Atrophic Vaginitis Information
Tips to keep your vaginal skin healthy to prevent noninfectious vaginitis include:
avoiding prolonged moisture and friction, for instance rubbing vigorously with a towel
not wearing bathing suits or exercise clothes for long periods of time
wearing cotton underwear, which provides some air-flow
wearing loose-fitting slacks and avoiding pantyhose
finding alternative contraceptives if lubricated condoms, jellies, creams, or sponges irritate your skin
keeping the area around the genitals clean and dry
avoiding irritants such as douches, feminine hygiene sprays, deodorized sanitary pads or tampons, and coloured or perfumed toilet paper
Regular sexual activity, either with or without a partner, can decrease problems with vaginal atrophy. Sexual activity enhances blood flow to your vagina, which helps keep vaginal tissues healthy.
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