Douches will help the odor, but you may not want to use them very often, because that could become harmful, discharge is something every woman has so douching will not get rid of it
Water and vinigar douches would be a much better remedy and if it continues a gynacologist will be the answer,
You should see your doctor it could be a yeast infection. Its normal for women to have discharge it means you are ovulating. Note: If you have a yeast infection your discharge does not have an odor. Nor would there be an odor when ovulating. If there is an odor it could be bacterial vaginosis or an std
If it is strictly an odor, no. Sometimes odor can be a result of infections though, this can affect your fertility. All women naturally have a vaginal odor. This is because the vagina is a self-cleaning organ. The odor is just the smell of your vagina discharge. This discharge changes with your cycle. When your discharge is clear and stretchy, this is generally the sign that you are ovulating (which is the best time to try to conceive). The odor of discharge is often strongest during ovulation or right before your period. Exercising can also change the consistency and odor of your discharge as well. So to answer your question, odor alone will not affect your fertility but the reason for the odor can affect your fertility.
If there is vaginal discharge that is watery white, but there is no itching or odor for a month, this is a completely natural bodily function.
Is yellow vaginal discharge without foul odor or higher than 4.5 pH or itching and burning normal and what is the normal amount of discharge per day?
yes not always, but shouldn't have odor.
Sometimes your body produces this discharge as a means to clean itself. If there is no foul odor and if it is not chronic, its usually normal (*I am not a doctor*) and nothing to worry about. The white thick discharge that you see is called vaginal secrections. Like said before if it does not have a odor than it's normal.
Yes, as long as it's not a really powerful odor. If you are worried you can always try rePHresh, or ask your gyno.
If your discharge is associated with pain, odor, painful urination, or itching, see your health care provider.
will buffer ph help with odd in discharge
It's normal to experience some form of odor yes. If you experience discharge then see your doctor as it could be yeast. Its also very common to contract a yeast infection or a UTI after a miscarriage. Im sorry about your loss.