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Should my virgina smell different if im pregnant?

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2010-07-27 21:39:31
2010-07-27 21:39:31

no a vagina smells the same either way,

or it smell like "Tuna Of The Sea".

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Mine did... it smelled really bad the whole time I was pregnant.


Not usually, but you are more prone to infection while pregnant so take a specimen of urine and have it tested. You have more vaginal discharge when pregnant but it should not smell so get it checked out.


I didn't know an entire state could smell bad.


no i doesnt suppose to smell like that but i guess every pregnancy is different. and you must always keep a good hygiene when being pregnant


No. I wonder however if it's someone who told you smell weird or if it the way you perceive it because if it's you, it's probably just pregnancy nose. Things smell different when pregnant and that is just normal.


It shouldn't if it does get to your doctor IMMEDIATELY so they can test you for infections or STDs hope this helps Good luck and God Bless!! no actually it can smell diffrent i red about a women that found out she was pregnant by the smell of her urine, she never had no symptoms before hoped that helpedd


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It is always bad to smell pine sol, whether you're pregnant or not.


A dog might be able to do this. My dog used to press her nose against my belly when I was pregnant. You might smell different when you're pregnant, maybe that's why.Well thats what i gota say tanx for listining :)


NO. If you have an unpleasant smell you probably have an infection. These are more common when you are pregnant but not usually serious. Get it checked.


You should see your doctor. You might have an infection.


That would depend on what the cause of the bump and the smell are. You need to have your doctor look at it immediately, and get his opinion.


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When i was pregnant i had extremley similar discharge and quite a lot of it, the only difference being the smell. I know it had a smell but glue does not come to mind, my little girl is 4 now so it was a few years back. Also my friend is 19 weeks pregnant and she has exactly the same discharge, does not smell glue but it has quite a potent smell


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It might if you change the way you eat and drink. Just being pregnant alone does not change the urine in a way you can smell. Pregnancy does make the sense of smell stronger so the pregnant women may feel like it smells stronger (along with everything else).


Smell of alcohol will not damage topregnantwoman in casual parties or say in home.If she do not like the smell then she should keep away.She may like or dislike some smells and you have to accept it.


proteins have nitrogen which gives a smell of rotten egg. That's why the smell of proteins is different from carbohydrates


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