Dr. Drai, a board-certified obgyn and a practicing physician and teaching faculty member at Magee-Womens Hospital, says most of his clients want to know more about their vaginas and sexual health. They come in to see him with (fishy) odors and want to know how to fix it. Many douche or take tub baths using those hard to resist bath goodies from Bath and Body Works, The Body Shop or other places, that can lead to problems down there. They run see the obgyn thinking they have an STD (SuzyKnew! believes getting checked out by the doc is a good thing). Sometimes it is an STD, and sometimes it’s bacterial vaginosis. But, often it’s our vagina regimen that’s the problem.
Many of us get our vagina regimens from our mothers, grandmothers and aunts who don’t always have the latest medical info. Douching and spraying feminine hygiene products aren’t good ways to keep it healthy down there. While at first all seems and smells good; these practices can run afoul. SuzyKnew! brought you Straight Talk On Feminine Hygiene and Douching, and now Dr. Drai keeps the conversation going.
Dr. Drai explains how he helps his clients get on the right track for vaginal and sexual health. For more info from Dr. Drai, see DrDrai.com.
Dr. Draion M Burch, DO (Dr. Drai) is among the country’s most well-known and respected obygn physicians and surgeons. He travels throughout the US lecturing on insights and strategies for improving women’s health. He is also a respected expert, visionary and leading thinker in the area of transgender health. Dr Drai has been published in leading medical journals and is frequently called upon by local and national media to give a fresh perspective and new information on women’s health trends.