Vaginal odor is any odor that originates from the vagina. It's normal for your vagina to have a slight odor. But, a strong vaginal odor — for instance, a "fishy" smell — might be abnormal and could indicate a problem.
Vaginas are an amazingly designed piece of equipment. Meanwhile, women have been taught to believe that it's a bit yucky down there. A bit stinky.
It's normal for your vagina to have a slight odor, but a very strong smell may signal a problem. Vaginal odor is any odor that comes from the vagina. An abnormally strong odor is often accompanied by other symptoms, such as burning, itchingdischargeor irritation.
A poster to one of our forumsashley, wrote about her concerns of an abnormal vaginal odour after her male partner ejaculated inside her during sex. She also felt the semen would continue to leak out from her vagina for a week and was concerned the duration was contributing to the smell. To help answer ashley's question, it is firstly important to understand what is a 'normal' smell for a vagina.
Here's a fun fact: Vaginas are meant to smell like And while their natural scent might not be something you'd want in Diptyque candle form, it is what it is. That said, certain vaginal odors can indicate things like infections, especially if they come with a side of discharge that's a different color, consistency, or amount than what you're used to, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists ACOG.
Vaginas are supposed to smell. In the meantime, here are six common vaginal odors and what they might be trying to tell you. Garlic, onions, or another type of food.
Despite all of the marketing that tells you otherwise, there is likely nothing wrong with your vaginal odor. And, no, that scent probably won't be a field of wildflowers. It's a vagina, not a perfume counter.
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