4 Things Women Do, But are Not Approved by Their Gynecologists!

According to the opinion of gynecologists, women sometimes have some bad habits that do not help them much to keep to a good state of health. Not all women are the same, but most of them have these bad habits…

Gynecologists are very good advisers, they care about the health and well-being of women. Their advice should not be taken lightly in the sense that they are responsible for the prevention and treatment of diseases of the genital system, as well as pregnancy disorders.

The bad habits of women:

Like all other parts of the body, the intimate parts also require special attention. However, women are having the mania of committing certain errors throughout the day, which end up affecting vaginal and genital health.

Often, on the pretext of being busy, or because of difficulties in arranging appointments with the gynecologist, some women prefer to do without the advice of the gynecologist for certain problems that they consider as benign and inconsequential.

Yet you have to pay close attention to everything that pertains to the genitals. Some situations may seem very mundane, but in reality they hide other very serious health problems that deserve to be treated by a specialist.

Here are some things that gynecologists recommend women to avoid:

1. Not changing sweaty exercise clothes:

You may be tired, or even busy, but this is not a valid reason to stay with your clothes soaked with sweat after exercising. You run great risks in doing so. Heat and humidity are favorable for yeast growth. These microorganisms are sometimes responsible for vaginal infection.

2. Assume that abundant menstrual bleeding is normal:

According to health professionals, the average blood loss during a menstrual period that usually lasts 3 to 7 days, should be about 80 milliliters. Therefore, any menstrual bleeding greater than normal, requires consultation with a gynecologist.

3. Self-diagnosing yeast infection:

Becoming an elderly woman does not make you an expert in medicine. Do not buy medicines for infections without consulting gynecologists. This can have serious consequences for your health. If you notice any symptoms, itching, vaginal discharge … contact a gynecologist to agree on the treatment to follow.

4. Answer your cell phone during tests, scanners, etc.

When you are about to do tests (scanners, ultrasound…), never use a cell phone and never do a consultation via a video conference as some specialists do nowadays.