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Why would your vagina hurt when having intercourse? Yeadt infection? And it smells

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Dr. Allen Seely
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In brief: INFECTION

'vaginal pain' can be caused by the inflammation of a yeast infection, however 'an odor' suggests another infection such as 'bacterial vaginosis'.
I recommend getting seen by a doctor to distinguish these 2 infections and rule out s.T.D. (gonorrhea/chlamydia). It is important to get the correct diagnosis in order to get on the proper treatment. Hope you get better soon!

In brief: INFECTION

'vaginal pain' can be caused by the inflammation of a yeast infection, however 'an odor' suggests another infection such as 'bacterial vaginosis'.
I recommend getting seen by a doctor to distinguish these 2 infections and rule out s.T.D. (gonorrhea/chlamydia). It is important to get the correct diagnosis in order to get on the proper treatment. Hope you get better soon!
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