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Join the Binyoh Team as a Temporary Marketing Specialist ! Are you a passionate and dynamic individual with a flair for engaging with people? Do you want to be a part of a groundbreaking femtech startup that's empowering African women in their sexual and reproductive health journey? Look no further! Job Title: Temporary Marketing Activation Specialist Duration: 1-week contract Location: Abuja, Nigeria About Binyoh: Binyoh Inc. is a leading female health technology (femtech) startup dedicated to providing tailored sexual and reproductive health content to African women. Our innovative app offers a safe space for women to connect, learn, and access professional advice on their intimate health needs. Job Description: As a Temporary Marketing Activation Specialist at Binyoh, you will play a pivotal role in spreading the word about our app and onboarding new female users. You will be the face of Binyoh during physical activations, connecting directly with potential users and guiding t

5 tips to prevent and treat vaginal infections

1. Keep your vagina clean and dry. 

Wash your vulva with warm water and mild soap every day. Avoid using scented or harsh products that can irritate your skin. Change your underwear and pads or tampons frequently. Wear cotton underwear and loose-fitting clothes that allow air circulation.

2. Practice safe sex. 

Use condoms or dental dams every time you have sex. Limit your number of sexual partners and get tested for STIs regularly. Avoid having sex if you or your partner have any symptoms of a vaginal infection.

3. Eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of water. 

Eating foods rich in probiotics, such as yoghurt, kefir, sauerkraut, or kimchi, can help maintain the balance of your vaginal flora. Drinking water can help flush out toxins and bacteria from your body.

4. Manage your stress levels and get enough sleep. 

Stress and lack of sleep can weaken your immune system and make you more susceptible to infections. Try to relax and get at least seven hours of sleep every night.

5. See your doctor regularly for check-ups and screenings. 

Your doctor can examine your vagina and cervix for any signs of infection or abnormality. You should also get a Pap smear every three years (or more often if recommended by your doctor) to screen for cervical cancer.

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