my vagina has a weird smell, and slight discharge?help pleasee.?

for the past two weeks or so my vagina has had this nasty rotting, fishy type smell and its really bad, usually more towards the end of the day or afternoon.i am verryyyyy clean down there, and usually my vagina has no odor at all.it still smells even after i shower and bath. i figured it would go away on its own, but its still there and very embarrassing when im with my boyfriend :( im not sure what it could be.
its not period, i know for fact, and it doesnt hurt or itch.

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5 Responses to my vagina has a weird smell, and slight discharge?help pleasee.?

  1. Haley says:

    Sounds like it could be a yeast infection or something worse. Does it itch or hurt? You could get one of those monistat testing strips. Would probably tell you what it is.

  2. Chae-chae says:

    its your period

  3. NeeNee says:

    vaginosis. it is not considered an STD but it is sexually transmitted from one person to another through sex. if you did not cheat on him then you should question him about his fedelity to you.

    Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the name of a condition in women where the normal balance of bacteria in the vagina is disrupted and replaced by an overgrowth of certain bacteria. It is sometimes accompanied by discharge, odor, pain, itching, or burning.

    Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common vaginal infection in women of childbearing age. In the United States, BV is common in pregnant women.

    The cause of BV is not fully understood. BV is associated with an imbalance in the bacteria that are normally found in a woman’s vagina. The vagina normally contains mostly "good" bacteria, and fewer "harmful" bacteria. BV develops when there is an increase in harmful bacteria.

    Not much is known about how women get BV. There are many unanswered questions about the role that harmful bacteria play in causing BV. Any woman can get BV. However, some activities or behaviors can upset the normal balance of bacteria in the vagina and put women at increased risk including:
    •Having a new sex partner or multiple sex partners,
    •Douching
    It is not clear what role sexual activity plays in the development of BV. Women do not get BV from toilet seats, bedding, swimming pools, or from touching objects around them. Women who have never had sexual intercourse may also be affected.

    Women with BV may have an abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odor. Some women report a strong fish-like odor, especially after intercourse. Discharge, if present, is usually white or gray; it can be thin. Women with BV may also have burning during urination or itching around the outside of the vagina, or both. However, most women with BV report no signs or symptoms at all.

    In most cases, BV causes no complications. But there are some serious risks from BV including:

    •Having BV can increase a woman’s susceptibility to HIV infection if she is exposed to the HIV virus.

    •Having BV increases the chances that an HIV-infected woman can pass HIV to her sex partner.

    •Having BV has been associated with an increase in the development of an infection following surgical procedures such as a hysterectomy or an abortion.

    •Having BV while pregnant may put a woman at increased risk for some complications of pregnancy, such as preterm delivery.

    •BV can increase a woman’s susceptibility to other STDs, such as herpes simplex virus (HSV), chlamydia and gonorrhea.

  4. Carlesha J says:

    You should check with you doctor as soon as possible. Some smell is normal because the vagina has a natural light musk smell. Extreme odors aren’t always a good thing and are a sign of abnormal vaginal bacteria or even yeast infection. Either way it goes, consult this with your doctor because they can tell you what is best. In the mean-time, keep yourself clean "Down Under" to decrease the odors and try not to use any soap with fragrance. Also try not to douche because it may increase the problem. I know this may be embarrasing when your with your boyfriend, so try not to have intercourse until you figure our what is wrong.

  5. Kateydid196482 says:

    It could be a yeast infection. Get some monistat as all ready suggested and eat some yogurt. You might also get some yogurt like yoplait. It will help restore the balance in your system and make you feel a lot better. You could also go to the Doctor, especially if these suggestions don’t help. But please what ever you do. Don’t think that is anything until you’ve either used the monistat and yogurt and it didn’t help or you’ve finally seen a Doctor about it okay?

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