Women issues and Prevention

Our health is a reflection of our choices – our lifestyle choices. Now everyone is more likely to talk about practices like smoking, consuming too much alcohol or red meat. But there are things that we do every day, that are slowly but steadily causing much damage to our health. These are not dangers that you will see coming from miles away, but ones that will crop up on you suddenly.

On International Women’s Day, let us look at the effects of some of these lifestyle practices that are a result of societal conventions of women always looking the best versions of themselves; we urge all women to put their health first by slowly habituating themselves out of these practices, to ensure that they lead longer and fuller lives.

High Heels 

  • Bone and nerve damage
  • Uneven pressure distribution leading to damage of delicate toe bones
  • Stiffness of Achilles tendons, causing your calves to bunch up
  • Extra stress to inner side of knees, leading to osteoarthritis
  • Puts stress on the back and knees because the weight of the body shifts forward for balance. Sore lower back due to unnatural posture and poor alignment.

Corsets/ Shapewear

  • Squishes lungs and ribs leading to rib damage.
  • Organs sometimes get dislocated under the pressure
  • Redness and chafing of skin
  • Indigestion, difficulty to breathe

Padded Undergarment

  • Increases the risk of cancer from bra under-wires.
  • The bra lifts the breast tissue which can lead to tumour formation.
  • Restriction of lymph fluid leads to lumps and cysts
  • Reduces melatonin in the body which directly affects sleep habits and immunity system
  • Reduced circulation

(Really) Skinny Jeans

  • Can result in nerve damage due to nerve compression.
  • Numbness, digestive issues


  • Infections
  • Swelling, rashes

Heavy Handbags

  • Unnatural pressure to one side of your body
  • Bone bruises
  • Back and neck problems
  • Poor posture

There are some illnesses that we still can’t just avoid, but we should definitely take more conscious steps towards keep some diseases at bay, ones that are just are result of our poor lifestyle choices.

If you have want to talk more on this issue, or have any queries regarding your health, you may visit http://euorhealth.com/, and talk to a doctor anytime you want.

Bacterial vaginosis in an unpleasant condition in women which is mostly developed due to poor vaginal care. You must know that the vagina contains both good & bad bacteria. In healthy condition, the good bacteria is more in number than the bad counterpart. When there is a reverse in balance resulting in more bad bacteria compared to good ones it is called bacterial vaginosis. It is one among the most common infections among women at childbearing age.

Reasons leading to Bacterial Vaginosis

So what are reasons that lead to such harmful imbalance in vagina? Well, there are certain conditions which increase the risk of bacterial vaginosis in women. These are:

• Sex with multiple partners or unsafe sex with new partner
• Using IUD as a birth control measure
• Douching
• Not using condom.

It must be noted that the condition is most usual with women who’re highly sexually active & that too unmindfully with random partners.

Symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis

• Abnormal discharge from vagina with unpleasant odour.
• Discharge could be gray or milky.
• Watery or foamy discharge.
• Pungent fish-like odor, particularly post intercourse.
• Burning sensation while urinating.
• Itchy feel surrounding the vagina.

Bacterial Vaginosis test

Do not hesitate to consult your doctor if you are experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned above. In regards to Bacterial Vaginosis test, the doctor will get sample fluid from vagina for testing. The doctor would also go for through examination of vagina. Do not douche or have sex for 24 hours before the doctor take your test.

Cure & Prevention Tips For Bacterial Vaginosis


If your bacterial vaginosis test comes positive, your doctor will prescribe antibiotic medicines for you. If your sex partner is male, he won’t need treatment id you have caught bacterial vaginosis. But if your sexual partner is female, then she might need treatment as bacterial vaginosis can be contagious when it comes to female sex partners.

Prevention tips

Any woman can suffer from bacterial vaginosis. Thus, you must be careful about certain prevention tips.
• Ensure proper balance in vaginal region – use mild soap to wash the anus & vagina everyday. You must wipe up the area from vagina till anus daily. Keep the region comfortable by wearing cotton-lined or cotton underpants. Do not go for tight pants & avoid pantyhose in the summer months.

• Do not douche – You must know that douching might remove good bacteria from vagina which guards the area from infection and in turn abets bacterial vaginosis risks.

• Pelvic exams – You must take pelvic exams on time and your doctor will suggest you on the frequencies of pelvic check-up & STI tests.

• Safe sex – This is really important. Try to stick with one sexual partner & stay loyal to one another, especially when your partner is female. Always use condoms whilst you are having oral, anal or vaginal sex.

Be clean with doctors

If you are having concerns about bacterial vaginosis problem, you must be clear about your sexual partners and the precautions used (or not used) during different sexual activities.


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