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How can I get rid of body odour?

Olivia wrote:

I have had it since I was 11 years old. I am 21 now.

Soon after puberty, I started smelling badly. No one in my family has body odour. What should I do?

Embarrassing to go to doctor. Please help.

Dear Olivia

There's no way out of it; you must go to the doctor.

The problem may not be as bad as you think (the way we smell ourselves is not how others smell us); and even if it is, it may be a simple, treatable, medical condition.

By not going to the doctor, certain conditions can get worse - and overuse of soaps, deodorants and other chemicals may make it worse, harder to treat, and cause other problems too.

Find a female doctor, and get it over with - a few minutes of embarassment may make a big difference in your life.


Please Note: I am NOT a physician, and any 'health advice' should NOT be taken to be "Medical Advice" - because it is not - my aim is to give you a few possibilities to be thinking about, and some general 'common sense' advice - if my advice says see a doctor, then see a doctor!

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