It's something we need to talk about, though, because what goes into your vag could potentially have serious consequences. As always, talk to your doctor or a qualified medical professional if you have any pressing questions. It's also worth considering that any time you dye your hair, dye drips from the hair onto the skin below, no matter what you do — and the smallest amount of dye on your vulva or in your vagina could result in pain and irritation. On the outside, the messages seem innocent enough. No matter what your problem is, there's definitely a solution that doesn't involve douches. Not only does your vagina not need to be "cleaned out" — douches also leave your pH levels out of whack and mess up that perfect, natural mixture of good bacteria in your vag, so you're at a much higher risk of getting a yeast infection if you use them. And there are more serious risks, too: using douches increase your likelihood of contracting pelvic inflammatory disease by a whopping 73 percent. Check out Bustle's new podcast, Honestly Though , which tackles all the questions you're afraid to ask. Some studies suggest that consistent douching might even be linked to lowering fertility.
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