Vaginas are supposed to smell. In the meantime, here are six common vaginal odors and what they might be trying to tell you. Garlic, onions, or another type of food. Your breath isn't the only thing affected by a garlicky meal or a strong cup of coffee —fragrant foods can change your vaginal odor, too. As anyone who's peed after eating asparagus can tell you, certain foods can cause some funky smells as they make their way out of your body.
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Before my daughter was even born, messages around the need to "fix" my body postpartum, to undo the damage, had already begun to sail in from every direction. YouTube videos promised to strengthen my sagging body, Instagram recommended post-baby workout plans, the magazines at my OB's office advertised stretch-mark removal and breast lifts. Even my mother forwarded articles on postpartum recovery. My belly was still growing, but no one talked about the wild transformation my vulva would go through during childbirth.
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We all wonder whether what's under our clothes looks like what's under other women's clothes, especially when it comes to things like nipples or even more private parts. If you're wandering around worried you have weird labia, you're not the only one. But in reality, it's exceedingly unlikely that your labia are too long, too uneven, or abnormal in any other way. First, a quick lesson in the lady parts. They usually have hair unless you shave or wax, and their main purpose is to protect all the fun stuff in between them: your inner lips, known as your labia minora, your clitoris , your urethra, and your vaginal opening.