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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Do I Have Chlamydia Symptoms of Chlamydia
Hi, my name is PRESENTER NAME. I'm PRESENTERROLE. Welcome to quot;Signs and Symptoms of Chlamydia.quot; Chlamydia is a common sexually transmittedinfection. Chlamydia usually has no symptoms, can leave a woman unable to havechildren, and can be passed from the mother to child during vaginal childbirth.Having an active sexually transmitted infection such as chlamydia increases the risk you willget HIV or give it to someone else. HIV is incurable and can be fatal. Fortunately, chlamydiacan be diagnosed with a test and cured with antibiotics.You can have chlamydia without knowing it. If you think you may have been exposed toor infected with any sexually transmitted
infection, see a and get tested whetheror not you have any symptoms. All pregnant womenshould be checked for chlamydia, syphilis, HIV, and other sexually transmittedinfections. How Is Chlamydia TransmittedéChlamydia is transmitted by vaginal, oral or anal sexual contact. Chlamydia can alsobe transmitted from mother to child during vaginaldelivery. Signs and Symptoms of ChlamydiaChlamydia usually has no symptoms. If you have symptoms, they usually appear one tothree weeks after infection.
When a woman has a chlamydia infection inher vagina, symptoms may include: * abnormal vaginal discharge* quot;a burning sensation when urinatingquot; * quot;lower abdominal painquot;* quot;low back painquot; * quot;nauseaquot;* quot;feverquot; * quot;pain duringquot; sex* quot;bleeding between menstrual periodsquot; When a man has a chlamydia infection, hissymptoms may include: * abnormal discharge from his penis* quot;burning sensation when urinatingquot; * quot;burning and itching around the openingof the penisquot;
* rarely, quot;pain and swelling in the testiclesquot;If the penis is put into a person's anus during intercourse, that person may get achlamydia quot;infection in the rectum, which can cause rectal pain, fluid discharge, orbleeding.quot; Men or women who perform oral sex on an infectedpartner may get a chlamydia infection in their throat.Effects of Untreated Chlamydia in Women When not treated, chlamydia can cause a womanto develop: * pelvic inflammatory disease* quot;permanent damage to the fallopian tubes, uterus, and surrounding tissuesquot;* quot;chronic pelvic painquot;
* quot;infertilityquot; (inability to have a baby)* ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterus) which can be fatalIf a woman is infected multiple times with chlamydia, her risk of serious complications,including infertility (not being able to have a baby), increases.Chlamydia in Pregnant Women If you are a woman who is pregnant or whomay become pregnant, it is important that you be tested for chlamydia. The United StatesCenters for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that all pregnant womenbe tested for chlamydia and other sexually transmitted infections includingHIV, syphilis, and Hepatitis B and that
pregnant women who are at risk for gonorrheaor live where it is common be tested for gonorrhea. The World Health Organization recommendsthat all pregnant women be tested for HIV and syphilis and checked forsymptoms of other sexually transmitted infections.If you are pregnant, have chlamydia, and don't get treated, your baby may have problemsincluding: * premature delivery* infections of the eyes and lungs * pneumoniaBy getting tested for chlamydia and treated if you need it, you can protect your ownhealth and your baby's health too. So if you
Salpingitis with Marc Steben
Salpingitis is an infection of the Fallopiantubes, the pair of tubes that connect the ovaries to the uterus. They function as apassage for sperm cells to reach and fertilize the ovaries, and to transport the ovule, whetheror not fertilized, to the uterus. Salpingitis is one of the main causes of preventableinfertility. It is also known as pelvic inflammatory diseaseor PID, because the Fallopian tubes are rarely the only region infected.Salpingitis is usually caused by chlamydia or gonorrhea.The bacteria responsible for salpingitis can be transmitted via the exchange of bodilyfluids during nonprotected sexual relations.
Without the treatment, the bacteria can reachthe Fallopian tubes within two days to three weeks. Women at risk of contracting salpingitis are those who have more than one sexual partner,those whose sexual partner has multiple sexual partners, those who do not use condoms, thosewho have been previously diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection, and thosewho are not regularly screened for sexually transmitted infections.Women under age 25 have the highest rate of chlamydial infection. We recommend that theybe tested regularly for chlamydia, even in the absence of symptoms.During sexual intercourse, salpingitis sufferers
can experience intense pain, which can lastuntil the following day. Other symptoms include weak to severe abdominal pain, fever, abnormalvaginal discharge of a yellowish or greenish colour, light or significant blood loss throughspotting, as well as problems urinating. In its most acute form, the symptoms are suchthat the woman has no choice but to see a and have it treated right away. However,with some women, salpingitis may develop very discreetly without exhibiting symptoms formonths or even years. This chronic form of salpingitis can cause serious and permanentdamage to the reproductive system. Untreated salpingitis can increase the riskof extrauterine pregnancy and sterility.
In addition to the gynecological exam, wesometimes need to perform an ultrasound or a laparoscopy in order to identify salpingitis.We treat salpingitis with antibiotics injected into the muscles or the veins, usually combinedwith oral antibiotics for a period of ten to fourteen days. To alleviate the pain, weoften prescribe antiinflammatory drugs in conjunction with the antibiotic treatment.To avoid transmitting salpingitis bacteria, which can also affect men, you should refrainfrom sexual relations during the full course of treatment, or use a condom each time youhave sexual relations. To avoid being reinfected and to break thechain of infection, you should inform all
your sexual partners and recommend that theybe screened and treated if required. This is called the quot;epidemiological treatmentquot;of sexual contacts. Your can assist you in this process.The best way to avoid salpingitis is to remain monogamous with a sexual partner who is freeof the infection. Otherwise, you should always use a condom and be tested regularly for sexuallytransmitted infections.