Smelly After Sex

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Usually a day or two after having sex with my boyfriend, I start to notice a fishy odour from my vagina. I constantly have a lot of vaginal discharge so I’m unsure as to whether there is more or less when I notice the fishy smell. 

I get no itching or anything  else, just the rather unpleasant odour which leaves me anxious to whether anyone else can smell it or not! 

I’ve tried canestest before but I get absolutely no result with them. 

I’d appreciate it so much if someone could give me any insight as to what this could be or what might be causing the odour. 

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    HI it could be that his sperm is to acidic get your vaginal Ph checked out after the next time you have sex, you can get a Ph kit from your chemist and very easy to use.

    Just a thought do you make sure you urinate straight after sex, as this helps you flush things away.

    See how that goes.

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    Hello, that sounds like BV! This happens when your PH balance is thrown off, not a STD! You do need treatment for this which is either by mouth or vaginal.
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    I'm gay and have unprotected sex with my boyfriend and I can tell you that if you let him ejaculate in you, semen tends to smell fishy after awhile.

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    Hi Fishy odour and a cottage cheese discharge is BV, so off you go to your chemist tell them what you have and get meds for it.

    Unless you want to go the natural remedy way of life, if so just google BV natural remedies and your find help that way.

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