Can BV cause swollen lymph nodes in armpit?

Infections Other types of infection such as pneumonia and bronchitis can also cause swollen armpit lymph nodes, and infections in the abdominal region such as gastroenteritis, genital HPV, syphilis, candidiasis, or vaginosis, and leg or foot injuries can cause swollen groin lymph nodes.

Can Lymphnodes smell?

Scrofula, an infection of the lymph nodes, is reported to smell like stale beer, and a person who suffers from diabetes is known to sometimes have a breath smelling of acetone. Research has also shown that dogs are able to smell cancer tumors in the same way as they can detect hidden drugs or missing people.

Can bacterial vaginosis make your lymph nodes swell?

First episode most severe, subsequent episodes milder. Itching or burning on skin in area where blisters are about to appear. Initial infection often accompanied by fever, headache and swollen lymph nodes.

Can trichomoniasis cause swollen lymph nodes?

More common symptoms include tender lymph nodes in the groin area that may be swollen and inflamed with genital exposure, and/or rectal bleeding and drainage from the rectum with receptive anal exposure.

Why are my armpits stinking all of a sudden?

Changes to body odor may be due to puberty, excessive sweating, or poor hygiene. Sudden changes are typically caused by the environment, medications, or foods that you eat. However, body odor, especially sudden and persistent changes to your normal odor, can sometimes be a sign of an underlying condition.

Why do my armpits still smell?

The odor can be caused by poor hygiene or not using the right products. Or there may be an underlying medical condition that needs to be treated. Using an over-the-counter (OTC) antiperspirant or deodorant (or a combination antiperspirant-deodorant) daily, after your shower, can help remedy armpit odor.

Is lymphoma an infection?

Infections. Lymphoma is not infectious. You cannot catch lymphoma and you cannot pass it on to someone else.

What BV looks like?

Thin, gray, white or green vaginal discharge. Foul-smelling “fishy” vaginal odor. Vaginal itching. Burning during urination.