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It should be introduced as compulsory viewing in schools. While the crux of her new project, Womanhoodis taking pictures of female bodies, the accompanying Channel 4 documentary offers up conversations with trans women, gay women, virgins, older women and young women about pretty much everything to do with the vagina. There is a hideous amount of shame that still surrounds female genitalia.

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So, vaginal health is a topic that women want to know more about, believe us we know even if it isn't a widely discussed subject. Scented products can irritate your vaginathere's a 'proper' way to clean your vagina AND you should always make sure you've dried yourself properly after the shower as yeast infections thrive in moist conditions. Anyway, Khloe K has divulged her top tip for vaginal health and we're not quite sure what to think.

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Gynaecologists have warned women against undergoing vaginal steaming treatments after a year-old woman sustained second-degree burns from attempting one. Vaginal steaming has surged in popularity in recent years thanks to endorsements from celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Chrissy Teigen. The case study, published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canadadetails how the woman had attempted the treatment to reduce vaginal prolapse, a condition whereby one or more of the organs in the pelvis, such as the uterus or bladder, slips from its normal position and bulges into the vagina. Among treatments listed, it includes surgery, lifestyle changes and hormone treatment.

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But some women say when a queef happens it can be a turn off for their men, leaving them feeling embarrassed. Professor Elna McIntosh, a clinical sexologist for more than 30 years, said there is nothing to be ashamed about. She explained that a queef occurs when air gets into a vagina during arousal, penetration, and even during exercise.