Acidolphilus pills. Can help prevent vaginal infections. If you have odor you should be evaluated by a board certified gyn to determine the cause and you can get the proper treatment.
Get eval. Malodorous vagina isn't normal. Take care.
Washing. Frequent washing or using a bidet can help, but do not douche, as it can be irritating and your cervix would be open some, and you do not want to instill the effluent into your uterus.
Nothing. There are no permanent kitchen or over the pharmacy counter products that will eliminate vaginal odor if an infection is present. The best option is to see a GYN MD and get assessed for a possible bacterial vaginal infection and subsequent treatment.
No. A vaginal strong odor is usually a sign of a bacterial infection or a lost tampon you should be checked by a doctor and possibly placed on antibiotics.
Douche. I would try regular douching for a few days. If vagisil is not working try 1 tablespoon vinegar in a cup of warm water twice a day. Be sure you don't have a retained tampon which can cause persistent odor. If this persists see your doctor, as you may have a vaginal infection. Good luck!
Avoid douching. There are many types of vaginal washes available. Also may have something to do with the ph of your vagina. Be careful with very acidic foods and drinks.
See your gyn. U may have bacterial vaginosis or trichomomas, so your gyn can do cultures to find out exactly what u have and u can get teh proper txment.
See your gyn. That is not a problem for home remedies as rarely order can be from something bad so see your gyn for a workup and evaluation.
No! Never! Douching may give you some temporary relief, but it will not solve the problem. In fact, it can make it worse. If you are having a persistent vaginal discharge, with or without odor, it is time to call your doctor.
Odd Odors. Some vaginal odor is very normal. Foul odor with or without a discharge is often due to some abnormal process. Underlying infection from resident bacteria, yeast or fungi is a common culprit, however foreign bodies can cause odor such as a retained tampon or frequent use of sex toys which cause microtrauma and swelling. Tumors can also cause foul odor which is why a regular exam is important.