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Fishy vaginal odor
or fishy vaginal discharge
is commonly seen in bacterial vaginosis
. It is diagnosed by history , examination of the pelvis and taking a swab of any discharge present. It is easily treated with medication either topical or oral.
In terms of the urinary frequency and lower abdominal pain
, it may be occurring as a result of cystitis which is inflammation of the bladder.
Cystitis can be caused by (1) infection- this is the most common cause
(2) traumatic cystitis , this is bruising of the bladder
(3) secondary to medication or radiation therapy
(4) eosinophilic cystitis
- the exact cause is unknown , it is a diagnosis of exclusion meaning other conditions are ruled out first
You may want to consider visiting your doctor for an evaluation. In addition to physical examination, you would need to have a urine culture to rule out infection.
Further tests would be done based on the findings
I hope this helps