8 Mind-Blowing Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Lady Parts

 

And why every woman should know them

 

 

The human body is one complicated machine and it pays to know how it works—especially your most delicate parts. So here’s a list of mind-blowing facts about southern region that will blow your mind and, well, keep your worries at bay.

 

The Vagina Self Cleans

Through clear, thick and odorless discharge that is, which comes before and after your period. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t wash the outside (your labia)!

 

Tip: Professionals recommend washing with super gentle soap and water, and to dry the area after showering to prevent excess moisture.

 

Each Has Its Own Distinct Smell

Vaginas all smell differently and your scent depends on what you eat, personal hygiene and how much you sweat. But when it starts to smell fishy down there, go see your doctor, ASAP!

 

Sometimes You Need To Go Commando

Speaking of smells, maybe all you need to do is switch to cotton underwear or let your vag breathe. But if you do the latter, youmay want to go underwear free at home.

 

 

It Farts

Also called queefing, your vagina farts when it sucks in air and blows it back out, thus making the fart-like noise. Not to worry though, it’s odorless!

 

Here’s How The Vag Gets Turned On

While our lady parts don’t get hard, they do expand when we get turned on. It can expand up to 200%!

 

Not All Lady Parts Have Hymens Inside Them

Not all women are born with hymens and those who have them, the thickness varies from person to person.

 

Your Vagina Is A Muscle and Thus Needs Exercise

No, it doesn’t go loose (unless you’ve popped out a baby which may then affect its elasticity). But it usually returns to its usual tightness and could use some toning up just like every other muscle in our body.

 

Kegels 101: You can do this in any position, but if it’s your first time, try it lying down first. Tighten your pelvic floor muscles, hold contraction for five seconds and relax for another five then work your way up to ten. Do it four to five times in a row, and remember to contract only your pelvic floor muscles and breathe! Repeat three times.

 

 

Your Southern Region Is Like Fine Wine

The normal pH for vaginas is 3.8 to 4.5 while most wines pH fall around 3.0 or 4.0. A good red should be about 3.3 to 3.6 and 3.0 to 3.4 for whites. Pretty cool, huh?

 

 

If there’s a cause for any kind of concern, it’s still best to see your doctor. Besides, we owe to ourselves to ensure that every part of our body is in tip-top shape.