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A 16-year-old female asked:

My vagina smells and i'm wondering if i should be worried?

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Dr. Monica Michel
Family Medicine 12 years experience
Maybe?: I would need a more thorough sexual history and an exam to answer that for you. Are you sexually active? Any pain, discharge- those are some factors that would point to you possibly having an infection . I would recommend seeing your doctor- good luck!
Dr. Carol Stauffer-munekata
Family Medicine 36 years experience
See Your GYN: If you are sexually active, you may have an STD or just BV (bacterial overgrowth). See your Primary Care Physician or your Gyn for an evaluation. Avoid intercourse until you have see your Doctor.

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Dr. Alan Patterson
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Please see your gyn: A culture can be done , you most likely have BV and or other and it needs to be treated with either vaginal antibiotic cream or oral antibiotics.

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