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Kristin_0608
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Okay, I'm sure you get a lot of questions on here about this, but I really want to know if this is normal or not. Okay, my vulva smells like sweat like underarm sweat, it doesn't bother me, but its strong but thats what it smells like, so I was wondering if that's normal or not. Thanks
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LilBlueSmurf
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It's normal! You can sweat from pretty much anywhere on your body ... And if you leave it there long enough, it starts to smell like sweat.

Showering more frequently or wiping the area a few times a day with warm wash cloths (and mild soap, if you like) should help.


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