AgonyAuntM answered Tuesday February 5 2008, 6:25 pm: Hi Hun,
Your vagina will naturally smell it's a genital area and it will smell. To prevent really bad smells you need to make sure you also clean it well, when you take a bath or a shower just clean it well but scrub your hands afterwards.
Shaving will leave stubble you need to get a sensitive special wax strip designed for vaginal hair to get rid of it fully.
The wetness is just natural girls do get it, it's just discharge so you do leak a bit and it will be wet.
Marizzle answered Tuesday February 5 2008, 3:19 pm: Your vagina will naturally emit its smell, and unless its a really really bad smell, then its not dirty, its fine, its just discharge.
And as for the getting wet at random times, thats also discharge, you could be just walking to the kitchen and it happens, you usually get it towards the oncoming week of your period and for a little after. And other times just randomly!
It can be uncomfortable, but when it happens just go to the toilet, and if your out try and find a public toilet etc etc. Or wear panty liners, however you may not want to wear them all the time, as if we dont go through enough wearing them every month!
cox3milner answered Tuesday February 5 2008, 6:02 am: if your vagina smells it's because you aren't washing it correctly. make sure you get it clean on the inside a little too. when you shave it isn't going to be perfectly smooth. it isn't like your legs. unless you get your vagina waxed, which is very painful and i don't recemend. and the thing about you getting wet, it's called a discharge. it just happens sometimes. it's perfectly natural, infact it's healthy. try wearing panty-liners. ask your mther to buy you some, she knows what a discharge is, and will know how to deal with it. but you can't make it go away, it just happens. and it is healthy so don't worry about it. [ cox3milner's advice column | Ask cox3milner A Question ]
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