Debunking Myths: Vaginal discharge always means a yeast infection
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Myth: Vaginal discharge always means a yeast infection

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Vaginal discharge is one of the most common experiences women go through. It generally leads to the question, ‘Do I have a yeast infection’? Let’s clear the confusion and locate the facts!

Myth vs Fact around Vaginal Discharge and Yeast Infection -InSync Blog by Nua

Even though the vagina is self-cleaning, it is important to maintain an intimate hygiene routine to avoid any infection. Get your hands on Nua’s range of products for your intimate hygiene needs here.

Through ‘Debunking Myths’, we acknowledge period myths and expose them with verified facts. Let’s debunk more period myths here.

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