Why do i have a fishy smell?
Most women have a little musky odor from their vaginas, but if you have a strong fishy odor it can be a sign of a health issue.Go here:https://getflowerpower.com/blogs/news/fishy-vaginal-odor
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
A heavy fishy odor can be caused by bacterial vaginosis, which is an infection of the vaginal canal caused by overgrowth of Gardnerella vaginalis bacteria. It causes pain, itching, a thin liquid discharge, and a fishy odor, says Dr. Streicher, a gynecologist.
A sexually transmitted infection that is caused by a parasite can also cause a fishy smell. This is known as trichomoniasis and it can be treated with antibiotics.
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Electrical Component Overheat
If you smell a fishy odor in your home that you can’t find, it might be a sign of an electrical issue. Licensed electricians are the only ones who can safely diagnose and repair this type of problem, so it’s important to contact one right away.
A strong fishy smell that won’t go away could be a symptom of vaginitis, according to the Mayo Clinic. This condition can lead to vaginal itching, burning, or redness; genital discharge that looks like a white, yellow, green, or frothy liquid; and pain when urinating.
Your doctor will perform a pelvic exam and take a sample of your vaginal discharge for lab testing to determine the cause of your symptoms. They might recommend a pH test to see how acidic your discharge is. If your OB-GYN finds that your vaginal flora is out of balance, they can prescribe medication to balance your flora and cure your fishy vaginal odor.