You’ve probably heard that your vagina is not a car. The truth is that it’s a complex, self-regulating part of your body that needs to be kept healthy. Vaginal pH, bacterial composition, and moisture levels are maintained naturally. Incorrectly putting unapproved “medicine” into your vagina can upset this delicate balance. Additionally, it can damage the vagina’s lining, making you more susceptible to bleeding and infection.
There are many myths about your womanhood. First of all, it’s important to understand the anatomy and physiology of the vagina. Women have many parts that don’t have the same physiology. They differ in terms of structure, function, and anatomy. There are even differences in terminology. During pregnancy, the vagina and vulva are connected by a tube called the fallopian tube.