Vaginal Wetness …..

Taking a bath or shower feels awesome, especially right after a long day. However, if you’re like many other women, then right after that awesome feeling comes the incoming wetness in your underwear or between your legs. You dab dry, might even use toilet paper to aid in “drying” your vaginal area, only to notice the dampness again. Well you are not alone and If you don’t know what it feels like…(insert clap here ) you my fraaand are lucky! But for the many others that do experience this, you may appreciate this post. I have come across a few possible solutions in my life but also remember your vagina is like a cave…heheheh. And when water goes in….it may take it a while to trickle back out.

GYN-First if you have an odor coming with the wetness or unusual discharge call your GYN. I can’t stress this enough ladies. Find a Gynecologists you can be friends with. This makes everything so much easier.

Blow Drying- This is what I use. On a low setting for about 60 seconds or more if I need more time. I do this every time I get out of the shower. It’s great but has become addictive. I feel so fresh and clean and DRY!!! At first I had to use cool air, but now the warm setting is my fave. Blow-drying really can dry you out, so I am cautious to never blow-dry for too long and I always keep the dryer at a certain distance waving it back and fourth. But again this is what I do…not saying you should try it.

Next is a panty liner. It doesn’t have to stay on for hours but for a few minutes to catch the water so your underwear won’t get wet. Isn’t that the worse feeling in the world!

You can also try a dry washcloth or towel between your legs for a few minutes after you get out. It will absorb any after-moisture once you have exited the bathroom.

I’m sure there are many other approaches. I have had ladies hypothesize that their wetness was caused from yogurt to detergents. Do you have any you have heard of? Drop a line in the comments.I’ll update and revisit this post.

Published by myjollyclam

Kristi is a registered nurse and currently works in community health. She always researched for commonalities of other women dealing with feminine issues on the web but felt the information she came across was shallow and lacked in depth real stories. As her medical career lengthened she began to notice that women of all ages would feel comfortable discussing feminine issues with her. For years she would brainstorm on ways to make these issues less taboo....incoming: My Jolly Clam.

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