Has anyone ever heard of using hydrogen peroxide for vaginal odor?


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I heard that it would get rid of any odor. Is this true? Does anyone know.
The article said to soak a tampon in the peroxide and then insert it for 3 minutes. Does that sound crazy?

6 Replies to “Has anyone ever heard of using hydrogen peroxide for vaginal odor?”

  1. You seriously shouldn't do that. Messing with your body's chemistry can make the problem worse. All women have a little bit of odor. If yours seems wrong then you need to see your doctor because you could have an infection that could easily be treated with antibiotics.

  2. At first I thought it sounded crazy, but just did a little quick research. It isn't crazy at all. The trick will be to control how much to use, though.

    The "good bug" lactobacili in the vagina produce hydrogen peroxide. This keeps BV in check. I know a gel I use called RepHresh contains a bit of hydrogen peroxide, along with a gell to keep it adhered, and pH balancing to keep the pH low.

    So… it totally makes sense to use hydrogen peroxide in the vagina, but it sounds a little scary to apply it in some random amount by soaking a tampon. If you can google for solid recommendations about this, I'd say it's worth a shot. Also try to get your lactobacillis counts back up. You can buy suppositories at drug stores that contain these good bugs.

    Here's an excerpt about Hydrogen peroxide 'good bugs' from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?cmd=retrieve&db=pubmed&list_uids=8896509&dopt=medline "These results support the hypothesis that H2O2-producing vaginal lactobacilli protect against acquisition of BV "

  3. one of the most important factors, that is often overlooked by medical practitioners, is the presence of healthy bacteria. These good bacteria, called Lactobacillus acidophilis, have an important job to do. They keep other microbes from taking over. The types of lactobacilli that reside in the vagina produce hydrogen peroxide, which produces oxygen, which kills certain non-friendly bacteria and yeasts. The friendly flora hold a place in the vaginal ecosystem, preventing invaders from taking over, much like having a garden filled with healthy plants, prevents most weeds from growing.

  4. I have never heard of this. And I definitely would not even consider inserting a tampon in hydrogen peroxide to help eliminate odor. Assuming you bathe daily and use some sort of gentle deodorant soap, you shouldn't have a really unpleasant odor like this. If vinegar and water douche or Betadine Douche doesn't help, then I would definitely make an appointment with my gynecologist to see if you do have some sort of infection. Usually a tiny little bit of odor is normal and you could also try using Summer's Eve Feminine Wash to see if that helps. I know that yogurt cultures help keep the amount of bacteria in check and there is something you can find in health food stores that contain lactobaccillus, but this sounds more serious than that. But if none of the above helps, before I resorted to experimenting with hydrogen peroxide and tampons internally, I would go see my doctor, if the odor is more than you think is normal. Yeast can multipy and cause a number of infections that cause an abnormal odor. Ask your doctor before you do this, please.

  5. wouldn't it sting
    it seems it would bubble alot
    also I would be surprised if it didn't hurt
    also aren't strange deseases caused by tampons
    also I think you might kill too many good bacteria

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