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Ever wondered "Why does my vagina smell? Vaginal odors are totally normal. All vaginas have some kind of scent down, and no matter what soap commercials tell you, it shouldn't be a light floral one. According to research published in the New York Times , people with vaginas "are most frequently concerned that their vaginas smell like fish followed by vinegar, onions, ammonia, garlic, cheese, body odor, urine, bread, bleach, feces, sweat, metal, feet, garbage and rotten meat. There is no single way a healthy vagina should smell.

My vagina stinks... Now what? Possible causes of a strong vaginal smell.

My vagina stinks Now what? Possible causes of a strong vaginal smell.

A healthy vulva — which includes the labia and vaginal opening — tastes and smells like a healthy vulva. That is to say, it might be sweet or sour, metallic or bitter, salty or sharp. It might even have faint hints of what you had for dinner. The taste can even vary throughout the month, thanks to your menstrual cycle. Read on to learn more about what it may taste like, why it might change, and what you can do if the taste or smell seems off. The vagina — that is, the internal canal — is naturally acidic. But that natural acidity can translate to some flavors that are stronger than neutral.

11 Reasons Your Vagina Smells a Little…Off

We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. While vaginas all smell slightly different, the scent is usually mild and natural. A strong and unpleasant smell, such as an onion smell, can signify infection or another health problem. The body naturally produces a discharge that keeps the vagina healthy and free of harmful bacteria and irritants.
Fact: Having some type of vaginal odor is normal. Despite all of the marketing that tells you otherwise, there is likely nothing wrong with the way your vagina smells. Chances are, you smell just fine.