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douche

1. a stream of water or air directed onto the body surface or into a body cavity, for cleansing or medical purposes
2. the application of such a stream of water or air
3. an instrument, such as a special syringe, for applying a douche
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Most commercial douches contain fragrance, and synthetic fragrances are a mixture of compounds that often contain phthalates.
Several studies have found that black and Latina women tend to use douches and feminine deodorizers more often than women of other races, and also experience higher rates of bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections.
Don't use antiseptics in the bath water and don't use vaginal douches or deodorants.
Buell, along with Dave Douches, an MSU crop and soil sciences professor, is leading a 5.
With WaterWorks, my patients can regain confidence and have the peace of mind knowing that they're using a healthy, natural alternative to traditional chemical douches.
But those kinds of skaters that do not respect the people who made skating what it is are just a bunch of douches .
In another common scenario, a woman's frequent vulvar irritation or itch turns out to be caused by her use of various deodorants, douches, or fragrance-embedded menstrual pads.
Once-popular Betadine douches that were given the night before surgery fell out of favor when studies showed that vaginal flora recolonize the vagina within 3 hours of a Betadine wash.
Does the victim use any external or internal vaginal products (anti-itch medications, deodorants, douches, suppositories, etc.
Currently, television commercials openly call attention to yeast infections, pregnancy testing, douches, menstrual supplies, and genital scent that can be altered by special deodorant sprays.