i have many questions about my vagina. 1. would good hygiene and a good diet really maintain a tasty && unscented vagina? 2. i think my vagina looksz weird , what does an abnormal vagina look like? 3.is putting lotion around my bikini line a good idea? i dont want it to appear and feel dry?!?
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1) Good hygiene and a good diet should help to maintain a <i>healthy</i> vagina and is something every woman should be mindful of. In terms of taste, well, that depends on personal preference. Vaginas, vulvas and such taste different to different people and because they're different from each other and not everyone will like the taste. Some people love it. It's incredibly varied, so to lump something into a generalization like "will it taste good (to everyone)" is a pretty useless way of thinking about it.
Also, there really is no such thing as an unscented vagina. All healthy vaginas have some odor to them.
2) How many vaginas other than your own have you seen? (If you're referring to your external genitals, ie: labia, clitoris, etc, that's called the vulva) Frankly, there is no such thing as abnormal female genitals; they all look vastly different from one another, but if they're causing you pain and discomfort in any way, then a checkup with your gyn is in order. You can also pose that same question to him/her because doing what they do, they've doubtless seen many many vulvas and can tell you how varied they are.
3) I don't see why not, so long as you don't get any lotion inside your genitals.
. .hopefully that helped and wasn't too rambly. .
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