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Vaginal Odor

What everyone needs to know about Vaginal Odor

What about Vaginal Odor?

Everyone needs to know about the problems and health concerns that vaginal odor can be.  Vaginal odor, also known as vaginal odor or "VO" is not just a source of embarrassment for women and girls, it could be a sign of a more serious vulvovaginal health concern. 

Let's face it, more and more dads, are being awarded primary and sometimes, sole-custody of their daughter(s). And, it's about time the courts recognize that dad's are just as capable, just as loving, just as nurturing, as a parent, than their ex-wives. Many times, Dad's are even better at parenting. And dads with daughters need to be able to communicate with their daughters when it comes to their daughter's vulvovaginal health and feminine hygiene needs.

While most young ladies do not have problems with vaginal dryness, vaginal odor, feminine deodorant, or feminine itching, changes in their hormones as they approach their first menstrual period, and thereafter, can sometimes lead to these problems.

And when dad is the only parent at home, it's vital that he needs to know how to help his daughter(s) with these health issues. By being informed, honest, and straight forward, dad can be the trusted resource that his daughter(s) need on these healthcare problems. And just as important, if you don't know the answer to her vulvovaginal health or feminine hygiene questions, tell her that you don't know and will find out and let her know. Then, call your family physician and get the answers she needs, and don't wait for her to possibly get the wrong answers from one of her friends at school!

My daughter has asked me about her Vaginal Odor problem, what can I do to help her?

Vaginal Odor may indicate a serious health condition, always see your doctor whenever you have a health concern!

There are few things more annoying, or concerning to a woman or young lady, than a vaginal odor problem.

The best answer in this case is to be on the safe side and take your daughter to your pediatrician for him/her to treat. 

A vaginal odor problem could be the indication of a more serious gynecological condition.

Otherwise, insure that when she is taking her bath or shower, that she is washing her vulva, with a very mild soap, and washing in between the labia and the creases. Make sure she is changing her panties every day and that she doesn't stay in her wet swimsuit for long periods.  Also, use a very mild, hypo-allergenic detergent for washing her panties and do NOT use any fabric softener (including dryer sheets) when washing her panties.

What to do about Vaginal Odor problems. What's a (single) Dad to do?

Vaginal odor may indicate a serious health condition, always see your doctor whenever you have a health concern! 

All menstruating women's vaginas go through monthly changes wherein their vagina's smell or scent changes from one day to the next, and throughout her monthly menstrual cycle. The amount of vaginal secretions, cervical mucous and vaginal moisture, changes from one day to the next, and throughout the monthly menstrual cycle. This is due to the flow of hormones that produce these changes throughout her cycle and also the reason for her monthly menstruation, if she has not conceived.

Vaginal odor problems can be related to many things related to her feminine hygiene, but may also be an indication of a medical condition that may need immediate treatment.

Vaginal odor may be the result of an inflammation of her vagina. The vaginal inflammation is often a result of infection in or around the vagina or vulva, called the vulvovaginal area. Sometimes this condition is referred to as vulvovaginitis.

Causes of
Vaginal Odor:

Bacterial Vaginosis
Genital Herpes
Lymphogranuloma Venereum ("LGV")
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease ("PID")
Sexually Transmitted Infection(s)
Vaginal Yeast Infection (candida)

Bacterial Vaginosis leads to
Vaginal Odor, what causes it?

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a type of
vulvovaginitis. Bacterial Vaginosis occurs due to an overgrowth of one or more organisms that are normally present in your/your wife's vagina.

Many times, when a woman begins taking antibiotics, these antibiotics kill off the natural organisms in her vagina. This may cause some organisms in her vagina to multiply, and these organisms produce chemicals that cause a fish-like odor characteristic of BV. 
Vaginal odor may be more acute, and stronger after sexual intercourse.

Many times, while a woman may believe that vaginal douching prevents or helps prevent vaginal odor, especially after menstruation, douching actually disrupts the normal flora, or naturally occurring organisms that normally live in the vagina. Vaginal douching, therefore, may actually increase the risk of vaginal infection.

Signs and symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis include(s):

* Grayish-white vaginal discharge
* Vaginal itching or irritation
* Vulva/labial redness, irritation, swelling and redness

Treating Bacterial Vaginosis is normally started after a visit to the ob-gyn who may prescribe medication(s) - usually antibiotics.

Other causes of
vaginal odor include the following:

Poor vaginal, menstrual or
feminine hygiene methods.

Not changing tampons, or menstrual pads frequently enough.

"Losing" or forgetting a tampon in the vagina, which may lead to a vaginal infection.

Rarely, an advanced tumor of the cervix or vagina will cause a vaginal odor problem.

Proper feminine hygiene plays an important roles in reducing or eliminating vaginal odor.  

Feminine hygiene is part an area that focuses its studies, resources, and recommended products on proper feminine hygiene, and overcoming feminine hygiene problems.

Whether you are concerned about menstruation, whether you should consider douching, vaginal odor, vaginal dryness, menstrual odors during menstruation, or general feminine hygiene information, this site is for you.


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What is a Feminine pH Test?

A Feminine pH test, also referred to by your ob-gyn or family physician as a "vaginal pH" test, measures the pH of your vagina and the vaginal secretions/discharge. 

Why should I have my vagina's pH measured?  

The vaginal pH test will help your doctor determine if your vaginal symptoms (i.e., itching, burning, unpleasant odor, or unusual discharge) are likely caused by an infection that needs medical treatment. The test is not intended for HIV, chlamydia, herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis, or group B streptococcus.

How accurate is the
Feminine pH test? 

Home Feminine pH tests showed good agreement with a doctor's diagnosis. However, just because you find changes in your vaginal pH, doesn't always mean that you have a vaginal infection. pH changes also do not help or differentiate one type of infection from another. Your doctor diagnoses a vaginal infection by using a combination of: pH, microscopic examination of the vaginal discharge, amine odor, culture, wet preparation, and Gram stain.

Does a positive
Feminine pH test mean you have a vaginal infection? 

No, a positive test (elevated pH) could occur for other reasons. If you detect elevated pH, you should see your doctor for further testing and treatment. There are no over-the-counter medications for treatment of an elevated vaginal pH.

If test results are negative, can you be sure that you do not have a vaginal infection? No, you may have an infection that does not show up in these tests. If you have no symptoms, your negative test could suggest the possibility of chemical, allergic, or other noninfectious irritation of the vagina. Or, a negative test could indicate the possibility of a yeast infection. You should see your doctor if you find changes in your
vaginal pH or if you continue to have symptoms.

How is the
Feminine pH test conducted? 

The doctor (or you, if done at home) places the pH paper inside your vagina and against one of the "walls" of the vagina for a few seconds.  He/she then compares the color of the pH paper to the color on the chart (provided with the test kit). The number on the chart for the color that best matches the color on the pH paper is the vaginal pH number.

Is the
Feminine pH home test similar to my doctor’s test? 

Yes. The home Feminine pH tests are practically identical to the ones sold to doctors. But your doctor can provide a more thorough assessment of your vaginal status through your history, physical exam, and other laboratory tests than you can using a single pH test in your home.




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