Underwear should be able to withstand a lot of things. Despite the fact that the most intimate part of the body has dead skin and fibers, sweat, particle feces or vaginal discharge can also end there.
You probably already understand that this wet environment is the perfect place to develop bacteria. When you take this into consideration, you certainly think that it is not right to wear the same underwear for several days in a row. Bacteria will begin to multiply, an unpleasant odor will appear, and inflammation may occur.
Statistics say that every fifth person wears the same pair of panties more than once, without washing in the meantime.
In this case, even wearing the same panties for just two days is too much – what are the consequences?
Sweat and toxins leave the body through the skin, and it can cause itching. If bacteria and fungi begin to multiply on the skin, itching is inevitable. If you do not change your underwear regularly, itching will only get worse.
When the skin comes into contact with microbes, it reacts. There are mainly red rashes that scratch. If you change your underwear every day, the combination of discharge and fecal matter can stimulate the creation of bacteria that cause a rash.
Inflammation of the bladder
If you wear the same underwear for a long time, it is possible to create bacteria that enter the urinary tract and cause inflammation of the bladder.
Poor hygiene and irregular change of underwear to increase the risk of pubic lice.
Due to excessive sweating, the scent can be changed. On the laundry that you do not change regularly can be found bacteria that will further change the smell.
If you get acne in that area, be sure that it is from accumulating sweat and dirt, due to not changing the laundry every day. The vagina reacts like the face, the skin is sensitive and due to poor hygiene, there is a problem.