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What can cause frequent urination and vaginal odor?


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2007-05-14 16:51:16
2007-05-14 16:51:16

It could be a UTI (urinary tract infection) or possibly something else. Only a doctor can tell exactly what is causing your symptoms and tell you what treatment you require, so make an appointment.

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It shouldn't.... You need to have it checked out by an urologist.

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I can't say for sure if they do or don't, but from my experience I've noticed a stronger vaginal odor when I am ovulating.

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