Here the medical treatments are pretty much the same for married and unmarried women. In other countries where there are different cultural and religious concerns, the treatments can vary a bit. For example, treating a vaginal yeast infection here is pretty easy for any female whether she be an unmarried teenager or married woman with five kids. You go to the store and get a cream and applicator to insert miconazole into the vagina. In some other countries a product called Crystal X is used. It has a phallic shape, and apparently changes the Ph of the vagina to get rid of the yeast.
The difference is that married women are instructed to insert the product to a depth of 4 centimeters and turn it. Unmarried girls are instructed to put the stone-like object into water, and then use the water to wash the area. In translating the language into English, the vagina is also referred to as Miss V. Here, we do not see a problem with using medical terms for medical reasons. You could look at this as a backwardness of a people, but maybe it is just being discreet and protective. After all, the product is readily available for purchase. Continue reading