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What she mentions is normal.
That is the normal pH of seminal fluid, and it is alkaline, while vaginal pH is acidic.
So the two fluids have different pH , and it is normal, because that is physiological.
There is nothing to worry about, nor does that cause any discomfort to the female partner in any manner.
If she is having any symptoms of discomfort in the private parts, the beginning of an infection should be suspected and ruled out by a gynecologist.
Your hydration is vital for your health, and not otherwise.
All the best
Please feel free to discuss further.
Patient replied :
It's not a painful discomfort but more so a odor. She said that it used to last a day after sex but now it is lasting longer. She did have a recent yeast infection. Is there any chance that I got it and that is the odor
If you had it, you would have itching, redness etc.
It is more likely just the smell of normal seminal fluid, that might linger on , if not thoroughly cleaned.
To be sure, why dont both of you get tested for infections?