This is a really nice article about the difference between menopause and vaginal odor. I think it’s worth a read.
Menopause is a natural biological process that happens to women as they approach their 40th birthday. Vaginal odor is a result of the vagina becoming less able to maintain the delicate balance between the vaginal lining and the vaginal wall. The article says that the vagina becomes less able to produce water vapor, and that this leads to the vagina becoming less able to hold water. It says that the vagina loses its ability to hold water and that this causes odor.
That’s pretty important stuff, so it’s worth a read. For me, the article is a little too depressing for my taste, but I really liked that it was written by a woman. I have a friend who is always complaining that her vagina doesn’t smell like anything. I just think that it’s good that she’s being honest about it, because it means that she’s not trying to be a brag.
The article talks about vaginal odor, and I think that it is pretty relevant to our discussion here. Most of us think of the vagina as being pretty clean, but we have to wonder what it would be like to get rid of it altogether. The vagina is a watery-wet place, with a lot of fluid that is constantly leaking out of it, and the water in the vagina is necessary for many natural processes that take place.
So if we are talking about water in general, the vagina is also not a clean place. As I’ve mentioned before, the vagina is lined with mucous membranes, and the mucous membranes are also lined with glands. In fact, the majority of our sense of smell is carried not by the mucous membranes of the vagina, but rather by the glands in the mucous membranes.
Basically, when you’re on the pill, there is the possibility that you could have some vaginal problems. Your reproductive organs, and the rest of your body, could be affected by your estrogen levels and your progesterone levels. The vagina is in direct contact with the outside world–you can literally breathe in and out of your vagina as you’re wearing it. And with your estrogen levels being reduced, it means that you could be more likely to be feeling some vaginal issues.
In the game, as you are on a mission, you can feel the vaginal odor. It smells like your menstrual cycle, and is caused by the presence of estrogen and progesterone in the vagina.
The game does have some other potential issues with estrogen, but nothing that is significantly worse than just being a bit on the dark side. My experience is that estrogen and progesterone levels can change naturally without a significant change in your hormones, so I am not sure if any of these issues are caused by these hormone levels or if they are just a bit out of whack.
I don’t think the game is going to be able to solve problems of this sort, but I am happy to report that the smell is much less of a problem than it was before.
The real change that takes place is the change in your sense of smell. I have noticed that my vaginal odor is much less noticeable since I have stopped using birth control pills.