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my boyfriend was going down on me and he had to stop b/c of the smell.. but then i sprayed a lil perfumed and he was able to continue...does every girl have unpleasant sent in their vagina? and also when he does it i discharge a lot but im assuming thats what "getting wet" is discharge is suppose to be clear and gooey right? otherwise i have no other problems.thanks
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We have an article related to this topic "Help! I stink!"

So, you could make an appointment with a gynecologist to make sure nothing's wrong (which you should do now that you're sexually active), and see if you have any sort of diseases. If you go to the doctor and find out that nothing's wrong, well, you're fine. One of the things that might help are Glyde scented dental dams, which you can get in nice scents (wildberry, vanilla) and they protect you from STDs! Yay! For more information on dental dams, please use the board search function.

Also, please don't use scented products of any sort on your genitals. They can irritate the area so that your vulva really will smell from having a bacterial infection of some sort.

Yes, getting wet when aroused is perfectly normal and your discharge sounds normal. For more information, please read Sexual Response and Orgasm – A User’s Guide.

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