Top 6 Ways To Get Rid Of Vaginal Odour Fast


Top 6 Ways To Get Rid Of Vaginal Odour Fast

Many females have had cause to deal with vaginal odour at one point or the other in their life.
Vaginal odour is to say the least, embarrassing and can crash confidence level as well as affect sexual health negatively. It is typically from inflammation of the vaginal area.
Causes of vaginal odour are:
1. Infection
2. Poor Personal hygiene
3. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
4. Abnormal passageway between the rectum and vagina
1. Infection
* Bacteria Vaginosis
A typical type of infection that can cause vaginal odour is bacteria vaginosis. The vaginal normally contains bacteria which are originally harmless.
However, an increase in growth of these bacteria leads to bacterial vaginosis.
*Yeast Infection
Yeast infection can also cause vaginal odour. Most of the yeast infections are caused by Candida albicans.
Just like in vaginosis, the problem is not the presence of Candida, but the increase in its growth.
Symptoms of yeast infection can be itching, vaginal discharge, inflammation and pain during urination.
It is estimated that 3 out of 4 women experience yeast infection at one point or the other in their life.
2. Poor Personal Hygiene
Good personal hygiene is important to keep the vaginal free from odour.
Poor hygiene around the vaginal can lead to inflammation of the area. This can cause a foul odour to ooze from the vaginal.
3. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases have also been linked to vaginal odour. An example of such STDs is trichinosis.


How To Get Rid Of Vaginal Odour
Haven known the causes of vaginal odour, how do you get rid of it within a short period of time?
1. Use a combination of vinegar and salt to wash your vaginal.
During a warm bath, half cup of salt and half cup of vinegar should be mixed for this. Repeat this 4 to 5 times a week for quick result.
2. Baking Soda
Baking soda helps to balance the pH of the body. A balance in pH level of the vaginal could help get rid of vaginal odour.
Pour half cup of baking soda to your bathwater. Immerse your vaginal area in the water for about 15 minutes. Repeat this 3 to 4 times a week.
3. Use cool water and unscented soap to
clean your vagina. Soaps with strong scents can irritate your vaginal wall.
The wall of the vaginal is very sensitive to strong chemicals such as the ones contained in scented soaps. Avoid opening a current of water directly on the vaginal to wash it.
4. Reduce consumption of foods that contributes to strong odour. Onion is an example of such food recipes.
5. Maintain Personal Hygiene
Personal hygiene is very important to get rid of vaginal odour. Change pads and pants regularly.
6. Wear cotton panties and avoid synthetic ones that do not allow air to the vaginal.
When to see a doctor
If the odour persists after these home remedies or you notice an infection in the vaginal area, see a doctor immediately.





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