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  • Odd smelling discharge?

    Hi ladies, hoping to get a little bit of help with this situation.
    For a long while now, I'm constantly getting discharge/vaginal odor that smells like onions.
    My discharge has ranged between yellow to sometimes even greenish.
    I have had this checked out by doctors countless times, I've had numerous STD tests (all negative) and vaginal swabs that showed nothing out of the ordinary.
    I keep putting it down to yeast infections, but I've probably treated myself for yeast infections at least 4-5 times this year?
    Could it be something else? What could cause a yeast infection to keep coming back? How can I stop it permanently, should I try to find a specialist?
    Please help as it is making me very uncomfortable around my partner.
    Thank you!

  • When you treat for the yeast, does it improve?

    Yes, I'd probably seek the advice of a specialist, or look into dietary or hygienic causes.

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    • look up men smell of cheese and women onion
      seems women have more sulpher in them combined with sweat gives an onion odor

      found a gynecologist reply online that said there is no infection that causes onion odor and since you've been checked numerous times and nothing been found, it is possibly the women smell like onion thing

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      • Have they cultured you for BV?
        "Be what you're looking for."

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        • I've been with women that emit vaginal odors (cheese, onion, and fish) but not so strong as to be unbearable. I do know that some foods can impact these unique odors and I've simply persisted in rendering mutual satisfaction.

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          • Recurrent yeast infections can be frustrating. If tests rule out infections, consider consulting a specialist, such as a gynecologist or infectious disease expert. They can explore potential underlying causes like hormonal imbalances, diet, or lifestyle factors and provide a tailored treatment plan for a long-term solution.

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