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Undesirable vaginal smell, have anxiety, sore tailbone. Family history of cancer. What is wrong?

Um hai. So, I am quite stumped. For the past 2 or 3 months, I have been indicating this odd potent undesirable smell coming from my vagina .. Um, about maybe a couple months ago it has gotten worse. Includding a slight fishy smell. (I have never had any infections that I was aware of before or anything. I am also under age, & I have no one to talk to about his kind of stuff) About a month ago, an irony (rusted penny) smell has added onto the two odors. I also have noticed my epidermis above sed vaginal area has become quite thicker than usual. I am not shure if it is due to growing/female hormone changes?n But, I have grown quite worried. I also have severe anxiety , so I m not quite knowledgeable if that is the source indication or not? My muscles & tailbone/ pelvis area has been sore as well? I got hit by a car a little over a year ago & unfortuenatle broke my tailbone & fractured severalareas of my pelvis, so maybe that plays a part in my worries? (Most likely un-related, but I have been having difficulty keeping a strong appetite , my mouth+throat is constantly dry, & I have been experiencing ungodly headaches , as well as ear infections in both ears. I m not supposed to start my period for a couple more weeks) & to conclude my plea question, I constantly feel drained, whenever I walk for 10+ minutes I feel as if I am about to faint? & I feel like I m constantly sucking my stomach in; reason to lack of appetite, I imagine I also was born cursed wif a heart-mermer + cancer runs through both sides of my family.. Could I possibly be doing sumffing wrong? Or could sumffing be wrong?? (I am in hope for helpful understandable solutions/answer. As well as avoiding the drs. I do not have a dr right now I am staying at a relatives & am in the process of moving again.... I would like to avoid notifying my mother.) THANKYOU, IF YOU READ THIS VERY LONG PARAGRAPH *THANKYOU, if you reply &/or answer my worry/plea!!
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Welcome to HCM,

Any infection in your vagina can cause foul smell from vagina.

Bacterial vaginosis is most common cause. Fungal (yeast) infection can also cause foul smell.

You can apply Candid vaginal cream locally.

The dryness in your mouth & throat seems to be due to oral infection. And this infection has reached up to your ears also.

You will be requiring a 10-15 days course of antibiotic.

For confirmation of diagnosis and prescription of treatment, you have to consult an ENT specialist.

You should get your thyroid and blood sugar tested.

Meanwhile take cap Becadexamin one daily.

Thanks for trusting Healthcaremagic and posting your query.

Hope you found my response to your query informative and helpful.

If you have further concerns in this regard, you can submit those with Healthcaremagic as well.

With good wishes,
Answered: Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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