Asked By: Carlos Parker Date: created: Dec 21 2021

Why am I always wet down there and smelly

Answered By: Neil Russell Date: created: Dec 24 2021

Bacterial vaginosis It can be due to bacterial vaginosis, a mild vaginal infection, not an STD, that’s caused when the balance of good and bad bacteria in your vagina is upset.

Your risk is higher if you have more than one sex partner, a new sex partner or if you douche..

Asked By: Caleb Perry Date: created: Jul 14 2022

What causes fishy smelling sperm

Answered By: Neil Campbell Date: created: Jul 17 2022

Fishy, rotten, or foul-smelling semen isn’t normal. Eating certain foods — like asparagus, meats, and garlic — or drinking a lot of caffeine or alcohol can make your semen smell pungent. Try limiting these foods to see if your semen smell returns to normal after a few days. If so, there’s nothing to be concerned about.

Asked By: Neil Jones Date: created: Aug 26 2021

Is it healthy to eat sperm

Answered By: Jeffery Robinson Date: created: Aug 26 2021

For the most part, yes, the components that make up semen are safe to ingest. Swallowed semen is digested in the same way as food. However, in very rare circumstances, some people might discover that they’re allergic to semen. This is also known as human seminal plasma hypersensitivity (HSP).

Asked By: Bruce Walker Date: created: Dec 28 2021

Is it possible to have a yeast infection without discharge

Answered By: Jaden Bennett Date: created: Dec 29 2021

Women may also note pain with urination, soreness or irritation, pain with intercourse, or reddened and swollen vulvar and vaginal tissues. There is often little or no vaginal discharge; if present, discharge is typically white and clumpy (curd-like) or thin and watery.

Asked By: Miguel Price Date: created: Oct 17 2021

What will happen if a yeast infection is left untreated

Answered By: Steven Foster Date: created: Oct 17 2021

Complications of untreated yeast infections If left untreated, vaginal candidiasis will most likely get worse, causing itching, redness, and inflammation in the area surrounding your vagina. This may lead to a skin infection if the inflamed area becomes cracked, or if continual scratching creates open or raw areas.

Asked By: Nathan Lee Date: created: Sep 22 2021

Does a yeast infection have an odor

Answered By: Dominic James Date: created: Sep 25 2021

Yeast infections often cause thick, white, clumpy vaginal discharge that usually doesn’t smell (or only smells slightly different than normal). You might also have a creamy, whitish coating in and around your vagina. Most yeast infections lead to itching, burning, and/or redness in or around the vagina.

Asked By: Noah Foster Date: created: Oct 25 2021

Do yeast infections smell fishy

Answered By: Dominic Powell Date: created: Oct 27 2021

Causes for a fishy smell It is most commonly caused by a bacterial infection, but can also be caused by a yeast infection or a sexually transmitted infection (STI) called trichomoniasis. A fishy odor is a common symptom.

Asked By: Timothy Moore Date: created: May 30 2022

What does a yeast infection look like

Answered By: Malcolm Scott Date: created: May 30 2022

redness, swelling, or itching of the vulva (the folds of skin outside the vagina) a thick, white discharge that can look like cottage cheese and is usually odorless, although it might smell like bread or yeast. pain or burning when urinating (peeing) or during sex.

Asked By: James Green Date: created: Aug 14 2021

Can a man’s sperm make a woman smell fishy

Answered By: Curtis Miller Date: created: Aug 14 2021

It has a mild chlorine-like smell due to alkaline substances. With sexually transmitted infections, it is possible for the semen to change colour to yellow or green and it can smell offensive. This means semen could be a potential cause of a bad vaginal odour after sex.

Asked By: Juan Allen Date: created: Feb 15 2022

Why does my girlfriend feel loose sometimes

Answered By: Juan Diaz Date: created: Feb 15 2022

Women’s vaginas are less elastic when they are not sexually aroused. They become more elastic — “looser” — the more sexually excited they become. A woman may feel “tighter” to a man when she is less aroused, less comfortable, and having less pleasure than her partner.

