Why not go in a wet bathing suit: TOP-3 good reasons

Beach season, it is safe to open. But do not forget about the safety rules.

Wherever you were, after swim – don’t go in wet bathing suits, because it is fraught with the loss of intimate health, reports “Home”.

“Fungi and bacteria love to grow in damp and dark places. For example, in your wet bathing suit or sweat suit,” said the dermatologist, assistant clinical Professor Alyssa Dweck.

TOP 3 good reasons why you should faster to change into dry clothes:

1. It’s the perfect combination for bacteria

Swimsuits absorb water that is in the pool, in the sea, contains a lot of bacteria. The idea that sea water is sterile, because it has a lot of iodine and salt is just confusing.

Of sea water or of insufficiently purified water in the pool you can get a bacterial vaginitis or a urinary tract infection.

Here are the warning signs of the disease: changes in vaginal discharge, including an unpleasant smell or grayish color, itching, swelling or tenderness can signal a bacterial vaginitis. Symptoms of UTI include a strong and persistent urges to urinate, burning when urinating, pelvic pain and cloudy urine.

At the first signs you should go to the doctor for prescribed medicines.

2. It is a hotbed of fungi

Fungal signs of yeast infection: severe itching (inside or out), cheesy discharge.

Fortunately, treatment can begin with non-prescription drugs from fungal infections. If they don’t help, consult a doctor.

3. This can lead to itchy rashes

There is a type of fungi-dermatophytes, which are distributed on the inner thighs and genitals. This is a different type of fungi than in the previous paragraph, but they will like it even more.

Though, because a rash from them can be seen all around, and the beach is hard to leave.
Itchy rash red with oozing content – guaranteed to spoil your holiday.

To avoid this, wipe dry after each bath and change into dry.