I was told during my pregnancy i have hpv...not threatening to the baby nor myself...now two years later i have a very foul smelling discharge before and after my period...it lasts for days at a time...it's vey strong, i smell it through my clothes...it smells like stool...i have been to different doctors and they all tell me i am fine but i know this is not normal...is it a symptom of hpv? or something else? this is so embarrassing i cannot deal with this smell the rest of my life...does anyone have any ideas? other than bv or trichimonis...i have been tested for both!!
It's not a symptom of HPV, the sexual health or womans health forums may be beneficial to you, feel free to post this there and see if anyone can help. I'd say it's a bacterial infection but as you say you've been tested and your free of that!
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