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What Food You Eat Doesn't Change How Your Vagina Smells

Whether the foods you eat taste good or bad, they won't make your vaginal smell different.
Three unpeeled tangerine halves lay in a row against a pink surface with green smell lines coming from the top.
Illustration by Jaelen Brock

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