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Why am i getting a fishy smell in my vagina after intercourse ?

Hey,I am 17.I started taking contraception pills about a month ago,at the moment there r only two pills left out of 21.Recently,i had sex with my boyfriend and he ejaculated in me for the first time.Two days later i started experiencing a bad fishy smell from my vagina,and it was quite strong.I have just finished treatment of candidosis.We haven t had sex since then(2 days),and the smell s going away,but s still there a lil bit.I started using feminax intimate wash and wipes instead of soap.I do not know what can that be,do You think his sperm doesn t match with my vagina or smth?
Asked On : Tue, 3 May 2011
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hi,there is nothing like matching of sperms and vagina,this could be simply infection in your private parts.As you were already having candidiasis,there might be some super added bacterial infection on it.Please avoid having sex without condom.Please take care,pregnancy is not the only threat for unprotected sex.Please get in tough with your doctor for more.
Answered: Tue, 3 May 2011
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