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October 15, 2009

Take Care of the Smell After Sex







After your husband ejaculates inside of you, over time your vagina may have a not so pleasant scent. It is important to care for yourself properly after sex just as you do before the sex. This maybe elementary information, however it's still needful and can be overlooked due to distractions of being a wife.

One way to care for yourself is the basic soap and water. Now this is good, but it only gets the outer part of the vagina. The real odor comes from within. I know studies now say that douching is not the best solution because it drys the vagina out. However douching once or twice a month should be alright. If your vagina is dry, then you could purchase, a lubricant that is designed to be inserted in the vagina. It's like a light oil. FDS carries the product which can be purchased at Wal-mart or any drug store.

Another way to clean yourself properly is with a feminine wash. This would be an excellent choice because this wash is a gentle, soap free cleanser designed to gently wash away odor causing bacteria from the external vaginal.

Now the best approach in my opinion is to soak in the bath tub. Add vinegar to your bath water. Vinegar is an excellent odor replant. When bathing, those extra body fluids will come out. This way, water does seep into the vagina giving it a light cleanse.



It's best to keep feminine wipes in your purse for quick sex moments with your husband when you are out and about. Hey, it happens. Best to be prepared, right? Also, when done cleaning yourself from the use of the bathroom. It's best to use a scented panie liner to catch any discharge from sex. This discharge could have a smelly odor so it 's best to be protected and use a feminine spray if needed. You don't want to walk around with the 'wet' feeling. Not pleasant at all!


Why do I mention all of this? Why not? Besides, may not be you, but have you ever been in your car sitting and you smell yourself? It's not a fishy scent, but it's a light foul odor, so you find yourself keeping your legs tightly closed or especially if you are in public? Or maybe you went to the bathroom, pulled down your panies and boom! The foul sex scent hits you in your face (even after you cleaned properly, it's still the discharge of your husband's sperm and your discharge). Matter of fact, when you are done, you are hoping that no one goes in that bathroom stall that you were in. Doesn't have to be a public bathroom, it could be your own bathroom at home and your husband uses it right after you. Save yourself the embarrassment! Again, maybe not you, but you know that female friend you have and her vagina has an odor and you don't know how to tell her. Don't let it be you because it can happen.

So it's best to stay on top of your 'A' game. Do this by keeping feminine wipes and maybe a feminine spray in your purse so you can freshen up anytime and feel confident sitting, standing, dancing and even using the public bathroom.

Yours truly,

12 comments:

Fran said...

Nice post. Thanks for sharing.

Using a ph balanced feminine wash is good, but I've found that water is best.

The vagina is self cleansing and whilst soap and feminine wash are good for the outside, washing oneself with plain water using the fingers is actually best. Water is also the best way to rinse off any 'left-over' sperm after intercourse...

Lady A said...

Thanks for that hon! I was going to comment on 'just water' but then I changed my mind due to the lengthy post. I too just use water. That's what my gyno suggested since soap is too harsh for me.

Femme Lounge said...

thanks for sharing this. water and mild soap can be helpful too.

Lady A said...

@Femme, yes, mos def! How could I leave out the most basic tip?! It will be for the next post on hygiene, lol. Thanks for reading!

Kike said...

Thank you so much for this. I had noticed the unpleasant smell but I didn't know what to do about it. I'm glad I came across this today. How come nobody ever told me before?

Lady A said...

@Kike, If you read my introduction, the main reason why I'm doing this blog is because no one told me ANYTHING about marriage and being a wife! I had to learn on my own. Correction, my mom did tell me 1 or 2 points about being a wife. I forgot to add 'just use water' which is the best. NO SOAP! Or use plain vinegar and water in your bath water. I put the vinegar on my washcloth then wash. Thanks so much for your love!

Anonymous said...

First things first I am a man.
I love my partner and agree with all you wrote. I feel there is just one thing I could add. Many women have a phobia about their smell / scent call it what you like. Now I am not saying you must smell fishy all day but truthfully many men who love their wives / girlfriends like crazy, really crazy crazy love also love that unique scent of her pussy. I do. It turns me on every time I get a wif of it and she knows.I love her body & soul so much I could eat her. We are so close we can almost read each others minds. Maybe this chemical bond has helped our closeness endure time. If a man loves a women he will love her scent.

Anonymous said...

It's sweet, but it directly contradicts what doctors write. Furthermore, if a bv is involved, the very last thing a woman should do is douch or spray anything but water. If a woman smells after sex, it is most likely a reaction between sperm and her own body fluids.

Anonymous said...

I really needed this post today. My husband and I are newly weds.. So a lot of our time is spent in the bedroom. He doesn't mind the smell after sex and says he actually loves it. However it leaves me feeling embarrassed and unconfident. I'm glad I'm not the only one!

Anonymous said...

To the male that commented... Your word choices, especially on a females blog are a little inapproptiate. You didnt need to go into that much detail about your personal sex life. Its almost crude. I dont think men need to be commenting like that on an issue specic to women.

Anonymous said...

I love this blog

Anonymous said...

Im 29 yrs old, and my husband was my first. No one has ever told me ANYTHING about this stuff, and although my husband doesnt complain... It drives me nuts!! I use water, but he is so potent it doesnt help! (maybe from the visectomy?) I finally got so desperate that i asked my kid sister what she does (thought it was maybe something wrong with me). She suggested 1/4 cup vinegar to 1 cup warm water, using something to "flush" with. I dont have a flushing device yet, but tried with my hand. The way it reacted to the fluid was amazing!! Usually it kinda runs for days, this kinda dried out the fluid.. Im sooo glad i did it!!