Bacterial vaginitis: Vaginal odor like fart is severe when associated behind the symptoms (postcoordination)
Q: I’m a woman in her early 20s. A few months ago, vaginal secretions began to come out in large quantities, stinging and itchy. The smell of vagina is especially bad.
Earlier last month, I went to the bathroom while eating at a restaurant with my friends. While I was away, my friend next to me smelled the cushion I was sitting on, and it smelled like the smell of a bank, fart, and soybean paste. In fact, he said that the terrible smell came into his nose from the moment he sat at the table, and that he thought it was a symptom of vaginitis, so he told him to visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic for treatment.(I was wearing super mini hot pants at the time.)
I didn’t go to the hospital yet because I was embarrassed, but my boyfriend told me something shocking yesterday.
I had a relationship at the motel last night. I liked the posture of my juniors, so I lied down on the bed as usual, and my boyfriend carefully talked to me. I don’t know if it’s because of the smell of the anus, but when I lie down, the vagina smells really bad. In fact, I noticed the bad smell of vagina a few months ago, but he said he pretended not to know it because he was afraid of hurting my pride. He said it would be better to go to the hospital and get treatment even now, so I’m planning to go to the gynecologist soon. Is it vaginitis? Will the smell go away when treated?
A: He’s sticking out his buttocks and showing his anus. From a man’s point of view, it is natural that the smell of women’s anus and vagina permeates strongly into their noses.
If the vagina stings, itches, secretions come out in large quantities, and stinks, it is likely to be bacterial vaginitis. Please visit a nearby obstetrics and gynecology clinic to find the exact causative agent and receive appropriate treatment.
If symptoms are left unattended or self-treated with women’s cleaning or vaginal sanitizer, vaginitis may recur or become chronic, so be careful not to use it often. Go to the hospital and get treatment as soon as possible.