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Okay so I have odor and it’s especially noticeable in small spaces like rooms with a lot of people or cars. I am going on a camping trip with friends and we will most likely be sleeping in tents for a couple nights. I am SO worried I’m my odor is going to blow around... can someone please tell me what helps with masking the odor? I already tried apple cider vinegar baths, re(fresh), tea tree oil and water wrinses and baking soda bath.. nothing works. Does anyone have any other remedies they use? Or a product that works well? I need to know by Friday 🤧 

Thanks all. 

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    Hi I use Canabalance which really does help. The only downside is you need to wear pads as it’s a gel and will leak. It takes away the awful odour, it works for me. Costs approx £12 in the Uk for about 7 small pipettes. Try them and let me know how you go. 

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      Have a look online..... as I live in the uk. I darent use boric acid as the name just freaks me out! As I said it really helps me, I use it when my boyfriends around so we can get intimate as without it I wouldn’t let him near me.
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    Hi Laura

    Try boric acid suppositories - you can order them on line 

    Good luck 

    Renee 

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    Vitamin c with rosehips . insert them at night time . try to insert one and if you can bare it insert two. Drink plenty of water and eat lots of veggies . keep your body ph level normal . drink apple ciger everymorning or mix 2 tea spone of baking soda in a 8ouch of water .drink it after every meal . hope this works

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    Ok..so get 1 tablespoon coconut oil.. 2 drops tea tree oil..1 drop oregano..freeze in a ice tray...also for your trip use refresh they have a freshness kit..it comes with a douche and a gel insert..it last for 3 days so u may want to get 2 based on how long u gonna be there..that's the quick fix works like a charm.. search on Walmart in advance they go really fast

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    Use the mix for 7 days when you get back.... Water bottle ice cubes tray makes it easier to insert
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    Morn Laura

    I just happened to go to a specialist gynae yestd. Iv had issues for the past month and she said... Despite every thing she knows her advice to me is to go douche with baking soda... She said bathing in it isn't effective. So a quarter cup of bicarb to a litre of water with a large syringe to squirt the water up into your vagina. She said to carry on twice daily for two weeks. I started yestd... Maybe start asap and see how that works. I will hold thumbs for you.

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      Ps.. What she also said about coconut oil or any oil, it coats the inside of the vagina and the body needs to work twice as hard to get rid of it, so more discharge.
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    Hi Laura... Im a research nut and went and Googlef why it helps. I posted the link, I think you should read it, it suggests a number of things to do with baking soda some of which I'm also going to try.

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    I use panty liners and wash with a

    Ph balance product. Also on your camping trip dont drink coffee or have sugary foods. Drinking a lot of water and eating salads works for me.

    I hope this helps you.

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      I use the ion pads and the bamboo charcoal pads. Get the Bv healing soap from seanjaripreeti it works immediately and keeps your fresh all day! 
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    Thank you all so much for the help! I am going to try this baking soda douche and keep away from sugar and coffee while I’m away this weekend. And also I am going to have the odor eliminating Gel on hand. will let you all know how it went Sunday night when I return home! Hopefully no embarrassing odor! 😩

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