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shayla
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so my boyfriend that im madly in love with asked me if he could finger me sometime and i agreed. but now i am scared he will be disgusted by my pussy i do shave it but my clit is longer than the vag. and my pussy has a fish smell, and i have these bumps inside my pussy. what do i do ?!? to change all that before he wants to finger ?!?? ahhhhhh help help help [Confused]
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Heather
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I'm unconcerned about any of what you're describing here except for a fishy smell. It's not uncommon for the texture of some of the vulva and vagina to be a bit bumpy, and the appearance of the vulva varies widely. But a fishy smell can indicate a bacterial infection. How long have you had that scent? have you seen a healthcare provider about it yet?

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I'm unconcerned about any of what you're describing here except for a fishy smell. It's not uncommon for the texture of some of the vulva and vagina to be a bit bumpy, and the appearance of the vulva varies widely. But a fishy smell can indicate a bacterial infection. How long have you had that scent? have you seen a healthcare provider about it yet?

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shayla
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before my period i get that smell . but my firends tell me everyone has that smell ?
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Natalie H
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It's normal for the vagina to have some scent to it, but if it smells truly repugnant then you might consider going to get a pelvic exam just to make sure things are regular down there. A good practice in any case; regular gynecological visits are just as important as, say, going to the dentist every so often.

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