Jean Hailes November 2018 What’s Hot is the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health free monthly health article published with the permission of the Jean Hailes for Women’s Health (JH).Jean Hailes November 2018 What’s Hot Read more

Before and after menopause, changes can occur “down there”. About half the population have vaginas and vulvas, so let’s make it time to talk about vaginas and vulvas with the same ease we talk about arms and legs. Read more

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“The skin of the vulva is extremely delicate, making it vulnerable to a wide range of conditions. Vulval irritation and vulvitis (inflammation) are common terms…”. Read more

“In general, the golden rule is: vaginal discharge is normal if the colour is clear, white or yellow, it is not smelly, and is not associated with vulval discomfort or tummy pain”. Read more

“Although vaginitis, or inflammation of the vagina, can result from estrogen-related vaginal atrophy, it can also be caused by a yeast or bacterial infection or by irritation from…”. Read more

“If you are worried about the odour of your vulva and vagina, and/or have other symptoms such as itching, burning, irritation, soreness, painful sex or painful…”. Read more