One of the world most Dangerous disease, ovarian cancer is known as the “silent killer” and surprising number of women is affected. According to many scientists in the United States, vaginal washing, which practiced some women thinking that this makes them cleaner, can be very dangerous.
If you do not know, rinsing is a practice that means spraying water or liquid water into the private part. According to one survey, 29% of the 232 people admitted that they are regularly washed, and 57% said that they never did it. According to the research flushing can be associated with cervical cancer, reduced fertility, fungal infections and pelvic inflammatory disease.
Most women think that washing increases the purity of the private part, but in fact, this practice can cause some serious health problems. But ovarian cancer is known as the silent killer and it is because women often do not experience any symptoms until the disease progresses to the last stage.
And the connection between ovarian cancer and rinsing is even stronger because of the way the researchers researched only women who did not have cancer genes in the family.