It's funny you mentiond these things because some of the things you mentioned actually are proof that your situation could be anal related/gastrointestinal.
When women sometimes get yeast infections or other fungal infections from yeast and other growth they mostly concentrate on the infection in the vaginal area. Also when we take probiotics mostly we stick to the probiotics for the small colon and don't necesaarily focus on the large colon.
In the large colon is where the food is made into feces and goes out of the rectum. It is also where most problems in the rectum such as bleeding and other problems originate as well as some fungal infections.Probiotics with Bifidum,rhamnosus and other strains are very helpful for the large intestine and also help antifungal infections,at least from the info I read on the site said they do.
Good bacteria in the large intestine is important. Intothewild said that he or she used the same type of antifungal cream that is used for yeast infections to treat the problem they were having inside their rectal area and it helped them. I'm just saying that there may be something that some are overlooking when it comes to having a fecal odor problem, and since the both are connected maybe both areas need to be treated.
So this is what I'm trying to say 31147. http://www.yeastinfectionadvisor.com/customprobiotics.html http://www.healthhype.com/itchy-rectum-and-anus-causes-and-treatment.html
But Mary sometimes people don't have to have been penetrated to have problems in that area. From working at the hospitals and nursing homes you see how patients take care of themselves. For instance the way they wipe themselves.
Females themselves should wipe themselves from front-to-back,especially after having bowel movements. Lots of women wipe from-back-to-front spreading feces into the vaginal area. This too causes yeast and fungal infections in the anus and the vaginal areas.
Also antifunagal cream with Miconazole Nitrate Vaginal Cream(2%)Antifungal, which is used for yeast infections is an antifungal cream can be brought over the counter and used in the rectal area. You don't need a doc to write you a prescription for it.
You people are accusing me of being immature? I don't care what anyone does with their private lives. That's their business. But this is a forum where serious people are trying to find scientifically proven information to help cure intestinal candidiasis. There are better ways to discuss your hygiene problem than to say " Anytime I get penerated in d anus, I begin to smell like the lubricant or condom used or "the person used to spit in my ass.", "they began smelling like feces after pushing in a stick into their anus which made them bleed ".This is clearly either the product of a troubled person with a screw loose or some troll looking to trade sodomy stories. Either way it doesn't belong in this forum.
First I'm not here to judge you for I know it took you to have guts to reveal certain things you may not have wanted too but people are desperate for answers to their problems relating to this so I can understand why you came forward with the info, I believe you may help a lot of people as well.
And the answer to your question as to whether or not I duche after sex,at this time because of my relationsip with the lord I do not have sexua| relations. I know it may be hard to understand but as a born-again-believer my life belongs to him right now, but once I get married to a believer then things will change in that area.
BUT that's another subject and not to get away from the subject, from what I know when I've had yeast infections, when the women douche and still have an odor it usually indicates that you may have a type of infection present which may require you going a different route of treatment.
I usd to be prone to yeast infections a lot because I used to wear panty hose under my pants all the time for work(support stockings, now I wear ted hose) the yeast thrives on moist areas so they would tell us to wear cotton undies and to keep the area dry especially during treatment.
Sometimes at night it's good to get air there and not wear undies(if you know what I mean) even doc recommend this, but when this happened I would use a over the counter cream used for yeast infections/antifungal cream because that's what yeast infectons are used to treat them with.
Just like we use them THERE you can you the cream in the other area, because they are available over the counter. But like I said treating the area is important as well as taking probiotics with extra strains for both the large intestines is important too. I did include a link that gave info about different probiotic strains and what they do.
I'm sorry can't give much info about the lubricants though,I hope this helps. http://www.yeastinfectionadvisor.com/customprobiotics.html
I was looking online the other day and I read a comment from someone who wrote to a Dr. Kevin in a Gastrointestional forum, I think it was called Med Help.
Anyway someone wrote about having a fecal odor problem but they also complained about burning and itchng in the rectal area. And the doc mentioned several things but one that stood out was "Anal Fissure".
I don't know if you have this problem but there were a couple of other ailments mentioned but when I read about it I didn't recall you saying anything regarding burning or itching but from what I read sometimes a little bleeding may be involved.
Maybe this is something worth looking into. They say people can get them by not having proper bowel movements as well. They mentioned different treatments but I thought about you and thought that this maybe similar to your situation, because some people have complained about bowels smells and some were diagnosed with anal fiisures but not necessarily infections. What I've learned is a bowel smell underneath dosen't necessarily mean infection, I've got a lot to learn, God bless.