by Good Clean Love Staff May 19, 2016
If you’ve just given birth, it’s natural that your own hygiene is not your top priority. However, postpartum infection, also called puerperal infection, is not uncommon, especially if delivery was difficult. Good postpartum washing is key to prevention.
Be sure to talk with your doctor after delivery about vaginal hygiene, and of course, be sure to go to postpartum checkups!
by Meghan Morgavan December 07, 2018
by Kaylee Dye November 08, 2018
by Meghan Morgavan October 25, 2018
An Acidic Environment Protects Your Vagina – The normal pH of the vagina is 3.8 to 4.5 which falls on the acidic side of the pH scale. In comparison, things like water and sperm have a more alkaline pH, in the 7 to 8 range. Your vagina tries to maintain an acidic environment because it helps ward off unhealthy bacteria and keeps yeast from multiplying too quickly.