So i asked this question a long time ago, but i want to ask again.
So i've been having this nasty smell in my vagina. White stuff is always in there . It smells like armpit. It's actually very disgusting .
I don't know how long i've been having this. I am sexually active with my boyfriend. We have unprotected sex. We've only had protected sex one time in 3 years of being together.
He found out the smell before me. Sometimes he gets turned off by it, but most of the time he just pretends like its not there.
I have had 6 sexual partners including him. & all but 1 unprotected.
He's guessing its an yeast infection. I do think that too. I wouldn't really think it's an STD because i've looked up all different kinds of them & i have no symptoms. It doesn't hurt at all it's just the smell.
I have a doctor, but my next appointment is in 6 months or a year.
So i was wondering, what can it be?
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