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A Bacterial Vaginosis Home Remedy

By Clint Dean

A bacterial vaginosis home cure can actually be seriously more effective than antibiotics or over the counter treatments. Indeed many people would prefer to use natural treatments rather than resorting to medicine when possible.

If you have problems with bad vaginal odour you are highly likely to have bacterial vaginosis. This is identified by an unsavory fishy odor, a grey water discharge and sometimes a burning, itching sensation. Although many women feel highly embarrassed and sometimes abashed of the condition.

Many girls find bacterial vaginosis extremely tough to dispose of and regularly try numerous ways to clear it. Antibiotics are rarely the best choice as this condition isn’t due to an infection, but rather a redness due to an overgrowth of bacteria.

In the vagina there are two sorts of bacteria-good and bad. Under standard circumstances the two are “balanced”, with the good bacteria keeping the bad in control. When bacterial vaginosis fires ( and there is frequently no obvious cause ) it is an indication that the bad bacteria have prospered and this is what was the reason for the hideous symptoms.

Although antibiotics do kill bacteria, they kill both good and bad. This suggests that when they have finished working and the vagina is naturally repopulated with bacterial, there aren’t really enough “good ” bacteria to maintain the equilibrium, so that the entire cycle starts again. This is precisely why ladies who take antibiotics to clear bacterial vaginosis regularly find a reoccurrence within just a few weeks. Indeed research has proven that over 70% of girls will have the condition again.

One good bacterial vaginosis home cure is tea tree oil. This powerful antibacterial substance is safe to use and adding some drops to a warm bath may help to kill off dangerous bacteria. An alternative way of using tea tree oil is in pessary form. These are available from health food outlets and are an especially potent and excellent treatment.

There is a bacteria vaginosis home cure that may work quicker than antibiotics and without side-effects. Additionally, there isn’t the recurrence of the condition as there is with antibiotics. Imagine how much better the cure will be when instead of murdering off all bacteria in the body, your immune system is powerful enough to fight off any bad bacteria extremely quickly.

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