, chronic conditions can put women at risk. For example, poorly controlled diabetes increases a woman’s likelihood of contracting yeast infections and urinary tract infections (UTIs).
4 Wear A Cotton Underwear
Women should wear cotton underwear since they are breathable hence comfortable. They also tend to dry faster when body fluids and sweat accumulate down there. This prevents bad smell and lowers risk of getting infection
5 Know Your Discharge
Every lady experiences vaginal discharge at specific times of the month. Mostly the discharge should be colorless or white in color and odorless. However, if the discharge is very thick, yellow or green in color and had a foul smell, you need to see a doctor because you could be having an infection.