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9. Build Your Immunity

eat healthy

A strong immunity can reduce the risk of developing vaginitis by helping your body fight off infections.

  • Follow a well-balanced diet with an adequate amount of vitamins A and C, zinc, selenium and iron to build immunity.
  • Eat immune-boosting foods, such as oranges, green tea, ginger, garlic, cayenne pepper, mushrooms, apples, carrots, sweet potatoes, beans, broccoli and strawberries.
  • Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water a day.
  • Maintain an adequate amount of vitamin D in your body by exposing yourself to early morning sunlight for 15 minutes daily.
  • Get proper rest and enjoy sound sleep daily.
  • Exercise for 30 minutes, 5 times a week.
  • Keep a positive outlook toward life.

10. Maintain Vaginal Hygiene

feminine hygiene

Good hygiene can help prevent vaginitis. It also helps relieve some of the symptoms and promotes quick recovery.

  • Change your underwear daily and wash them in hot water.
  • Dry your underwear under direct sunlight from time to time.
  • Wear cotton underwear and loose-fitting pants or skirts. Do not wear tight-fitting underwear.
  • Avoid panty liners and underwear made from synthetic fiber.
  • Avoid excess washing and rinsing out of the vagina.
  • Avoid douching, taking baths with bubble bath or soap, and using soap to wash the genital area.
  • Avoid using perfumed toilet papers and feminine hygiene products.
  • Wipe from front to back after using the toilet.
  • Change out of wet clothes like swimsuits as soon as possible.


Medic for Vaginitis was last modified: September 8th, 2017 by Top10HomeRemedies
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13 thoughts on “Medic for Vaginitis”

  1. I am so glad to learn new remedies and would love to hear from you more often. I have problem with UTI some time.

  2. I need help I feel this thing in my Virgin but can’t explain what it is…..deep inside of my it’s feels like egg,something round.please I need medical help but am Ina country where I can’t get help and I don’t have the money or means to help myself .

  3. After looking this up and reading 100s of comments I saw a comment about sensitivity to veggies/fruit in the night shade family like tomatoes or eggplant. And yes that is all it was. Wish I could remember her name and what site but read so many.anywho she posted that he had suffered for 26years and had been given every treatment and i cant remember why she stopped eating things from the nightshade family but it worked for her and it worked for my friend. Goodluck out there.

  4. I have diabetes and always have these reaccuring symptoms I hope some of these hell my Dr. Gave me pills and gel it help but she says I have alot of sugar in my urine but I bake for a living I’m always tasting

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