Any kind of trouble in the delicate zone, an important part of a woman's body, can be a major obstacle in her daily life.
By making it a habit to perform daily self-checks, problems can be dealt with in the early stages if they occur.
Let's learn how to do a self-check of the delicate zone.
It is important to keep track of the condition of the delicate zone as well as other parts of the body.
The method of self-checking includes checking the vulva for any abnormalities such as pimples, bleeding, or discharge.
The advantage of making it a habit to check your genital area daily is that it will make it easier to detect any problems related to the delicate zone.
What is the condition and pattern of discharge?
During normal periods, discharge is translucent or cloudy white in color.
After menstruation, the discharge is dry, and during ovulation, it becomes watery and increases in volume.
In some cases, a small amount of bleeding may occur during ovulation, and the discharge may turn brown.
During the luteal phase after ovulation, the discharge becomes thick and cloudy again.
The discharge changes each time depending on the menstrual cycle and physical condition at the time.
There are considerable individual differences.
Self-checking will make it easier to know if the discharge is the same as usual or not.
At the same time as checking the condition of the discharge, it is also important to check for strong itching and odor.
What kind of discharge should I pay attention to?
The discharge that requires the most attention is a creamy or cottage-cheese-like discharge, or a dark yellowish or greenish discharge.
If you notice any other signs of a discharge, such as persistent blood or bubbles, it is recommended that you see a gynecologist as soon as possible.
[Moisturizing the delicate skin is also important.
The skin acts as a barrier against external stimuli.
Dry skin weakens the barrier function, causing blackheads, itching, and rashes.
It can also absorb odors and dirt, which can have a negative impact.
Compared to other parts of the body, the skin of the delicate area is very thin and delicate, making it more susceptible to external stimulation.
Scrubbing the delicate skin during bathing can cause further damage to the skin.
It is important to moisturize dry delicate skin with a special cream.
Self-checking the delicate zone will help you to know the condition of your body.
It is also a good habit to make because it makes it easier to notice any abnormalities.
In addition, you should also take care of your delicate zone.