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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

Can you treat vaginal infection with steam?

Vaginal steaming is a practice that involves sitting over a pot of boiling water mixed with herbs. Some people claim that it can cleanse the vagina, balance the pH, and treat infections. But is there any scientific evidence to support these claims? The answer is no. 

Vaginal steaming is not only ineffective, but also potentially harmful. It can cause burns, irritation, allergic reactions, and infections. The vagina has its own self-cleaning mechanism and does not need any external intervention. In fact, introducing steam or other substances can disrupt the natural balance of bacteria and pH, making infections more likely. 

If you have symptoms of a vaginal infection, such as itching, discharge, odour, or pain, you should see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. Do not try to self-treat with vaginal steaming or other home remedies. You may end up worsening your condition or masking a more serious problem. Vaginal steaming is a myth that has no basis in science. It is not a safe or effective way to treat vaginal infections or improve your health. Avoid this practice and seek professional medical advice instead.

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