Back to Sexual health. The stock library no longer exists. Image was incorporated into the webpage during the subscription term and can be used indefinitely in the same page - subject to thinkstock subscription rules. Vaginas are designed to help us have and enjoy sex, have periods and have babies. But what's normal and what's not?
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Despite what you may have heard, a jade egg inserted in your vagina will not balance your hormones, increase bladder control, or regulate menstrual cycles. Essentially, a woman sits on a mini throne while steam infused with mugwort swirls around the vaginal opening, supposedly entering and permeating the uterine walls. Beyond the fact that this is both ridiculous and worthless, there have been reports of genital burns. Many of my patients report stinging or burning with these lubricants.
5 Things You Definitely Should Not Be Doing to Your Vagina
By contrast, if you switch things up, you may find that your partner's experience is more satisfying, since delaying their orgasm can make it stronger, says Brandon. So save your signature skills for the grand finale and experiment with these 17 ways to touch your partner's vagina. Early on in your encounter—before they've gotten so turned on that her hood retracts—give the hot spot on her vagina a little love: Trace their inner labia upwards until you find the fold just above their clitoris, and stroke it with your fingertips, making sure your digits are sufficiently slick with lube. First, let's get one thing straight: the G-spot isn't some mystical, hidden pleasure zone—it's just an internal portion of the clitoris. The clitoris is so much more than that little bud you see at the top of the labia; the wishbone-shaped organ actually extends up to five inches inside the body, and you can stimulate it with that classic "come-hither" motion you've probably heard about before.
Thinking about it, we've never been told the correct way to be washing our vagina. We know that we shouldn't be washing it too much, but just enough which is..? And occasionally products are marketed to us that are especially made for this purpose, but how are we actually supposed to know the best way to look after our sensitive area? Because of course - some women are very sensitive down below. And wanting to keep it clean and healthy without using products that will leave you feeling irritable is completely normal, but actually, it turns out you may be worrying about it a little bit too much….