Fishy Smelling Urine?


Fishy smell in women can be caused by Trimethylaminuria (TMAU) which is a rare metabolic disorder. The smell can also be caused by vaginal infections such as trichomonas vaginalis or bacterial vaginosis (BV).
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Vaginal odor has many possible causes. The most common cause of vaginal odor is bacterial vaginosis, resulting from an overgrowth of organisms normally present in the vagina. The
Bacterial vaginosis is the most
The fishy odor is a result of the generation of a compound known as amines by the anaerobic bacteria. When the pH raises, the amines become unstable, which occurs in BV due to the
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