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☮ ☮Hippie Jesus☮ 2 kids; West Virginia 10560 posts
13th Jul

Peace!

user banned 33 kids; British Columbia 2986 posts
13th Jul

yeah it is a hormonal thing. It will go away but it will take awhile.

lolajessup Due July 25; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
13th Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting ★★★ TKO:</b>" yeah it is a hormonal thing. It will go away but it will take awhile. "</blockquote>



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L&J ♥ +1 Due August 29; 2 kids; New Jersey 6091 posts
13th Jul

Most likely hormonal .. I remember that smell. It sucks.

.Sweet Dee. 1 child; Arkansas 4239 posts
13th Jul

Your body has retained alot of extra fluid in those 9 months...
And I'm sure you got a ton of fluids in the hospital. It's totally normal and healthy to diurese after birth....in the form of sweating and peeing. It's annoying but it should slow down soon..

Pullonyourboots TTC since Aug 2013; 1 child; Falmouth, Massachusetts 229 posts
13th Jul

i remember smelling really bad after having my daughter... same thing... i would shower and nothing made a difference... it didnt come from one specific region either... like i thought it was my "Netherlands" but it was just me... i smelled like an "old tampon"... is how i remember describing it to my fiance lol... eww..

k,c,k mom 3 kids; Beaverton, Oregon 127 posts
13th Jul

Totally normal, your body trying to get rid of the extra fluid. With my middle daughter her dad (a total jerk if I could only give you all the examples) refused to sleep in bed with me for 7 weeks after our daughter was born because he said I smelled all the time.



This is also the guy who told me I was too fat 2 days after our daughter was born.