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In fact, these products can be very irritating and can cause vaginitis. Every female has a natural vaginal scent that can change throughout her menstrual cycle. Every healthy vagina makes discharge. Normal vaginal discharge is usually clear, white, or light yellow and sometimes sticky. Your vagina and vulva area are usually healthy if you do NOT have an odor that is different for you or fishy smelling and you do not have itching, redness, or burning. If you have a discharge that smells different for you or if the area around your vulva or vagina is itchy, red, or sore, you should make an appointment with your health care provider and get treated.

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Keeping your vagina clean and healthy - NHS

Brands are taking advantage of our increasing awareness of intimate health and the market is being flooded with all kinds of products designed to help you clean and 'beautify' your vulva and vagina. But do we actually need them? The short answer is, probably not. These products aren't going away - in fact they're growing in popularity.

Vaginal Hygiene – Do’s and Don’ts

Washing the vagina can lead to many problems. You might have heard that the vagina is like a self-cleaning oven — a pretty accurate metaphor. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists points out that your vagina cleans itself and keeps itself healthy by maintaining the correct pH balance and cleaning itself with natural secretions.
These products not only contribute to the myth that vaginas need cleaning, they are also associated with serious health risks. The vulva includes: the labia, clitoris, opening of the urethra, opening of the vagina, mons pubis, and some people also include the perineum and anus. Avoid scented soaps and make sure to rinse off all excess soap. Vaginas clean themselves naturally by making mucus , which washes away blood, semen, and other things that shouldn't be in there. That said, If you either have discharge that smells bad or itchiness with thick, white, or yellowish-green discharge with or without an odor, they might be signs of infection , so you should get checked out by a doctor as soon as you can.