for the past 2 months i have been experiencing a terrible odor in my vaginal region right before i start my period and right after i stop my period. it doesn't occur any other time during the month. i went to see my doctor about this b/c i've had problems in the past with bacterial vaginosis but my tests came back negative for that. i have no idea what it could be but it becomes very uncomfortable for me to have intercourse with my husband a week before my period b/c of the smell.
my doctor seems to think it might just be my menustration but i'm worried it could be something more. is there anyone out there who has this same problem or who has had it before and maybe has some advice for me? anything is appreciative.
hey ive been having the same thing but mine occures throughout my period and after!
honestly what i do to help is when possible sit ir stand with my legs open because keeping your legs closed helps the sweat stink even more... other than that i bear with it too and need help too :(
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