One of the things that irritate men in women most especially after sex is unpleasant Vagina Odour. Honestly, most men disgust it but find it difficult to tell their partners how her pussy smells. If I may ask, how would you tell your wife or partner that her pussy stinks?
Situations like these have caused break-ups in relationships and homes. Moreover, it is unhealthy for a woman’s Vagina to smell like a rotten fish. Thus, it is essential for women to keep their Virginia clean to stay healthy and save their homes and relationships from break ups.
Before I give you tips that could help you naturally get rid of the unpleasant odour from the down part f your body, let me quickly show you some of the things that cause vagina odor
Causes of Vagina Odour
Naturally, Virginia produces bacteria, though not harmful, when the bacteria is much more than the required percentage, it can lead to Vagina Odour. The normal PH balance of Virginia is between 3.5- 4.5 but when it exceeds that, you start noticing some sort of fishy smell.
Poor hygiene can lead to a fishy smell. Wash your undies regularly, have your bath at least twice a day, and wear light underwears.
Virginal or Cervical Cancer
It’s an uncommon disease that occurs when malignant (cancerous) cells form in the vagina. Its symptoms are extremely heavy periods, Leg, back or pelvic pain, Unintended weight loss, and Abnormal vaginal bleeding. There are two types of virginal cancer and they are Squamous cell carcinoma and Adenocarcinoma.
The woman’s body hormone level changes during pregnancy, menstrual cycle, perimenopause, and menopause. These hormonal changes affect the vaginal smell. When the level of hormone estrogen increases, it smells more, so also during ovulation and when someone uses hormonal contraceptives by hormone level changes during pregnancy, menstrual cycle, perimenopause, and menopause. These hormonal changes affect the vaginal smell. When the level of hormone estrogen increases, it smells more, so also during ovulation and when someone uses hormonal contraceptives.