I am hoping to get some advice here about my 16 year old daughters hygiene. I have been dealing with this issue with her for several years. Probably since about age 13. Her body odor is unbearable! Her panties and jeans smell horrible. I don't think she is wiping after she urinates and she may even be wearing the same underwear several times a week. When showering I doubt she is using soap or shampoo every time she takes one. I had another issue with her at one point peeing in plastic cups or on bath towels in her room and hiding them. The smell had gotten so bad and I could not figure out what it was until I ripped her room apart and found them...and her carpet was staind with urine. I had to remove the rug. I cry over this constantly....talk to her over and over. My husband is about to flip out because he cant take the smell anymore. I don't know what else to try!View Thread
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