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How to eliminate vaginal odors for good?
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Dr. George Kingsley III
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: You can't entirely
Vaginal odor is caused by an std or an overgrowth of anerobic bacteria in the vagina.
See your ob/gyn to rule out trichomonas, chlamydia and gonorrhea. They can also test for bacterial vaginosis - the name of bacterial overgrowth that produces strong fishy odor. Once treated, never douche. Use mild soaps on the vulva and wear loose fitting clothes to avoid trapping moisture and bacteria.

In brief: You can't entirely
Vaginal odor is caused by an std or an overgrowth of anerobic bacteria in the vagina.
See your ob/gyn to rule out trichomonas, chlamydia and gonorrhea. They can also test for bacterial vaginosis - the name of bacterial overgrowth that produces strong fishy odor. Once treated, never douche. Use mild soaps on the vulva and wear loose fitting clothes to avoid trapping moisture and bacteria.
Dr. George Kingsley III
Dr. George Kingsley III
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Dr. Scott Beard
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Asking a lot but
Stop shaving, eliminate sugar, avoid receiving oral intercourse -it introduces all sorts of bacteria, use condoms or withdraw, keep periods short and light, no soap near the opening, eat whole foods, understand what natural scent is.
That's a start.

In brief: Asking a lot but
Stop shaving, eliminate sugar, avoid receiving oral intercourse -it introduces all sorts of bacteria, use condoms or withdraw, keep periods short and light, no soap near the opening, eat whole foods, understand what natural scent is.
That's a start.
Dr. Scott Beard
Dr. Scott Beard
Thank
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