Vaginal Health Videos
Many women tell us that, even in the “Age of Dr. Google,” there is still so much that they wonder about when it comes to their vaginal health. You’ll be amazed by what you can learn from Dr. O’Shaughnessy’s vaginal-health tutorial series.
Meet Dr. O’Shaughnessy
Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy is a board certified OB/GYN with a specialty in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. She serves on our global panel of experts to help address vaginal health issues. With over 27 years of experience, Dr. O’Shaughnessy is an expert voice to women as well as other medical professionals and has earned the Top Doctor award by Castle & Connolly.
From the Doctor: Why Vagisil?
What causes vaginal itch?
What is vaginal odor? Is it normal?
Why should you use products that are pH balanced?
How do you know that what you’re feeling is vaginal dryness?
Vagisil presents the Mythbuster series.
Even in this day and age, there are so many myths and fictional “vagina facts” about vaginal health. Join gynecologist Dr. O’Shaughnessy and CEO of Vagisil, Keech Combe, as they bust some of the most pervasive vaginal myths.
Intro to the Vagisil Mythbuster Series
Learn about the Mythbuster Series with Vagisil CEO Keech Combe and gynecologist Dr. O’Shaughnessy.
Myth: Nice girls don’t talk about vaginal health.
The vagina is a normal part of your body. Vagisil CEO and gynecologist Dr. O’Shaughnessy discuss the importance of talking about it with other women, your daughters and your doctor.
Myth: For your vagina, any soap will do.
Using some soaps or body washes for vaginal odor can cause vaginal pH imbalance. Vagisil explains the importance of using a wash specially designed for your vaginal area to help maintain a healthy pH balance.
Myth: Dryness only happens to menopausal women.
Menopausal women are not the only ones who have to contend with a dry vagina, lack of lubrication or painful sex. There are several common causes of vaginal dryness that affect young women too. Learn more in this video.
Myth: If it’s itchy it’s a yeast infection.
Vaginal itch is common and normal. Not every vaginal itch is a yeast infection. But sometimes a vaginal itch can be caused by something else. Learn more.
Myth: Vaginal odor is shameful.
We don’t like the term “smelly vagina.” Every woman has her own unique scent — no judgement. But sometimes an unusual odor means something is off. Learn more in this video.
Myth: The vagina is a self-cleaning oven.
Vagisil explains why your vagina deserves special care – including products that won’t upset your vaginal pH balance.