Vaginal douchings: my experience

Here you will find the testimony of a french italian woman about her experience with the vaginal douchings:

“I was able to get rid of the vicious circle of cystitis, antibiotics and mycosis a few years ago (it seems like yesterday) thanks to a doctor who listened to me and “educated” me about good/bad practices in case of cystitis.

Right now I live in Italy and here, the use of the bidet is a daily practice. The vaginal douching (if well performed) is recommended by general specialists, gynecologists and urologists especially in case of recurrent cystitis. On the other hand, in France almost everyone is “against”it: “vaginal douching is a bad habit and something dangerous we should avoid”.

However, the vaginal douching if WELL PRACTICED, that is to say with good products, could be a solution in case of cystitis and related disorders. It’s exactly what happened to me with Ausilium Lavanda“.

What is a vaginal douching?

It is the insertion of a liquid in the vagina. First, I have to say that the use of simple tap water and/or soap  should be avoided as it would eliminate part of the “good” flora present in our vagina which ensures the defense against external aggression. There is also the risk of developing a fungal infection (which is precisely what we want to fight here).

We should use a small flexible cannula that fits the vagina without going too deep causing injuries. The liquid should come out from the upper side of the cannula. Ideally, we have to opt for a ready-to-use and disposable vaginal douching to limit the risk of contamination and infection.

The “perfect” vaginal douching in case of postcoital cystitis should be used once a day (or every other day) just before or just after the intercourse and should contain:

– probiotics (Lactobacilli) to support the vaginal flora

– an anti-inflammatory ingredient to calm the vaginal mucosa

– N-acetylcysteine ​​to dissolve possible bacterial biofilms

D-Mannose to combat pathogenic bacteria released by biofilms during its disgregation

– Lactoferrin to prevent yeasts released by biofilms from growing

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