Vaginal odor can cause many women to be extremely embarrassed and upsetting. One of the possible causes may be bacterial vaginosis, an infection result from an overgrowth of normal bacteria in the vagina. However Bacterial vaginosis is not a STD.
The exact cause of bacterial vaginosis remains unclear but this condition is linked to sexual activity and douching. It’s not serious if it’s taken care of. But it can be very embarrassing, especially if others around you notice your vaginal odor. Some women was too embarrassed until didn’t even want to talk to the doctor about it.
There are some natural remedies you may want to give a try to rid you of your smelly vagina.
Avoid Scented Soaps
Always use a plain soap with no added moisturizers or scents or dyes. Just use plain soap and clean water to remove body odor and vaginal odor in particular. It’s good habit to clean the vaginal area with plain soap and warm water after an intercourse.
Wear Cotton Panties
Constricting and tight clothing like leather g-strings and synthetic material thongs, can cause sweat and cause the bacteria to thrives in the area around your genitals. BV causing bacteria thrives in a low-oxygen environment. Therefore wear only cotton panties.
Practiced Douching with Care
We should proceed with this piece of content. While a vaginal douche can help to get rid of vaginal odor, it must be practiced with a great care. Inappropriate douching is likely to disrupt the pH balance of the vagina, eliminate ‘good’ vaginal bacteria and promote the growth of ‘bad’ germs. It also may removes important antibacterial elements on the vaginal cell membranes, leading to irritation of the vaginal wall lining and increasing the risk of infection.
Stop Suffering from Fishy Vaginal Odor
Want to get rid of Vaginal Odor permanently? Fed up of the fishy vaginal odor that has caused you inconvenience and embarrassment? Learn how to get rid of it by visiting http://www.BVCures.org, a website dedicated to help women with BV problems.
Sarah Winn is a former sufferer of bacterial vaginosis herself, this is a subject which is close to her heart and one which she knows is curable, providing women are willing to take responsibility for their own treatment.