Before starting, let’s talk to the majority of women in science. If women are soaked in water for a long time during floods, don’t be too worried or afraid, because under normal circumstances, our bodies are relatively closed. Prevent the bacteria from infecting the upper uterine cavity retrogradely. After we get out of the sewage soak, we should change the underwear as soon as possible, and wash the vulva in time. Be careful not to use dirty water, use pure water or private parts to clean wet wipes to prevent infection.
Next, I will discuss with you the issue of underwear.
The role of underwear is obvious to all. It directly fits the human skin and helps us resist the dirt from the outside. Generally speaking, when children are one and a half years old, they have self-consciousness of toileting, and they will slowly change their diapers and wear them. Underpants, and from then on, underpants have been with us every day. However, at the end of the day, the underwear is not clean.
According to related studies, a pair of dirty underwear will carry about 0.1 grams of feces, and a pair of underwear that has been worn for only 8 hours will flicker more than 1,000 eggs and parasites, and more than 30 million germs, including Harmful Salmonella and E. coli, it can be seen that women's underwear is really dirty after a day, so we have to change them frequently.
So, why are women's underwear so dirty?
1. Residual urine stains
Unlike men, women’s physiological structure determines that they will be more likely to be infected with bacteria when they wear underwear. Because women’s urethral opening is relatively wide, and after going to the toilet, it’s not like a man’s shaking. Even if a woman uses a tissue to soak dry, it is easy to leave urine stains, and these urine stains will end up in their underwear. On the other hand, women’s urethra is much shorter than men’s, which is more likely to cause problems such as urinary tract infections.
2. Residual secretions
There are residual secretions on women’s underwear every day, especially vaginal discharge, which is composed of glandular secretions and mucosal exudates. Under normal circumstances, it appears white or milky white. However, after the vaginal discharge is secreted, it is easy to breed bacteria, and the residue on the underwear can easily cause bacterial infection. In addition, if the color and shape of the leucorrhea change, it may also mean that gynecological diseases are coming, and you need to be more vigilant.
3. Residual menstruation
Women's menstruation occurs almost every 28 days, which is the most troublesome for women. If all menstruation is normal, if there is too much menstrual bleeding, causing lateral leakage, then it can be said to be very embarrassing. It is difficult to clean underwear after menstruation. Unlike sanitary napkins, which can be replaced directly, you have to wear them again. The problem of bacterial infection is more serious.
Therefore, women’s underwear has all kinds of dirty things, which are not clean, so they need to be changed and washed every day. Some women ignore these problems and step into the misunderstanding of wearing underwear, which is even more harmful to their health.