How To Get Rid Of Bacterial Vaginosis Forever?
Vaginitis is an umbrella term for an inflammation or infection of the vagina. Various microorganisms including bacteria (Gardnerella, which causes bacterial vaginosis), protozoa (Trichomona vaginalis) and the fungal yeast (candida albicans, which causes vaginal yeast infection), are some of the most common causes of vaginitis. Let’s find out how to get rid of bacterial vaginosis forever with home remedies and simple life style modifications.
In order to cure and prevent the infection from recurring it is important to know the exact cause of the problem. Before heading on towards the remedies to get rid of vaginitis, we should have an overview about the causes and symptoms for an overall insight.
Causes of Bacterial Vaginosis
Bacterial vaginosis can be caused by:
- Sexual contact with more than one partner
- Reduced immunity
- High estrogen levels
- Tight panties
- Excessive Douching
- Poor diet
- Hormonal imbalance
- Contraceptive methods
- And antibiotics.
Symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis
Symptoms of bacterial Vaginosis can include:
- Burning sensation
- Urinary discomfort
- Frequent urination
- Fishy odor
- And pain during sex.
Vaginitis can be treated at home easily depending on knowing which organism is the cause of the problem. Therefore, it is important to have a diagnostic test done to identify the infecting organism before attempting to use any of the remedies discussed. Today in this post we will look upon some of the effective and safest ways to treat this bothersome condition with simple home remedies. The aforementioned remedies are for treating bacterial vaginosis by restoring the normal pH, or chemical balance, decrease inflammation and irritation as well as kill off the infection causing organisms. It is highly recommended to consult a doctor before using any of the remedies because it’s easy to guess wrong about some of the vaginal infections.
Home remedies to get rid of Vaginitis
The first step in the treatment of vaginitis include an accurate diagnosis as vaginal ailments are often confused. If you see any of the symptoms such as pain or itching in your vagina and vulva, reddening of the vulva, pain that is especially notable while urinating or during sex, greenish yellow, frothy, foul-smelling discharge, thin or blood-streaked discharge, white, thick, odorless discharge, or white or gray, fishy smelling vaginal discharge, see your doctor.