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Police are treating the car fire and stabbings on Melbourne's Bourke Street as a 'terrorism event'.

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The man who was shot by police after stabbing three people in the Melbourne CBD has died in hospital. If you go to your GP with a sore back, knee pain or a headache, you'll probably feel quite comfortable telling them what's going on.

But when the body part that's causing you trouble is inside your underwear, it's often a different story. Women will ignore symptoms that involve their vulva or vagina because they feel embarrassed or ashamed. Some even fail to recognise when something's gone awry in the first place.

Ignoring symptoms — such as changes in appearance, pain or irritation — can mean you might miss picking up on a skin Australian women pussy, infection, or sexually transmitted disease. You may also miss something more sinister. It's estimated that more than 6, Australian women will be diagnosed Australian women pussy gynaecological cancer this year.

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Most people use the term "vagina" when describing female genitalia. What they are actually referring to is the vulva.

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The vulva is the general name given to the external parts of the female genitals. It includes the inner and outer lips the labiathe clitoris, the Australian women pussy opening and the vaginal entrance.

The vagina is the tubular muscle that runs from the uterus to the external opening. It allows for sexual intercourse and childbirth, and is the passage for menstrual flow.

Vulvas, like other body parts, are unique. They come in all shapes, sizes and colours, and no two look the same. Dr Farrell says it's important for women to know what their vulva looks like, so they're better able to detect abnormalities or changes in the skin.

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While washing your hands, feet and hair with soap or similar products is hygienic, it's not a good idea to do the same with your vulva. The vagina has its own environment and it cleans itself," Dr Farrell said. If you feel you need to wash your vulva, Dr Farrell suggests warm water and a soap substitute.

Steer clear of soaps and perfumed bath products. The same goes for talcum powder: Dr Farrell says it's a good idea to wear cotton underwear, and to change out of Australian women pussy swimwear and sweaty leggings as soon as you can. Women often mistake any vulval symptoms for thrush — a yeast infection with symptoms that include itching, redness, swelling and a cottage cheese-like discharge.

Vulval irritation is relatively common in women of all ages, and is often the result of a skin condition or infection. While Australian women pussy cases improve with treatment, there are a few rare conditions that can become serious if left untreated.

Most of time, Australian women pussy discharge is perfectly normal — it serves as an important function of the reproductive system and helps to keep the vagina clean.

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Australian women pussy While some women won't have any discharge, others will have quite a bit, and this will vary depending on where they are in their menstrual cycle, or whether they are pregnant or breastfeeding. If the discharge, however, is Australian women pussy by itchiness or burning, or the colour, smell or consistency seems unusual, it may be a sign of infection — and time for a visit to the GP.

Similar to the gut, the vagina has its own microbiome — an ecosystem of important bacterial communities — that helps to keep us healthy and protect us from infection. A healthy vagina is rich in 'good' bacteria mainly Lactobacilli that help to keep the populations of the 'bad' microorganisms in check.

Vaginal odour is a reflection of whatever bacteria are living inside the vagina, and it varies according to our age, Dr Farrell says. It may become particularly odorous or unpleasant if a woman has an infection, like bacterial vaginosis, she says. It Australian women pussy another different odour because there is no oestrogen, so it a slightly more male-like odour," she said.


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