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Every woman has two faces, one is the face that everyone can see, and the other “face” is in the most intimate place. Both of them require health care and maintain. From a health concern magazine ‘Health Times’ – “When it comes to skin care, every woman has her own skin care routine, hydrating, whitening, moisturizing, anti-aging and many more. But when it comes to private part maintenance, there are not so many people know. Protecting the reproductive system should be like brushing teeth and skin care. It must be a habit that must be done every day. Improper care of the private part can bring a lot of “unspeakable difficulty” to women.
How to maintain? You can refer the following recommendations below: –

1. Cleansing.

Pay attention to develop good hygiene habits. Wash hands before going to the toilet, change clean underwear, pay attention to daily cleaning of the intimate area, especially during menstruation. You should use clean water to wash away residual dirt on the skin of the intimate area to prevent pathogens. These substances enter the body and causes diseases. DO NOT shoots or pumps water inside the vagina and the general washing liquid can only be used to clean the vulva (outer vagina).

2. Exercise the pelvic muscles.

Don’t hesitate to do pelvic floor muscle exercise. Under normal conditions, the vaginal opening is usually in the closed state, the front and back walls of the vagina are tightly attached, making the vagina tighter, thus preventing the invasion of external pathogen. As women age, especially after giving birth, the vaginal wall will loosen up, so pelvic floor exercise is a must.
Recommended female exercise method: Kegel training!

Method: Contract the pelvic floor muscle while inhale. Then relaxing the muscles, exhale and repeat several times. Continue to contract for 3 seconds and relax for 3 seconds. You can do it anytime, anywhere. Contracting and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles, repeatedly for 10 minutes, will have a good effect.

3. Don’t use drugs

When the vaginal discharge (leucorrhoea) increases, some may feel the urge to buy a vaginal cream suppository. This is not necessary. Leucorrhoea is a normal vaginal discharge of women, in a certain physiological cycle, after menstruation, the discharge may increase, but this is not a disease and does not need to be dealt with. It is not advisable to use suppositories. If you find any difficulties, you should see doctors immediately. Applying medicine by yourself may damage the acid-base balance of the vagina and the normal vaginal microbiome, but it is more likely to cause illness.

4. Wear tight pants

To look thinner, some will love to wear tight pants. In order to show good posture, women like to wear tight pants to look slim. Tights can easily aggravate the reproductive system by friction, use with long-term will give stress to the muscles, it is not conducive to women’s health. Reduce in wearing tight jeans and stretch pants, especially thong panties with tight denim. These combinations of pants are basically a reproductive system killer.

5. Regular medical examination

In addition to maintaining good living habits, women also need regular gynaecological examinations. It is recommended that women over the age of 35 should be examined once a year. In order to find a laceration early. This is not to say that young women can take this lightly, in the presence of discomfort or abnormal conditions, such as itching, pain, etc. little discomfort may be a warning of genital tract infections. You should go to the hospital to find a specialist for diagnosis and treatment immediately.

6. Scientific use of skin care products

With the improvement of people’s quality of life, more and more people are aware of the importance of reproductive system routine care. Women can maintain a healthier life through health care routine.
Nowadays, the information media has developed, and through some basic health education, everyone can get benefits, but women need to consider more. From menstruation to pregnancy, through menopause (and everything before, after, or in between this time), women need to experience some unique experiences. These experiences have a major impact on their physical and mental health. As a woman, the routine care and maintenance of the physiological period is very important, here let’s take a look at the maintenance and information of the physiological period.

Physiological maintenance of women
Women’s common physiological phases includes menstruation, fertile phase, infertile phase, etc. Therefore, women must understand these physiological knowledges. In order to ensure the health of the body. The following are the physiological knowledge about women’s menstrual period.
During menstruation, menstrual blood will take away a lot of iron in the body, and iron can provide sufficient nutrients for the ovum. Therefore, eat more spinach during menstruation, high-iron foods such as animal internal organs can make ovum healthier.
Exercises that can be done during menstruation:
1. Dumbbells, if you don’t have dumbbells at home, you can use mineral water bottles. You can do some lifting and flat lifting exercises. It is also very good for women to practice biceps to look healthier.
2. As long as the body can withstand, you can carry out slow jog, pay attention to speed as it should not be too fast, and the duration should not be too long.
3. With calming, relaxing yoga or stretching exercise to avoid pressure on the abdominal cavity, avoid raising the leg in higher position.

