Get Rid of That Fishy Odor in Your Labia

A woman’s private parts maintain a very delicate balance of chemicals and microscopic organisms that benefit health. If this balance is thrown out of order, it can cause many problems. Almost every woman has had a mild case of bacterial vaginosis at some point in her life. This causes an unpleasant fishy odor and can occasionally make the area itchy.

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You can get a prescription from a doctor to cure the infection, but this does not always work. Some women suffer from constant recurrence of this common illness. Fortunately, it is possible to treat this condition with home remedies. These helpful alternative treatments restore balance to the private parts and encourage probiotic growth.

Yogurt
Yogurt is frequently used to treat infections caused by excessive bacteria in the private parts. It is a great source of live lactobacillus, and these probiotics help to destroy bad bacteria. Yogurt is also mildly acidic, so it helps to maintain the pH balance of a woman’s private parts. There are a few different ways to use yogurt for bacterial vaginosis.

All of these remedies should use plain, unsweetened and unflavored yogurt. You can eat two cups of yogurt each day to increase your body’s overall amount of probiotics. You can also apply it directly to the affected area. Apply a tablespoon of yogurt to a cotton pad and place it in the affected area for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, wash the private parts gently with clean water. Not only does this encourage bacterial and pH balance, but it has a soothing effect on itchy infections.

Apple Cider Vinegar Bath
A woman’s private parts are naturally very acidic. If the acid level is too low, the bacteria that make the fishy smell can flourish. Apple cider vinegar has a pH level similar to the ideal acid levels for private parts. You can therefore use it to gently alter your pH levels and encourage proper bacteria growth.

Make a bath with water that is warm but not hot. Add one cup of apple cider vinegar to the bath and stir it to combine the liquids.

Soak in the bath for 15 to 20 minutes, and then rinse and dry the affected area. You can take an apple cider vinegar bath daily to gradually reduce the condition and the fishy odor.

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Fenugreek
Fenugreek is an herb that has been used to treat female complaints for years. It works quite well for women who are affected by bacterial vaginosis. Fenugreek works by balancing pH levels and improving the immune system. This increased level of germ and disease fighting power helps you to heal faster.

You can get the fish odor fighting benefits of fenugreek by sipping a tea made from the seeds. All you have to do is pour boiling water over a teaspoon of dried fenugreek seeds. Let it soak for five minutes, and then add some honey to sweeten it.

Drink this tea twice a day to heal the private parts. Many women report that their breath and body odor starts to smell like maple syrup after using this treatment. This happens because fenugreek contains chemical compounds that are also in the tasty syrup.

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Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is not just moisturizing, it is also antifungal and antibacterial. Therefore it is a great way to treat a

fishy odor

because it kills the smelly bacteria. It has also been shown to improve the immune system, so it speeds healing even more. All you have to do is rub a teaspoon of coconut oil over the affected area three times a day. This will help to fix the condition.

These treatments should help to provide relief from unpleasant fishy odor. Of course you should continue to take any medication prescribed by your doctor while using home remedies though. You can also keep occasionally using these treatments after you are cured to prevent the fishy odor from returning.

 
 

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