3 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Your Vagina

More than half of the world’s population has a vagina, however, not many know a lot about it. The vagina has a very important role to play in human reproduction and sexual satisfaction. For example, do you know that the word, “vagina” was derived from the Latin word for the “scabbard” or “sheath’?

Below are some fascinating facts about your vagina.

1.     What You Eat Affects the Scent of Your Vagina

Most sex therapists preach this and they’re not far from the truth. You embody what you eat. You may have probably heard that fruits like pineapple give you a sweeter scent. That’s right.

Other food like garlic, onion, fish, cheese, and chilies also affect the vaginal odor. So, be careful what you eat if you plan to have a steamy sexual moment with your partner. However, if you notice that your vagina has a pungent odor and that the scent has changed drastically, then you may need to check it out as it’s a sign of an infection.

2.     Your Vulva is Different from your Vagina

Most women make this mistake by referring to their vulva as their vagina. The vagina itself is a 3-6inch long muscular canal that runs from the cervix, the lower part of the uterus to the vaginal opening outside the body. Every other outer part is the vulva (external female genitalia) and this refers to the labia, urethra, clitoris, and vaginal opening.

Knowing the difference between the vagina and the vulva is empowering as it helps to know the difference between the two so you can also spread the information to other women. It’s necessary you know how to properly reference the vagina because you may think you’re referring to a collection of a lady’s sexual parts but you may be wrong.

3.     Your Vagina is Acidic

Surprising right?

Well, your vagina has a PH of 4.5. The PH is not harmful to the vagina and it’s why you notice bleaching of your underwear after use for some time. It’s a sign that your vagina is healthy and that is a result of the acidity of the vagina.

 A common bacterium in the vagina is lactobacilli which is also known as “good bacteria”. Its function is to help maintain the PH balance in the vagina and to prevent the growth of infection-causing bacteria. When levels of lactobacilli fall, vagina PH rises above 4.5, making the vagina a good breeding ground for vagina infections like yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis.

The PH of your vagina is very important, which is why our Yoni Pearls contain a PH strip to determine your vaginas PH level before the use of Yoni Pearls.

The vagina is a very important part of the female reproductive organ and so you should definitely strive to learn more about it. Knowledge, they say is empowering and liberating, it doesn't hurt to learn more about your reproductive and sexual organs.

What we learn about our vagina, helps us to know exactly what is right and what is wrong for it. You should treat your vagina like a special organ because it sure is. The use of Yoni Pearls is a great way to indulge in vagina self-care.

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