Menstrual notes::
1. Menstrual period is not encouraged to swim, so as not to cause infection as the vagina self-cleaning function is reduced.
2. If you have dysmenorrhea, menorrhagia or menstrual disorders, during menstrual period, you should reduce the amount of exercise, intensity, and duration, or even stop exercising.
3. Do not perform abdominal massage during menstruation.
4. During menstruation, you should avoid excessive cold and overheating temperature stimulation (e.g. cold-water shower and sauna), especially the lower abdomen must not get cold, so as to avoid dysmenorrhea or abnormalities of menses volume.
5. Reduce the amount of exercise and intensity for the first two days of menstruation. Also, the duration of exercise should not be too long.
6. Intensive exercises especially those with strong vibration is a NO, such as sprint, jump (vigorous aerobics) and extreme strength exercises can increase the abdominal pressure. So as not to cause excessive menses amount or affect the normal position of the uterus.
Through the understanding of menstrual physiological knowledge, we let you know what aspects should be paid attention to during menstruation, in order to have better condition during menstrual period.

Many women do not know what to do and what they dealing with when their menses is too much or too little, menses colour is red or black. These may send out a health signal! So, what is the cause of menstrual colour discoloration? Let’s take a look.

1. Pink

If your menses is pink and dilute, it maybe early pregnancy symptom or can be caused by hormonal fluctuations. Indicating that you have some hidden dangers to pay attention to! You must check if you are sleeping late lately. In Chinese medicinal view, pink blood is considered as blood deficiency.

2. Pure red

The pure red menstrual blood indicates that your endometrium is shredding off at a fairly rate, and the uterus is quite clean after the end of the menstrual cycle. Generally speaking, this is nothing bad. However, you need to pay attention to whether the date of menstruation is longer than previous menstruation, if it exceeds the normal number of days (please compare it by yourself), it will be more reassuring to see the doctors.

Dark red
If the menstrual blood is dark red and have blood clot, you don’t have to be nervous, but your uterus is getting dirty. However, if this condition has been continuing for more than 3 days, it may be possible for you to have uterine fibroids. You can see the symptoms of uterine fibroids from menstruation, if dark red blood clot is found to last for many days, early treatment is recommended.

Orange red
If your menstrual blood colour is orange-red, you must be cautious and pay special attention. It may be an early sign of vaginal infection, and more likely to be accompanied by a strong odour. If the menstrual blood is orange-red, it is recommended to see a doctor immediately!

Dark brown
Dark brown, which means that your menstrual blood has accumulated in your body for a long time. It has not flowed out smoothly. This condition is known as irregular menstruation. You can look for obstetrics and gynaecology or alternative treatment like Chinese medicine to regulate the body.

How to choose the right sanitary napkins

Sanitary napkin is a must for every woman. Especially during the first few days of menstruation. How to choose sanitary napkin is still worth considering.
Let’s take a look at the problem on how to choose a sanitary napkin.
Women that have sensitive skin is most vulnerable toskin irritation during menstruation. According to the survey, 73% of women feel itchiness in intimate area during menstruation. Also, burning pain sensation is mostly due to the use of non-breathable sanitary napkins. Therefore, if you want to be safe from burning pain and injury, it is important to choose a suitable sanitary napkin. The sanitary napkins generally consist of surface layer, absorbing layer and bottom layer. Please put in consideration of the materials and functions of these three parts.



The surface layer should be selected from the dry mesh funnel type. Dry surface layer can protect the skin from moisture; funnel design is better than flat design. The penetrated liquid is not easily reflowed outward.



The middle layer is preferably ventilated and contains a highly efficient gelatinized layer. A sanitary napkin containing a highly effective gelatinized layer that trap the liquid into gel state, no back osmosis even after pressing and no sticky feeling on the surface.



The bottom layer is made out of breathable material, which allows water vapour molecules to pass through smoothly, thereby achieving timely discharge of moisture. Allowing the sanitary napkins in removing body moisture, effectively reducing the hot and dampness between the sanitary napkin and the body. You will stay dry and fresh.

Also note the following:

Note the date of manufacture

Pay attention to the date of manufacture, shelf life and manufacturer factory when buying anything. Avoid buying non-quality products from unsatisfactory manufacturers or expired products.

