When a woman is particularly sexually active, that last thing she wants is to have unpleasant vaginal aroma. Such odors are often the result of poor hygiene or a bacterial infection called vaginosis. Left untreated, it can lead to serious complications…
GUIDE TO VAGINAL INFECTION
It is quite natural for the human body to emit odors. Vaginal odor is no exception, and it can be expected even from a normal, healthy vagina. However, pungent, foul odors that emanate from the vagina can not only be very embarrassing, they may indicate a potentially serious health problem.
The most common cause of vaginal odor is bacterial vaginosis. BV is caused by an imbalance of naturally occurring bacterial flora, which may be due to the use of antibiotics or a pH imbalance. BV results in a fishy-smelling odor that may be more obvious after sexual intercourse. Other symptoms of bacterial vaginosis include vaginal itching or irritation and a grayish-white vaginal discharge. Anemia (iron deficiency) is a strong predictor of bacterial vaginosis in pregnant women. BV can also be brought on by prolonged stress. Untreated bacterial vaginosis may cause serious complications, such as increased susceptibility to sexually transmitted infections, an increase in the development of pelvic inflammatory disease, as well as other complications for pregnant women.
Top Causes Of Vaginal Odour
1.Bacterial Vaginosis and Yeast Infection (http://wunmiomololu.com/yeastinfectionfreedom.html)
3.Inflammation of the cervix (Cervicitis)
6.Pelvic Inflammatory Disease that often resulted from infection of the fallopian tubes
7.Delayed uterine infection after childbirth (Puerperal fever)
8.Inflammation of the fallopian tubes (Salpingitis)
Check With Your Doctor/Obgyn, If You Got Any Unpleasant Smell.