Sweat smells sour due to bacteria that is present in the body. When a person gets hot, the sweat glands open and two substances are released, according to the Mayo Clinic. These substances mix with the bacteria naturally... More »

A sour milk smell can be removed by using coffee grounds. When the unused grounds are sprinkled over a patch of sour milk and then vacuumed up after a few hours, it should get rid of the smell. More »

The smell of sour milk can be removed using baking soda or a commercial deodorizing and sanitizing product. Removing all traces of milk is a necessary step to removing odor. More »

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Mutated genes, increased levels of trimethylamine-producing bacteria and excess dietary proteins can cause trimethylaminuria, a condition in which a person's sweat, breath and urine smell like fish, according to Medicine... More »

If a person's sweat smells like ammonia, then there is nothing to worry about because sweat naturally has ammonia in it, according to WebMD, and some people have enough ammonia in the sweat for it to actually smell. Duri... More »

A sour stomach and nausea can be caused by pregnancy, food poisoning, medications, allergic reactions, acid reflux, infection and from bacteria, according to WebMD and Healthline. People who experience sour stomachs (ups... More »

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The main cause of foot odor is the breakdown of bacteria in sweat, according to the National Health Service. Glands in the feet produce sweat to keep the skin moist. More »

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