Note on product types

Sanitary napkins divided into 3 types: daily, night, and pantyliner. Pay attention to which one to buy, of course, in certain days, these types can be use on the same day. First few days, you can use daily and night types, after that, use the pantyliner. Pay attention to the selection of famous brands. In recent years, the safety of sanitary napkins has received much attention, and the problem of adding fluorescent agents has been deeply disturbing. Although well known brands can’t escape the risk of being counterfeit by “small factory”, but at least they still have some guarantees. We should change the brand regularly to increase the safety factor. Pay attention to the quantity of the menses. The menstrual period is generally 4 to 7 days, and at least 3-4 sanitary napkins are replaced every day. Especially in the first 2-3 days, the changing pads is more frequent. Use daily types during the day, while, use the night types at night. After that, use the pantyliner. So that you have enough quantity to make it through. It is best to choose not to have scent. After all, no scent is always good.

Sanitary napkins are inseparable partners for women during menstruation, but if these points are not to be bother about, then, “good partner” may become the “murderer” who hurts you!

Sanitary napkins are inseparable partners for women during menstruation, but if these points are not to be bother about, then, "good partner" may become the "murderer" who hurts you!

Pay attention to these 5 points when using sanitary napkins!

1) How often do you change the sanitary napkin?

During menstruation, women’s resistance decline, intimate parts are hot and humid. If you do not change the sanitary napkin for a long time, it is not only prone for the genital to be itchy. It may also cause bacterial growth and induce vaginitis!

Recommendation: Replace the sanitary napkin every 2-4 hours or so.

2) Do you wash your hands before changing the sanitary napkin?

Everyone was educated from an early age: wash their hands before and after meals, but would you wash your hands before changing the sanitary napkins?

When changing the sanitary napkin, the hand will inevitably come into contact with the top of the sanitary napkin. If the hands are not clean, the sanitary napkins can be easily contaminated. Do you wish to use a piece of contaminated sanitary napkin?

Recommendation: It is always better to prevent, so wash your hands before changing the sanitary napkin.

3) Where is your sanitary napkin stored?

In terms of ease of use, it is very convenient to put the sanitary napkin in the bathroom. However, it is not safe to put in the bathroom! It is the condition of the toilets that have no sunshine, humid and no ventilation all day long. Under such conditions, the sanitary napkins are prone to moisture and fungus when you first open the whole package at once!

Recommendation: When sanitary napkins are placed in the bathroom, you can purchase sanitary napkins that are individually packaged and sealed.

4) Which fabric would you choose?

Currently, the most common fabrics are cotton surface and mesh, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The transient effect of the mesh surface is good. As a daily necessity that is in close contact with the skin (and is a particularly thin and sensitive part of the skin), the uppermost layer of the sanitary napkin, that is the mesh surface, has primary responsibility for sensitization. The mesh surface is roughly divided into two types: 1) cotton mesh surface, which is made from water-spun non-woven fabric, which is softer and less sensitive; 2) perforated film, also known as dry mesh surface. It is made of polyethylene film with small holes, which is more sensitizing. No matter whether it is the mesh surface or the thin film, there must be no scent, colour spots and no colour pattern.

The cotton mesh is very loose and the liquid penetrates faster. The dry mesh surface itself is a waterproof material. After the liquid enters the lower layer through the small hole, it is not easy to reflowed outward, so the skin feels drier. The cotton surface is more skin-friendly and does not hurt the vulva (outer vagina lips). The absorption effect is also good.

Suggestion: Choose the right one for yourself. If your vulva is more sensitive, choose a skin-friendly sanitary napkin to prevent allergies. It is generally not easy to leak sideways.

5) ) Do you use a sanitary napkin with a scent?

Women with menstruation generally have a bloody smell around their private part of their body, if there is gynaecological inflammation, the odour will be stronger. Thus, many people will choose a sanitary napkin with fragrance and herbal scent.

But this is not a cure for the symptoms. Fragrance additives can cause allergies, it can destroy the balance of acid and alkali in the private part, leading to dysbacteriosis and causing inflammation. Cool sanitary napkins may cause cold uterus!

Recommendation: Choose a sanitary napkin that is eco-friendly, non-additive, and will not cause sensitive skin irritation.