The Biome Blog

Study: Vaginal Douching Increases Risk of Vaginal Infections

A 2020 study from the Journal of the Turkish-German Gynecological Association found an increased risk of vaginal infections among women who performed vaginal douching (VD). 
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Impacts of Bar Soaps on Vaginal Health: An Interview with OB/GYN Christina Enzmann

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A Naturopath’s Approach to Vaginal Care: Q&A with Aimée Gould Shunney, ND

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Feminine Hygiene Products May Be Source of Toxic Chemicals

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A Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Approach for Vulvodynia

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Treating Vulvar Pain: Q&A with Physical Therapist Stephanie Prendergast

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“Nature Reviews Urology” Explores Potential Non-Antibiotic Interventions for UTIs

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Urogynecologist Dr. Betsy Greenleaf on the BV-UTI Connection

Urogynecologist Dr. Betsy Greenleaf is a premier women’s health expert, entrepreneur, inventor, and business leader who specializes in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery for over 20 years. Dr. Greenleaf, is a trailblazer as the first female in the United States to become board certified in urogynecology.
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Osel Study Proves L.crispatus as an Effective Treatment for Recurrent BV

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