For many women, having a fishy vaginal odor can be a very distressing and embarrassing condition. Most of the time, a fishy vaginal smell is an indicator of an infection in the genitals. However, poor hygiene, excessive sweating, or even certain foods can cause a vagina to have a fishy smell. Thankfully, there are many home remedies that can help to treat a fishy vaginal odor. For example, probiotics can help to improve the health of your vagina and help to restore healthy bacteria.
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Yeast Infection Smell: The vaginal odor symptoms you must know
Many women develop some form of vaginal infections at one time or the other. Two of the most common infections are bacterial vaginosis and yeast infection. However both infections can sometimes be hard to differentiate from one another as they can share similar symptoms. Bacterial vaginosis pronounced: back-tear-ee-ahl vag- eh-noe-sis is a condition that is often associated with a fishy smelling vaginal odor.
Vaginal odor may vary throughout your menstrual cycle and may be especially noticeable right after having sex. Normal sweating also can cause a vaginal odor. Though it may be tempting to douche or use a vaginal deodorant to decrease vaginal odor, these products may actually increase irritation and other vaginal symptoms. Bacterial vaginosis — an overgrowth of normally occurring vaginal bacteria — is the most common vaginal infection that causes a vaginal odor. Trichomoniasis — a sexually transmitted infection — also can lead to vaginal odor.