You should try below tips
- Wash area gently with warm water couple of times a day, pat it dry with a soft washcloth afterward. This can help prevent bacteria from getting into or staying in the wound.
- Don't use harsh or perfumed soaps, this can affect the delicate pH balance of your vagina.
- Make sure the area is dry before you get dressed again.
- Wear cotton underwear and loose bottoms until it’s healed.
If you have cuts in your vagina, you should avoid vaginal penetration until the wounds are healed. Penetration could reopen or worsen the cut and introduce new bacteria. This may cause the cut to bleed or swell. It can also lead to infection.
If you do have sex while your cut is healing, use protection. Having unprotected sex while you have an open wound increases your risk of transmitting or developing infectious disease.
Depending on where your cut is, you may also want to avoid tampons and menstrual cups while it heals. Using a panty liner or pad to catch period blood may help speed up the healing process.
Eat healthy and well-balanced diet, that will help your skin heal quickly.
Vitamin C or D deficiency can impact your skin tissue strength and cause it to tear easily more. Take Protein, zinc and vitamin c it can help for faster wound-healing.
When to see your doctor
Most simple vaginal cuts will heal within a week or so. They usually don’t leave any lasting marks or result in any long-term complications.
You should see your doctor if:
- bleeding is there
- yellow or cloudy fluid is present
- pain is severe