Understanding Your Vagina | The Basics

Recurring infections can lead to complications with these organs near the vaginal opening.

We explain the elusive tissue that means so much to society.

Let's examine what's normal and what's not when it comes to your genital anatomy.

Wearing vaginal fluid as perfume isn't new but it's having a resurgence, thanks to influencers.

Irritation and UTIs could be some results you didn't expect.


YouTube videos help spread dubious—potentially dangerous—advice about urinary tract infections.

There's a lot of talk about vaginal pH and how to maintain it. Let's clear the air, shall we?

Common ingredients in lubricants may cause health issues, but alternatives are available.

Revelations about intimate products are all over social media, but are the items necessary?

A mild scent is normal, but if you notice any changes, it's time to see a doctor.

People prone to yeast infections may be tempted to turn to probiotics, but here's what to know.

Maintaining your vaginal microbiome is important for your whole body.

Having a bun in the oven brings on a bunch of bodily developments.

Words matter, often more than we even realize. Just ask Gwyneth Paltrow.

Yep, 'blue vulva' is one of the reasons. Here's what can help.

Self-lubrication depends on a number of factors and varies person to person.

Understanding your vagina is important but experts say you won't find answers with this product.

Research is uncovering just how important 'good' bacteria can be for your health.

If staining of undergarments has happened to you, don't be alarmed. It's totally normal.

While elasticity has nothing to do with your body count, you can strengthen your pelvic floor.

Doctors warn against the latest viral suggestion involving ivermectin to treat COVID-19.

There's a difference between arousal and normal vaginal fluids.

A hard-to-penetrate vagina may not mean what you think it does.

The often unexplored territory between your clitoris and vagina deserves your attention.

It's time to face facts: Douching is bad for you—and your vagina.

It’s about to get real—let’s talk about vaginal discharge.

Understanding the truth about your vaginal health is essential to preventing serious illness.

Prevent and treat some of the unpleasant symptoms of maturing.

Two experts weigh in on all your noisy vag concerns.

Itching down below? Here's a list of possible causes along with helpful treatments.

If you're worried about what you look like down there, stop stressing.

Sexually active? Keep your pH balanced and your vagina healthy with these tips.

Vaginal discharge cleans and protects the cervix, and can also alert women to potential issues.

Diet and lifestyle changes can result in a healthy vagina and improved well-being.