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March 26, 2016
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Vaginal Odor Treatment

by Ratliff J

 

We would like to take the time to share facts, tips and instructions that will help you to easily eliminate vaginal odor from your life forever. We completely understand how devastating vaginal odor can be in a woman's life. We have researched causes of severe vaginal odor for over 10 years and have met women who have suffered through the painful embarrassment of sexual relationships as well as plummeting self esteem. Fortunately, we found an answer and now it's our pleasure to share that answer with as many women as we can to eliminate the burden of vaginal odor from their lives forever.

Most women who experience vaginal odor have no idea what causes it, much less how to get rid of it. Women use heavy perfume it away or use an endless supply of feminine hygiene products. The truth is you don't need any of these products and you're not unsanitary. Actually, there are several causes in women's health that cause vaginal discharge odor, all of which can be eliminated simply and painlessly. Most (95%+) vaginal odor is caused by an infection called "gardnerella" which causes bacterial vaginosis. While this infection can be passed between partners, it is not a sexually transmitted disease (STD). bacterial vaginosis (BV) is one of the chief causes of vaginal odor. This odor may become more pronounced after having sex and is often referred to as fishy in nature. This is the most common type of vaginal odor.

The cause of bacterial vaginosis is not fully understood. BV is associated with an imbalance in the bacteria that is normally found in a woman's vagina. The vagina normally contains mostly "good" bacteria and fewer "harmful" bacteria. BV develops when there is a change in the environment of the vagina that causes an increase in harmful bacteria.

Learn more about Enzara for Vaginal Odor.


About the Author

J. Ratliff is a health writer for Ask Wellness.



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