Asked By: Wyatt Robinson Date: created: Sep 05 2021

What can be mistaken for a yeast infection

Answered By: Graham Griffin Date: created: Sep 05 2021

Conditions that can mimic a yeast infection These include trichomoniasis, herpes and genital warts.

Asked By: Adrian Peterson Date: created: Oct 13 2021

What causes a bacterial VAG infection

Answered By: Peter Peterson Date: created: Oct 15 2021

BV is linked to an imbalance of “good” and “harmful” bacteria that are normally found in a woman’s vagina. Having a new sex partner or multiple sex partners, as well as douching, can upset the balance of bacteria in the vagina. This places a woman at increased risk for getting BV.

Asked By: Edward Cooper Date: created: Jan 28 2022

How do I know my yeast infection is getting better

Answered By: Robert Bennett Date: created: Jan 30 2022

To know if your yeast infection is going away, you should experience these stages:First, you will notice that vaginal discharge has returned to a normal consistency and smell.Second, you will notice that itching has gone away, alleviating much of the discomfort associated with the infection.More items…•Mar 31, 2021

Asked By: Logan Ramirez Date: created: Mar 31 2022

What is the fastest way to get rid of a yeast infection

Answered By: Landon Martin Date: created: Apr 03 2022

The fastest way to get rid of a yeast infection is by seeing your doctor and getting Fluconazole prescription. Over-the-counter Monistat (Miconazole) and prevention can also work.

Asked By: Antonio Brooks Date: created: Oct 24 2021

How do I know if I have a yeast infection or BV

Answered By: Timothy Hill Date: created: Oct 25 2021

With yeast infections, discharge is usually thick, white, and odorless. You may also have a white coating in and around your vagina. With bacterial vaginosis, you may have vaginal discharge that’s grayish, foamy, and smells fishy. (But it’s also common for BV to have no symptoms.)

Asked By: Dylan Perez Date: created: Jan 14 2022

Is being too wet a turn off

Answered By: Walter Kelly Date: created: Jan 14 2022

N-O-P-E! “A vagina owner being ‘too wet’ during sex isn’t a medical diagnosis,” says Dr. Lyndsey Harper, OB-GYN, founder and CEO of Rosy, a sexual wellness platform. On the contrary, vaginal wetness is extremely important for pleasurable, nonpainful play, she says.

Asked By: Anthony Evans Date: created: Nov 14 2021

How do I stop smelling down there

Answered By: Nathan Evans Date: created: Nov 17 2021

Tips for preventing future odorConsider probiotics. Probiotics, which are good-for-you bacteria, can help maintain the pH balance of your vagina. … Maintain a healthy diet. … Stay hydrated. … Avoid douches and scrubs. … Wash your genital area before and after intercourse. … Cut out tight clothes. … Wear cotton panties.

Asked By: Oswald Brown Date: created: Mar 11 2022

How do I fix my pH balance

Answered By: Fred Harris Date: created: Mar 11 2022

Natural remedies to restore balanceAvoiding harsh soaps and douching. Soaps typically have a high pH, and using them to clean the vaginal area may increase vaginal pH. … Taking a probiotic supplement or suppository. … Changing tampons regularly. … Using barrier protection during sex.

Asked By: Isaiah Lewis Date: created: Sep 10 2022

Can other people smell my discharge

Answered By: Brian Long Date: created: Sep 11 2022

Don’t worry too much about other people noticing the way your vulva smells. Generally other people won’t be able to smell it at all unless they get very close to your vulva, like when you’re having sex, and in that case most people like the way their partners’ vulvas smell.

Asked By: Lewis James Date: created: Jun 05 2021

Can sperm cause bacterial infections

Answered By: Matthew Scott Date: created: Jun 05 2021

Bacterial vaginosis causes Several factors can make increase the number of bacteria, including: Sex. Semen impacts the pH level in the vagina, which can contribute to a higher rate of bacteria growth.

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