I have been reading some threads searching for an answer to my problem, but I think it's better if I post my specific case.
I've been sexually involved with a co-worker for 2 1/2 years, she's very clean and as far as I know never had any kind of STD. However, she's always had a whitish discharge while we are having intercourse and her vaginal odor is a little stronger than other women I've been with, but I didn't find it worrysome.
I'm know with a girlfriend for the last six months and have continued to have sex periodically with my co-worker, but two months ago, after her period, I noticed a specially bad vaginal odor on her. I thought it would go away on its own but then my girlfriend also developed this foul odor! She took Canesten and the odor went away but came back again after her period, my girlfriend uses benzal douches regularly. My co-worker has had the odor non-stop for two months.
None of them have itching, burning or any kind of discomfort, just the very bad odor. I don't have any kind of symptoms either. The only symptom is their very bad vaginal odor, nothing else.
I'm really worried about this and would like to know your opinion, both my girlfriend and co-worker went to the ginecologist and both were only given Canesten to treat their infection, but weren't tested for any diseases, as if this was normal, please help! :(
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