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What is that smell?

A healthy vagina smells like a lot of different things — flowers  and vanilla is not one of them.

Vaginal odor that happens because of a medical condition is usually associated with other signs and symptoms, like itching, burning, irritation, infection or discharge.

You must just be a ware of when this occurs so that you can try and nip it in the bud.

I speak to a number of ladies about this issue on a daily basis and one of the main complains that is common is that they find themselves having a foul smell after unprotected intercourse with their male partners.

It is usually a fishy smell that they experience. A strong fishy odor — especially after sex — is usually caused by an infection. I know what you're thinking, no not necessarily an STI, but we cannot rule that out.

Bactevial Vaginosis (BV), the most common type of vaginal infection, can cause a fishy-smelling grayish or white discharge, itching, and burning when you pee.

Experts still don’t know what exactly causes BV, but some risk factors include:

• Having sex without a condom

• Sex with a new or multiple partners
• Using scented pads

• Douching

Should this be recurrent to you, try not to do the above mentioned and introducing protection when engaging in intercourse.

This can be so uncomfortable and make one lose their confidence during sex.

To treat this using our products, we recommend: The Cleanse and Nurture Combo and the Yoni soap

You might also find this interesting:

Prevent Vaginal Infections


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