Dangerous disease, ovarian cancer is known as the “silent killer” and affects a surprisingly large number of women. According to many scientists in the United States, flushing intimate area, which practiced some women thinking they are so clean, it can be very dangerous.
If not, rinse the practice of splashing water in the intimate area. According to one study,29% of the 232 people admitted that they are regularly washed, and 57% said they never did. According to the survey flushing may be associated with cervical cancer, reducedfertility.
This practice can lead to serious health problems. Women often do not experience any symptoms of ovarian cancer until the disease progresses to the last stage. The link betweenovarian cancer and rinsing is even stronger because the researchers only studied women whohad cancer genes in the family.