Home Remedies for Vaginosis, apple cider vinegar for a couple apple cider vinegar in atelephone wire soak your vagina in water mixed withapple cider vinegar for about 1520 minutes as it helps in killing the harmful bacteria andremoving the infection any Greek fenugreek is highly beneficialfor treating bacterial vaginosis it will help improve the pH level in thevagina and boost the immune system to speed up the healing process
drink this water the next morning on anempty stomach fenugreek helps in maintaining thehormonal balance in regulating the menstrual cycle yellow card tippit n pun in plain yogurtand inserted in your vagina to get rid of bacterial infection yogurt contains natural bacteria whichhelp to balance the pH level up the vagina while eliminating the infection you can also eat plain yogurt at leasttwice a day
tea tree oil tea tree oil is an herbalremedy to treat bacterial vaginosis at home makes a few drops of tea treeoil in the lukewarm water and rinse your vagina with this solution t3 oil is natural antibacterial that isvery effective in reducing bacterial infection in the vagina garlic garlic is one of the best home remediesfor bacterial infection in women you can eat raw garlic cloves
or place a garlic clove in your vaginaand remove it after a few hours garlic is an actual antibiotic and workswell to cure bacterial vaginosis coconut oil coconut oil has natural antiviral and a bacterial and antifungalproperties that can kill the germs that cause bacterial vaginosis and prevent it from recurring teabag socan teabag in water and then place it in therefrigerator for a few minutes
then place it in your vagina for about10 minutes tea bag is a soothing relief to theitchiness cost due to bacterial infection nope interment next for teaspoon ofturmeric powder in a glass of lukewarm milk engine did every day till the symptomssubside completely Marga Sol leaves martha is an effective national cure forbacterial infection
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4 Nastiest Parasites in the World
These are the four nastiest parasites in theworld. Warning: this content may be disturbing to most people. Number 4: The Guinea WormThe guinea worm is a nematode that causes disease most commonly referred to as â€œguineaworm disease.â€� This disease is caused by people drinking water that has been contaminatedby guinea worms and water fleas. When one is infected with a guinea worm, they willfirst not feel any symptoms. Then after a year or so, they'll begin feeling a burningsensation on their skin. This is the worm developing blisters underneath its host'sskin. They will also experience nausea, vomiting,
fevers, rashes, and dizziness. If the wormis not removed, it will likely die inside of the human, causing paralysis of the spinalcord or arthritis in the joints. Guinea worms often grow longer than 2 feetlong. Although the worm can be removed, they do form ulcers in the process that can becomeinfected. The resulting pain has the potential of lasting up to a few months. There are novaccines for guinea worms, but steps to prevent the disease from getting worse can and shouldbe taken. Submerging the infected area into water forcesthe worm to discharge its larva, thus lowering the risk of infection. The worm is then removedby wrapping it around a stick and slowly pulling
it out, a process that is said to feel likethe infected area is literally on fire. In the most extreme of cases, this removal processcan take up to several weeks. Number 3: Filarial WormsFilarial worms are parasites that are passed on to humans through mosquitoes. Similar toguinea worms, filarial worms reside in the body for roughly a year after infecting someone.They then move into the lymphatic system and clog up excess fluids in the region wherethe worms have settled. This causes the fluid to accumulate and therefore enlarge the areahosting the worms. This disease is known as Elephantiasis Tropica.
In addition to the lymphatic build up, filarialworms cause skin rashes and arthritis. They even have the capacity to cause river blindness,which is one of the leading causes of blindness in the world. Different types of medicine and surgery havebeen used to treat those infected with filarial worms. The World Health Organization claimsthey are on track towards eliminating the disease through a process known as geotargeting. Number 2: PinwormsPinworms are nematodes responsible for one of the most common parasitic infections inthe world. This infection is known as enterobiasis.
The pinworms themselves are very small, reachingup to only 13 mm in length. However, once they infect a host they cause intense itchingand sometimes pain near the anus. As a result, bacterial infections are often associatedwith pinworms. Other possible symptoms include irritability, insomnia, appetite and weightloss, urinary tract infections, and uncontrolled urination. Those who have ingested pinworm eggs oftendo so from contaminated food, water, or from other people. But medicine for these infectionsis considered to be very effective. Additionally for those infected, there still remains ahigh possibility of reinfection even after
they've already been treated. This is dueto the fact that drugs kill the pinworms but not the eggs themselves. Therefore, it isoften recommended that patients seek continued treatment for two to three weeks after theirinitial treatment. Number 1: New World ScrewwormThe new world screwworm is a parasite that is known for feeding on live tissue. They'reindigenous to Central and South America. The new world screwworm is known to infect thewounds of large animals such as cattle, horses, and sheep. There have been, however, manyinstances where they've affected humans as well.
We've all had cuts on our fingeror wherever else on our body, and immediately that partof the body gets a little bit of redness, a little bit ofswelling, some heat maybe, and, of course, there'll besome pain associated with what's going on there. And in general, this set ofsymptoms that we experience, these are known as theinflammatory response, or you
might say that there's someinflammation going on there. And people have known about thisI guess ever since really people have been having cuts. I think probably with modernmedicine, people have been a little bit more particular aboutactually classifying the symptoms, but this isn'tanything new for someone to say that there's some type ofinflammation going on or some type of inflammatory response.
But what I want to do in thistutorial is understand what's causing these I guess we cancall them macrosymptoms. What's happening ata cellular levelé Because, really, theinflammatory response is essentially the initialfield of battle of our immune system. Our first line of defense is ourskin or the fluids on the outside of our skin or themucous membranes, but the
inflammatory response is whathappens when something gets beyond that. We get punctured with a nail, orthere's some type of virus or bacteria gets beyond ourskin or the mucus that surrounds our membranes. This is the field of battle,especially the initial field of battle.
So let's set up an immune battleso we can see exactly what's going on with theinflammatory response. And I want to be very clear. Immunology, is still a veryunder understood field. It's an area of activeresearch. People are still discoveringthe mechanisms and it's hugely complex. I'm sure we'll probablybe studying this for a
long time to come. So what I'm going to talk aboutis just the overview, just you know the general actorsand you know in general what's causing the redness,the swelling, the heat, and the pain. So let me draw someskin cells. This is a grossoversimplification of