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Top Remedies for Vaginal Odor

Top Remedies for Vaginal Odor

So, you have it all planned out, a romantic dinner, the foods which will somewhat increase your sexual drive and then back home for an all night rendezvous. And then it happened!

It is not the easiest confession to make. In fact, it is one of the most embarrassing reality that most women need to face but when you have vaginal odor, it can have some real effect on your mind. One of the hardest hurdle is if you have to tell your doctor about it. The truth is, you can use some home remedies to treat this problem which is very common. In fact, it is most prevalent among teenage girls and happens to 9 out of 10 women today.

Clothing – Where possible, try not to wear underwear which is too tight. Your private parts need space to breath. Wear the super-tight underwear only when necessary, not all the time.

Soap – You might not want to use too much soap when cleaning your vagina. There are actually specific vaginal wash from the pharmacy. Use some rose water if you can and some glycerine.

Yoghurt – Where possible, drink a few cups of yoghurt (unsweetened) daily. Alternatively, you can dip a tampon into yogurt and then place it strategically onto your vaginal area for about an hour or slightly more and then wash.

Food – Yeast is the main culprit of odor. Try to reduce food with high levels of sugar or yeast. This will reduce yeast infection and indirectly reduce the odor.

Vaginal Deodorants – You might not realize it but some vaginal deodorants and wipes are the main reasons why the odor is there in the first place. Instead of these prodcuts, try to use tea tree oil to clean your vagina. Meanwhile, Chlorophyll can do wonders too or you can mix a cup of Apple Cider Vinegar into the bathtub as well.

Garlic – This is quite unusual but you can peel garlic and then put it around your vagina or take garlic peels. It helps.

Baking Soda – Besides being used for making pastries and cakes, baking soda can be used as toothpaste and other purposes. Besides that, baking soda can be used in your bath tub which will then remove the odor significantly.