How can i get rid of bad bacteria in my vagina, naturally?


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I'm young and i have a fishy odor coming from my vagina. It has been there for a couple of months now. I looked on the internet and it said that I might have a bacterial vaginal infection. I dont want to go to a doctor, i just want to naturally get rid of it. By the way i do clean myself up down their by shaving. Do you think you can help me?

5 Replies to “How can i get rid of bad bacteria in my vagina, naturally?”

  1. I don't know. I have the same issue. Like when i take off my underwear i can smell it.. But i mean i am just going to try and wash it more and more. People said when you get out of the shower to make sure it is a 100% dry. I started using baby powder too.

  2. its best to go to a doctor or clinic they will give you metronidazole and it will clear it up,also washing down there allot causes th infection x

  3. Try searching 'yoghurt vagina' on a search engine and you'll get some advice.

    But, are you sure you're not just being oversensitive to the smell – has it changed to how it used to be? If so, you should see a doctor. Not everything can be cured at home.

  4. I can tell you that you have hair down there for a reason. i learned that years ago. It helps keep infections down.

  5. This is natural. This is the smell of the bacteria that your vagina secretes which allows it to naturally clean itself. Unfortunately, it smells bad… but you probably shouldn't use regular baby powder inside of the labia. Corn starch is similar to powder and would be safer to use. There are gynecologically tested wipes that you can use and special washes, but the smell will come back because it shoud. This is a good bacteria necessary to kill infectious intruders.

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