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Dear ladies, do not be ashamed at all for these 5 things happening in your body.

These are absolutely normal

By MayaPublished 6 months ago 3 min read

Many changes take place in the body during adulthood. For some of them we even feel embarrassed. Experts tell that every woman should know how to recognize these changes and how to deal with them.

We are advised from childhood to hide ourselves and not share our personal things. This is the reason why we do not know much about our body. The polished-shining female body seen in advertisements makes us feel ashamed of ourselves. While this is not the reality. Actually we all have the same body and what we are hiding by being ashamed, in fact it is the truth of this body. Celebrity Gynecologist and Obstetrician Dr. Riddhima Shetty is talking about some such facts about women's body. So that you can be proud of yourself by emerging from shame.

Changes in the body are normal

There are many changes in our body after gaining the pubertal age. Due to these changes, we also get upset. Especially in adolescence age. We think that physical changes are happening due to some defects in the body. Which are not happening in other people. While the changes in the body are normal, which happen in every person. Gynecologist Dr. Riddhima Shetty in her Instagram post is telling about those 5 physical changes in women's body, their reasons and how to deal with them (don't be ashamed of physical change).

Know about those 5 things which are absolutely normal (facts about women's body)

1 Nipple Hair

It is not uncommon for women to have nipple hairs. There may be dark, coarse hair around the areola. But worrying about it is not right. In most cases, hair on the nipples is not a cause for concern. Know that almost the entire human body is covered with hair and hair follicles. Some body hair may thin out, but some hair, such as leg hair, may become coarser and darker with age. Nipple hair is nothing to be worried about.

2 Body Hair

All women have hair on their body. Depending on the genes, it can be more or less than others. There may also be hair on the face. Sometimes the hair becomes more on the upper lip, chin, chest and back. It is caused by an excess of male hormones called androgens. It can be treated with hormone therapy.

3 Stretch Marks

Stretch marks occur on the breast, waist and lower abdomen due to stretching or rapid contraction of the skin. The sudden change in hormones causes collagen and elastin to break down. Protects the skin. As the skin heals, stretch marks may appear.

If people in your family are more prone to stretch marks, then you may also be at risk. It wears off with time.

4 Dark Armpit and Groin

Acanthosis nigricans is a skin condition that causes discolouration of the folds and folds of the body. It usually affects the armpits, groin and neck. It usually affects the armpits, groin and neck.

5 Vaginal Scent

Everyone's vagina has vaginal odor. It may have a slightly sour or pungent odor. Odor can indicate that the pH level of the vaginal flora is slightly more acidic than normal. This smell is associated with the good bacteria of lactobacilli .

Why does this happen

Dr, Riddhima explains, 'Hormonal changes cause the above mentioned changes in the body. This can happen in any woman after attaining the age of puberty.

This happens earlier in some women, then in others all these symptoms may appear later. This is completely normal. Shouldn't be bothered about it .

Can they be avoided?

If there is more hair than normal on any part of the body, then contact the doctor immediately. It can be cured with hormone therapy. Stretch marks, dark armpits and groin and stretch marks are completely normal. In case of more problems, the help of hormone therapy can be taken. Take a good shower for a vaginal scent. Do not use soap in the vaginal area, drink plenty of water and eat nutritious food. All these problems will go away with all these measures.


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