11 doctors weighed in:

Is good to use toothpaste as feminine wash?

11 doctors weighed in
Dr. Andrew Killgore
Dentistry - Cosmetic
3 doctors agree

In brief: No

No. May i ask where you thought this might be a good idea?

In brief: No

No. May i ask where you thought this might be a good idea?
Dr. Andrew Killgore
Dr. Andrew Killgore
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Cole Livingston
Emergency Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: No

Toothpaste is not indicated for cleaning any part of the body aside from the mouth, teeth, and gums.
There are products on the market that are indicated for feminine hygiene, although douching is not recommended because it eliminates helpful bacteria and leaves a woman susceptible to infections by yeast and harmful bacteria.

In brief: No

Toothpaste is not indicated for cleaning any part of the body aside from the mouth, teeth, and gums.
There are products on the market that are indicated for feminine hygiene, although douching is not recommended because it eliminates helpful bacteria and leaves a woman susceptible to infections by yeast and harmful bacteria.
Cole Livingston
Cole Livingston
Answer assisted by Cole Livingston, Medical Student
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Dr. Mike Deldar
Dentistry - Cosmetic
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No

There are much better product is available to use for that.

In brief: No

There are much better product is available to use for that.
Dr. Mike Deldar
Dr. Mike Deldar
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Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Absolutely NO!

Toothpaste is great for teeth.
For feminine hygiene there are products specific, but consult with your doctor first. See your medical doctor if you have concerns regarding feminine hygiene.

In brief: Absolutely NO!

Toothpaste is great for teeth.
For feminine hygiene there are products specific, but consult with your doctor first. See your medical doctor if you have concerns regarding feminine hygiene.
Dr. Stephen Gordon
Dr. Stephen Gordon
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