I'm only 16, never had sex or a boyfriend and yet I have this nasty smell coming from my vagina. To be honest I'm VERY clean. I'm really OCD about my hygiene and it's driving me crazy knowing that my crouch smells. I got this white creamy discharge, I can't tell if it's my vagina that smells or this discharge. I would tell my mom but then she will ask questions about me having sex and won't believe me. And also take me to the doctors and I don't want my creep doctor staring at my vagina Can anyone PLEASE help?
It sounds like a yeast infection.. Does it itch or hurt to urinate?? I myself am also i very clean person and OCD about that area.. I was told if you clean to much especially if you use body wash near it alot or bubble soap in bath water that it can also cause a UTI
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