Though bacterial vaginosis is a very simple condition to treat for some women, this infection can turn out to be a big problem to other women. If you have been struggling with recurrent bacterial vaginosis, then you definitely know what I am talking about here. Recurrent bacterial vaginosis comes and goes at will, and sometimes it really doesn’t matter what you use in trying to get rid of this condition, it won’t just leave you in peace.
Some scientists say that multiple or new sexual partners, vaginal douching, and cigarette smoking may be the main reasons for the condition bacterial vaginosis. It is not exactly known what causes it, but one theory states there is an increase in bacteria, specifically anaerobic bacteria (bacteria that grow in the absence of oxygen). Additional tips – Eucalyptus oil can also be rubbed into your dog’s collar to work as a natural flea collar.
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To get the vagina back to normal and to take away the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis, it is necessary to restore the acid/alkaline balance within the vagina. Natural treatments for bacterial vaginosis can be very effective at treating inflammation and supporting the immune system which allows the body to heal itself. A tampon soaked in natural, live yogurt and then inserted into the vagina can help to restore the acid/alkaline balance. Eating live yogurt also helps. The only form of help your doctor can give you is antibiotics. But antibiotics are only meant to give you short-term relief. They were never meant to cure bacterial vaginosis.
Lana, I’m sorry-that is so hard! Maybe she could buy you some plain yogurt if you tell her you want to eat it and then sneak some into the bathroom to put on the infection-I’ve been using plain yogurt for about 5 days and my symptoms are almost gone (along with trying to avoid sugars/starches). Approximately 50% of all women with BV have no symptoms (asymptomatic). If a woman does have symptoms, she does not need to get tested to find out.