Vaginal scent is a result of bacteria within the vagina. The vagina is naturally acidic to maintain a healthy balance of 'good' and 'bad' bacteria - these bacteria help keep your vagina healthy and clean. Throughout your menstrual cycle hormonal changes effect your vaginal pH so effecting vaginal bacteria and in turn effecting vaginal scent. During menstruation as well as changes to your hormones the blood itself effects vaginal pH - also blood has a slightly metalic scent to it, and it's nutritious so creates a favourable environment for certain bacteria. Flora changes so scent changes. What sanitary products you use makes a huge difference too. Tampons keep menstrual flow within the body so it cannot be smelled during use, however after use tampons can cause bad odour because they give bacteria the perfect environment to multiply upon and by keeping blood in contact with the vagina they have a larger effect on vaginal pH. Commercial pads, for example Always or Kotex, can also cause more odour by preventing menstrual blood from drying, creating a warm moist environment for bacteria to thrive, and chemicals in these types of pads can themselves cause bad odour.
It could be the result of a vaginal yeast infection. If there's itching and a wierd scent that might be the thing. If it's thick it could be a sign of infertility, you should ask your doctor.
Lymphatic discharge, the whitish shmutz that you find on the jewellery as you are cleaning it. This is a never ending discharge that the body generates to lubricate the tissue in the piercing. Aftercare is a daily process and must be done to prevent this from building up and creating that "scent" that is less than pleasing. Washing the piercings with a good liquid antibacterial soap like "Softsoap" and cleaning the jewellery daily will cut this discharge down and with it the smell that goes along with the discharge. Be sure to dilute the soap with a little water so it's easier to rinse off and out of the piercing.
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they are far bacterial vagnosis i am pretty sure. bacterial vagnosis is not a disease it is an infection in the vagina that cause a fishy scent after sex pain during sex and white discharge. nothing harmful just a little uncomfortable definatly take them for the full 7 days so it goes away completely even if the symptoms go away.
The discharge scent changes, as there is more of it. It should not be an unpleasant odor. That could be a sign of infection. Make sure you keep clean I have noticed a stronger scent during pregnancy, but that is because your vagina has so much more to do to clean itself. It is now also making sure it keeps you clean with the added stress of the baby as well. no I've not heard of that.it could be as a result of infections in the vagina or that u wear one pant for a long perod of time or u don't wash up very often.Never heard of smelly vaginal discharge in pregnanacy BUT if the discharge is thicker and creamish then it could be
it is a discharge of the anus coated in a lavender scent. Feels as if salt water spewed from the corn hole! it is a discharge of the anus coated in a lavender scent. Feels as if salt water spewed from the corn hole!
While vaginal discharge varies by woman, discharge with a foul odor is generally an indication of an infection or STD. The most common cause for discharge with a bad smell is Bacterial Vaginosis, which is an infection that can be treated with antibiotics. It is important to make an appointment with your doctor to get correctly diagnosed.
Yes, it is okay to have white stuff in your underwear and it's normal for it to have a scent - the white stuff is discharge and this is how the vagina cleans itself, it will smell musky but clean and the scent will change slightly throughout your menstrual cycle. If it smells bad then it can be a sign of a vaginal infection so it is a good idea if it smells bad or you notice other changes to your discharge that you see your doctor for tests and treatment.
Vagina's smell musky but clean and will change slightly in scent throughout a womans menstrual cycle, when aroused, and some foods can also change vaginal scent. The vagina will only smell bad if there is a vaginal infection or the woman needs to bathe.
VULVA smell is not a perfume. It is a beguiling vaginal scent which is purely a substance for your own smellingpleasure.So,it is absolutely normal and up to Him,like or dislike.It is normal to have some vaginal discharge, because the vagina stays moist as part of its self-cleansing mechanism. The normal moist discharge clears dead cells and bacteria from the vagina. It comes mainly from glands in the cervix (the neck of the womb), and is slightly acidic, which helps to keep infections at bay. The acidity results from lactic acid, formed by friendly bacteria as they break down sugars.
It depends if she is clean or not Clean - No distinct odor present really Not Clean - A scent of body odor is present
They don't.Vaginal odor comes from poor hygiene or the growth of bacteria.While some foods may change the smell of that odor, they do not cause the odor to begin with.Any vaginal odor is the smell of decaying sweat and the growth of bacteria. The scent of your decaying sweat may change based on the foods you eat, but a scent of some kind would be there regardless of which foods you ingested.
Yes, it's normal for your period not to smell bad.Menstrual flow does have a different smell to normal vaginal discharge - blood itself has a slightly metallic odour, but also the blood can effect vaginal scent because it effects vaginal ph that in turn effects bacteria within the vagina. Menstrual flow will only smell bad if there is excessive growth of 'bad' bacteria, for example if you have a vaginal infection or you're using tampons that encourage massive bacterial growth within the vagina. Some types of pads can also cause odour; by preventing air-flow they create the perfect warm moist environment for bacteria to thrive, prevent blood from drying, and chemicals in some pads cause odour.As long as you're healthy and using hygienic sanitary products (cotton pads, cloth pads, menstrual cups, softcups, etc.) then your menstrual flow shouldn't "stink".Yes, clear discharge after menstruation is normal.You get discharge throughout your menstrual cycle as this is how your vagina keeps itself clean, you will find that you will experience different discharge throughout your menstrual cycle as hormones effect your vaginal discharge - this is normal, and you will learn to recognise different discharge at different points in your cycle. Clear discharge may be Fertile Quality Cervical Mucus which is produced around a week before you ovulate, this is what keeps sperm alive within your vagina and helps sperm reach the egg when you ovulate.As long as discharge isn't an unusual colour such as green or grey, an unusual texture such as watery or cottage-cheese like, smells bad like fish or ammonia, or causes irritation, it's normal. As said, in time you will learn to recognise different discharge throughout your cycle.
Yes, a white or off-white discharge is perfectly normal.Vaginal discharge changes throughout the menstrual cycle - this can include changes in colour, texture, and amount - typically you will see a stretchy clear discharge around a week leading up to ovulation and then after ovulation leading up to menstruation you'll see thicker white discharge. You can also see brown or pink discharge leading up to or directly after menstruation, also mid-cycle.As long as discharge isn't green or grey, have an unusual texture such as very watery or clumpy like cottage cheese, or have a bad scent such as fishy or like yeast, then you're likely fine.
Every vagina has its own unique scent which all women have. Most of us can't smell it but some women to and it can be troublesome. The best thing to do is to use lightly perfumed soap and wash throughly twice a day. Also avoid wearing nylon underwear as this can cause you to perspire and increase the scent. If you're experiencing itching or white clunky discharge you may have a yeast infection and this can also cause a odour. You will need to see your doctor incase its a yeast infection if you have the above symptoms.