• help123 help123
    May 10, 2010
    What can I do about watery and frequent vaginal discharge with odor?
    help123 help123
    May 10, 2010

    What can I do to help with vaginal odor and discharge? I've been to the doctor several times, and I just have a lot of problems with my vagina from time to time. Are there certain types of food that you can eat or not eat to help with the odor of your vagina?  Are there certain things that could help limit the discharge?



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  • aprillia May 12, 2010
    May 12, 2010

    well i see you;ve been to a doctor but a odd odor and discharge can be the sign of a STD so that should be looked into first. second eating alot of meat will cause odd odors and tatse in most people, they are high in testosterone which can couse this, so try to eat more veggys and sweets, they might help a little and then make sure u wash your genital frequently, and dry them completly when you exit the shower or bath. if u fail to do so u can create a infection which could be another answer to the problem. as for the dischage i dont knowmuch for that but good luck hope everything works out

  • James Leary August 15, 2014
    James Leary
    August 15, 2014



    I know it has been a while since you posted, but I was wondering how you are doing.  I'm not sure if I can tell from your post, but did you ever get the opportunity to see a doctor about these new symptoms?  I am not a doctor and can't diagnose you, but the odor, as our other member suggested, could be a sign of an STD or an infection.  I would suggest visiting your doctor to rule those out and then asking about what foods might be best.


    Please consider returning to the community to let us know how things are going.  I'm sure your experience could be a great help to others!


    Best of luck,




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