My vaginal discharge smells like bleach. Your body can exude odors of strong foodslike garlic you ate a lot of, but if you ank bleach, you'd bethe emergency room insteadof talking to me. Please don't tell me you actually put bleach down there. As annoying as a yeast infection or bacterialinfection is, chemical burns are worse. And before you ask, it isn't because I'm reallyinto tidy whities. That doesn't mean you are not more colorfulin your love life. I know there are women who put detergent downthere to y things out because the guys want
it y to improve the sex. I don't do anythingmore than douche. Your vaginal discharge could smell a littlelike bleach because the condoms or lubricants you used did. Of every flavor of condom or scent of oilwe tried, nothing was anything like bleach. After all, it kills the mood. The chemistry down there can be altered byrepeated use of condoms Which you should use. And the lubricants you've been using. Allof it can combine to make a bleach like smell.
I never thought rubber could cause me to smellmore like chlorine. If the vaginal smell is sour or stale, youprobably have trichomoniasis. All I can think on hearing that is that itis a killer scrabble word. It is sometimes called just trich, pronouncedtrick. That I've heard of, but I don't know thesignificance. Trichomoniasis is a protozoan infection, andit causes a sour or even bleach like smell. So it is a social disease. Yes, but it can be treated with antibiotics.
Most of them still can, though the rise ofantibiotic resistant sexual diseases should give a lot of people nightmares. This doesn't have to be a nightmare. Rightafter sex, it may smell a little like bleach because his semen does. That's what the condoms are intended toprevent. You could still have the smellthat area,depending on what you did prior to putting the condom on. Anything else to keep a nose out foré
Your period can alter the pH levels down there,giving it a metallic smell right before your period starts. That is why they have scented menstrual pads. Then that's your solution while you shiftto a less odorific love life so the smell goes away. But you can do way more launyso you have something else to blame the smell on. Or at least a cause I'm willing to admitto.
How to Have a Healthy Vagina by Keeping Your Vagina Clean
1.Wash with hot water only. It may seem counterintuitive, but washing your vagina with soap, whetherit's bar soap or liquid, isn't the best way to keep clean. The vagina actually stays quiteclean on its own without the help of outside cleansers.Like other parts of the body, thevagina has a pH level that needs to be maintained within a certain range 3.5 and 4.5, to bespecific order to prevent the growth of unhealthy bacteria and facilitate the growthof good bacteria. Using harsh cleansers can upset the balance, leading to infection, irritation,and even bad smells. People often refer to the entire area quot;downtherequot; as the vagina, but remember that the
vagina is actually the tubelike muscle loedinside your body. The vulva, the skin outside the vagina, may be cleansed with nofrillsbar soap, as long as you don't find that it irritates your skin.If you do end up washing your vagina with soap, make sure to thoroughly rinse it withwarm water so that no traces of soap are left behind. Soap left inside the vagina can causeirritation. 2.Don't use douches or feminine sprays. Douching with chemicals that are supposed to make yourvagina smell like a field of flowers actually ends up having quite the opposite effect.Theywash out all the healthy bacteria that helps
your vagina stay clean and infectionfree.The chemicals left behind by douches can cause irritation and even burning, and the samegoes for feminine sprays. If you keep your vagina healthy using other methods, therewill be no need to try to make it smell different. Scented creams marketed as a way to changethe smell of your vagina can cause the same problems, so these should also be avoided.The same goes for scented pads and tampons and scented wipes.If you feel like you absolutely have to use a scent on your vagina, go for something completelynatural and chemical free. You can make your own body spray by mixing a few ops of anessential oil like rose, lavender or lemongrass
with watera spray bottle. Use the bodyspray after showering, and make sure you're completely y before getting essed.3. Have good hygiene during your period. Manywomen experience an increased rate of vaginal infections when they're menstruating, sincehaving bloodthe vagina changes its pH and throws things out of balance. To stayhealthy during your period, practice the following habits: Change your tampon frequently. Tampons absorbmenstrual blood, and if you leave themtoo long, you're keeping the bloodyourvagina where it can change your pH. Make sure
you change your tampon every few hours tokeep this from happening. Don't use pads or panty liners for longerthan necessary. Wearing pads and panty liners all month long or after your period is overcan lead to skin irritation. Consider getting a menstrual cup. These rubbercups are insertedthe vagina to ch the blood, then rinsed out with hot water everyfew hours. Menstrual cups are a chemicalfree choice for handling your period, and theycan be really helpful if you tend to get irritated by tampons and pads.4. Wipe from front to back. It's important towipe from front to back, rather than the reverse,
to keep fecal matter from entering your vaginaand causing an infection. Use plain, unscented toilet paper to wipe. Avoid using wet wipesor any other product that contains perfumes and chemicals.
Discharge Vaginal Female Perineal Wash PostCare Basic Center
Once each day, or according to your 'sinstructions, you will need to clean the urethral meatus the opening where the heter enters the body. The procedure to do this is as follows.Wash and y your hands. Discard the paper towel into the trash.On a tray covered with paper towels, assemble the following equipment: * a pair of disposable gloves* a bed protector * a sealable plastic storage bag* a basin of warm water with a pump of liquid soapit* (2) clean washcloths and a clean hand towel.
* Place the equipment tray on a stable surfaceadjacent to the bed. Remove the bed covers, but keep the patientwarm with a blanket. Wash and y your hands.Put on your disposable gloves. Place the bed protector under the patient'sthighs to keep the bed y. Over your dominant hand, fold a washclothinto a mitt and squeeze itthe warm soapy water.For the female, separate the labia the folds of skin surrounding the vulva.Clean one side of the labia with the warm, soapy mitt, stroking from top to bottom.Squeeze the mittthe soap solution and
clean the other side.Squeeze the mittthe soap solution and clean the first 4 inches of the heter.Discard the mitt and y the vulva and heter with the clean towel.To make the patient more comfortable, the perineum and anus can now be cleaned.Use the second washcloth as a mitt, wash from top to bottom taking great care not to touchthe previously washed areas and the heter or tubes.y the area carefully with the towel, again avoiding the previously washed areas.Remove the bed protector. Check that the heter and tubes are correctlyplaced.
Remove your gloves and discard them into theplastic storage bag. Replace the bed covers. Take the equipment tray into the bathroom,place the washcloths and towel into the washer, seal the plastic bag and discard it into thetrash. Clean the basin, which held the warm soapywater and y it with a paper towel. Wash and y the bed protector. Wash and yyour hands.