I personally feel fine. I am male, 32 and have led a risky lifestyle.
However, luckily, I have no symptoms whatsoever currently. I have been
diagnosed in the past with chlamydia and it was effectively cured but
it has been more than 6 years ago. However, I have noticed in the past
that not long after having sex with a woman many (not all) would get a
horrid smell during or shortly after sex. I never noticed the smell
until being with them a second time or more. It has a very strong smell,
not just a little. In fact, one woman I was with accused me of having
an STD because she got a yeast infection so soon after we'd been
together. But, there were two other women after her who never got
that smell or complained about the problem. I concluded that since
I have no other symptoms whatsoever, and these past couple girls never
had any symptoms, that I didn't have a problem.
I am starting to get more serious with a girl over the last two weeks.
We did have unprotected sex last week and I didn't notice any smell
whatsoever with her then. Last night we got together again and the
smell was wrenching after having sex for a while. So now I am worried
it's me causing it. I read about sexual diseases and female problems
again on the Internet. From my research, it sounds like she had a
yeast infection. There were STDs that can cause odor but those that
did indicate symptoms, which I do not have.
eCureMe's Advice 1
I would recommend that you initially see a primary care physician to
get tested for STD's to rule out that possibility--although by your
description, STD's are low on the differential diagnosis.
If you use barrier contraception, does the odor still occur? If not,
one possibility is that several of your partners have had Bacterial
Vaginosis, which can be exacerbated by intercourse. Semen is alkaline
and can raise the pH in the vagina, thereby giving off a fishy foul
Also, it might be beneficial to evaluate your diet as the odor of
semen can change significantly depending on your intake. Best of
eCureMe's Advice 2
Usually it is bacterial Vaginosis that may have a strong odor.
This can cause itching and discharge in the female. A male usually
does not have problems, but this problem may be recurrent in sexually
active couples. Treatment to both individuals with Flagyl may
alleviate this problem. Also using a condom will prevent spread
eCureMe's Advice 3
Some of the symptoms you describe could be related to a condition
called Bacterial Vaginitis(BV). It is not clearly an STD but can
be transferred sexually or flare after intercourse with different
partners. It is quite common condition in women and very easily
treated but can come back again. Please talk to your doctor about
it. Also try to avoid any "designed" lubricants and wash your penis
before and after the intercourse with soap and water. Good luck