You won’t talk about it, so we will… between us girls strong vaginal odor won’t go away until you understand how it starts.

Vaginal Odors

There comes a point in every woman’s life when she needs a little extra help dealing with common vaginal issues such as odors. It’s normal for your vagina to have a slight odor. But, a strong vaginal odor — for instance, a “fishy” smell — might be abnormal and could indicate a serious problem. An abnormal vaginal odor is usually associated with other vaginal signs and symptoms such as itching, burning, irritation or discharge. Anything with an odor is going to make anyone feel awkward, distressed and just plain not fresh.

Unusual vaginal odor happens from time to time. Even when you’re taking good care of your body and your vagina, you may experience unfamiliar smells. What’s not normal, however, is persistent or strong odors. A healthy vagina’s typical scent may best be described as “musky” or “fleshy.” A menstrual cycle might cause a slightly “metallic” scent for a few days. Intercourse may also change the smell temporarily. Your vagina cleanses itself naturally. If you leave your vagina to its own devices, it can naturally maintain a healthy pH and keep unhealthy bacteria and unpleasant odors at bay. But if you notice a stark difference in your odor, then you may be experiencing a sign of a potential problem.

Covering up the problem with sprays, gels, washes, or perfumed soaps won’t help and may actually make things worse. The only real solution to vaginal odor is to restore and maintain your body’s delicate balance. Sometimes your body can do this on its own, but when it needs a little help:

You are now empowered to Conquer Vaginal Odor on your own and keep your body in balance.

GYNALAC:*

  • Helps to relieve unpleasant vaginal odor
  • Supports vaginal health by restoring and maintaining vaginal pH balance
  • Supports healthy bacteria & yeast balance to maintain vaginal health
  • Clinically proven to decrease odor concerns
  • Fast-acting
  • Paraben-free
  • No-mess
  • Non-staining gel
*LEGAL DISCLAIMER – These statements have NOT been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product is not meant to treat, cure or prevent the following: Bacterial vaginosis, bv, bacterial infection, bacteriosis, yeast infection, fertility issues, UTIs, Urinary Tract Infections or other vaginal issues.

An unhealthy vaginal ecosystem places women at risk for HIV and other serious medical conditions including post-operative infections and pregnancy related complications.

GYNALAC is not intended to cure or treat an existing infection. The product works to help balance your vaginal pH levels, which can help to eliminate unwanted vaginal odors, including those associated with BV. Because GYNALAC has the same pH level as a healthy vagina and supports the vagina’s self-cleaning mechanisms, many women who use GYNALAC report a decrease in the occurrence of vaginal infections – like BV or yeast infections. 

** If you have recurring vaginal discharge, persistent odor, itching, or discomfort, please be sure to contact your doctor.

You now have an option to deal with vaginal odor that tackles the problem at its source.

Developing a routine, with GYNALAC, that maintains a healthy pH balance is the secret to preventing and eliminating vaginal odor, once and for all.

Types of Vaginal Odor: Click here to learn more about the different types of vaginal odor.

Vaginal Discharge: The production of vaginal discharge can change in consistency and appearance depending on many factors. Click here to learn more about vaginal discharge.

Vaginal Discharge Color: Click here for a guide and to learn more about what the color of your vaginal discharge means.

Importance of pH: A healthy vaginal pH is usually between 3.8 and 4.5. Click here to learn more about why pH of the vagina is so important.

Vaginal Health: Click here to learn more about vaginal health.

Antibiotic Resistance: The growing concern over the risk of antibiotic resistance is the primary reasons most healthcare practitioners are now turning towards non-antibiotic approaches to prevent recurrent infections. Learn more here.

Pregnancy: Bacterial Vaginosis is found in about 25% of pregnant women. Click here to learn more about potential risks to your pregnancy.

UTI or Vaginal Infection? If you experience discomfort in your genital area or when you urinate, you may have an infection. Click here to learn more about difference between a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and Vaginal Infection.

Bacterial Vaginosis or Yeast Infection: Which Is It? Click here to learn how to tell the difference between bacterial vaginosis and a yeast infection.

FAQs: Click here to find the answers to commonly asked questions on GYNALAC and bacterial vaginosis.