Melody answered Thursday July 27 2006, 4:07 pm: A fishy smell usually equals to a yeast infection, however that's not always the case. If it is a yeast infection, try using the Monistat overnight treatment or go to the doctor and get some prescribed medicine. If it isn't a yeast infection, make sure you wash down there really well and remember to shower daily. That not saying you don't, just make sure you do. Try using feminine wipes during the day, or before he comes over. That will make you smell fresh & will make you feel fresh as well.
Razhie answered Wednesday July 26 2006, 9:34 pm: Oh tell him to stop complaining! If he was a bit more worldly he would realize that that smell isn't just perfectly normal, it's also perfectly wonderful. He is just a lucky bastard to get that close to you in the first place...
There is nothing you can do to remove the smell. Anything you could try would probably only cause discomfort or infection anyways as the discharge that gives off that smell in part of the vagina's normal self-cleansing.
isis answered Wednesday July 26 2006, 9:28 pm: If you have a fishy smell, it's quite possible you have something called bacterial vaginosis, it is also sometimes called anaerobic vaginosis. It's an inbalance of bacteria in the vagina. It needs to be treated with antibiotics.
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xomichelle891xo answered Wednesday July 26 2006, 9:10 pm: Um, are you asking how to make it not smell bad down there? If so, the columnists are answering a totally different question. By the way, this is SOOO normal! When you take a shower, make sure you wash down there with lots of soap and water. If it doesnt work, you might have to use a douche bag which you can buy at a store and it cleans out down there. If it really does smell fishy and you tried both these things, you might have a yeast infection or some kind of infection down there and you'll need to talk to your doctor to get medication so it can be treated. [ xomichelle891xo's advice column | Ask xomichelle891xo A Question ]
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