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Because awkwardness is no excuse to stay in the dark about your lady parts. Coming in for your annual women's health exam can be anxiety-inducing itself, and speaking up about a nonexistent libido, sex on your period, or how you smell down there is even more uncomfortable and sometimes scary. While you should never stay mum when it comes to your health, you can make your next convo with your gynecologist easier by coming armed with the following knowledge about common womanly concerns. We all smell differently. If you're self-conscious about your odor, try drinking more water, [ Tweet this tip! And-no-brainer-quit smoking; the smell permeates everything-and we mean everything.
Going to the gynecologist is routine medical care for most women , but even after years spent in the stirrups, many patients are still apprehensive when it comes time for their annual appointment. In fact, these doctors have seen it all, from patients with interesting ideas about how to take care of their bodies to performing life-saving surgeries right in the nick of time. And if you want to keep those visits to the doctor to a minimum this year, discover these easy ways to be a healthier woman! Their recommendation? Just mild soap and water will do.