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Tighteningthevagina.com began in December of 2009, since then the site has changed hands and we’ve made some dramatic improvements which we’re really quite proud of!

Here’s a screenshot of the dull, boring original design way back in 2009:

how our website looked in 2009-2010

Fast forward to today. We have a fresh new design, many new articles and reviews, a video section, an informative and helpful newsletter plus lots more. This website has continued to improve over the years. Don’t worry. We’re not done yet! We have lots of great content in store and many more improvements we’re planning on implementing in the months to come.

how our website looks today in 2013!

Based out of Ontario Canada our team strives to give women the information they’re looking for when it comes to female sexuality, vaginal tightening, product reviews and many other topics.

The success of this website is attributed to our great team!

About Our Team:

♡♡♡ Tiffany Williams ♡♡♡

Most of the articles and product reviews are written by Tiffany who does an amazing job researching and ensuring the quality and safety of each product. She doesn’t hold back and gives an amazing insight into which products work and which you should avoid.

Specializing in female sexual health and being a mother of two Tiffany is well versed in many topics that new mothers and mothers to be are wondering about. She also holds sexual health seminars once or sometimes twice a year where she answers women’s questions in person.

♡♡♡ Suzanne Waters ♡♡♡

Responsible for advertising, press releases and others media based tasks Suzanne is a key player in the success of this website. She helps to push our new content out into the web to expand our reader base. Releasing our site updates to media outlets helps us gain coverage of new material when it’s featured.

A special thanks to our friends at:

The Department Of Health Care Services

Another special thanks goes out to:

Jayne Wozniak (Website Development)

Rose Blanchette (Design & Graphics Work)

Adam DeMarko (Coding & Programming)

The best part is we’re still growing. If you want to help contribute to the growth of this website and have a few hours to spare each week please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Truth About Abnormal Vaginal Discharge

Category : Vaginal Hygiene

Many women may think that experiencing vaginal discharge means that something is wrong. Vaginal discharge is actually quite common and healthy even.Woman is worried about abnormal vaginal discharge It acts as a cleaning mechanism for the female reproductive system. The discharge actually cleans the vagina of dead cells and bacteria.

The amount of vaginal discharge a woman experiences depends on certain aspects such as ovulation, sexual arousal, breast feeding, and pregnancy. Some vaginal discharge may have an odor while some may not. Although vaginal discharge can be very normal in women, there is a slight chance that it could mean there is a problem.

Seeing a gynecologist about dischargeAn infection, such as a urinary tract infection or bacterial infection, can cause vaginal discharge to seem ‘different’ or abnormal. Women who are familiar with their body may notice that the discharge is colored or has an odor. This usually means an infection is present in the body.

The best way to diagnose what could be wrong is by visiting a doctor. This is important because the infection could be something much different than you expected. When a woman experiences a UTI, she will feel itching and burning in her vaginal area and also may experience pain while urinating. With a bacterial infection of some sort, a woman may experience a white, gray or yellow discharge with a fishy odor. These need to be treated with antibiotics and generally go away speedily.

Seeing a gynecologist about dischargeDoctors can diagnose abnormal vaginal discharge by asking you a series of questions accompanied with tests in some cases. They may ask questions such as “When did you notice the discharge? Does the discharge have an odor? Do you have any other symptoms?” Your answers can give the doctor a diagnosis and treatment plan for your abnormal discharge. One common infection that many women have encountered is a yeast infection. A yeast infection brings about a thick, white discharge that can be compared to cottage cheese. Along with the discharge, there may be itching and burning in the vaginal area. This is an example of an abnormal discharge and can be treated quite easily.

Almost every woman will experience discharge of some sort in their life and most discharges are considered normal. It is important to be familiar with your body and know what your normal discharge is like. During ovulation, discharge is normally thick and odorless which is healthy and very normal. Although most vaginal discharge is healthy, becoming familiar with how your body reacts will make you more aware when something could be wrong. Abnormal vaginal discharge could mean an infection, an STD, pregnancy, cervical cancer, and other health problems such as diabetes. Try to become familiar with the symptoms of these health problems.

happy and healthy womanIf you want to reduce your chances of abnormal discharge and health problems, there are steps you can take. Make sure to keep yourself clean and wash your vaginal area daily with gentle soap and warm water. Try to avoid douches, feminine sprays, and bubble baths. Make sure that you always wipe front to back to prevent bacteria from causing an infection. Taking care of yourself and knowing what healthy discharge is what will greatly reduce the chances of you experiencing the not so normal vaginal discharge and other related health problems in the future.

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