Why does my vaginal discharge smell like bleach???

I dont use bleach on my underwear so that cant be it.


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  1. Are you sure it is a smell of bleach and not ammonia – like the smell you get from hair dye?

    If it is this then it is a sign of a bacterial infection, if it does not go away in a few days get yourself to your doctor or a clinic, they will take swabs and be able to tell you almost straight away if it is a bacterial infection or not and give you some medication to take care of the infection.

  2. I think you should just check in with your doctor to be safe. Wait like 2 weeks before you do (if you do) to see if the smell goes away. If it doesn't, I'd check in with your doctor to see what she says.

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