Natural Treatment for Vaginal Bacteri Smithtown NY

If you have symptoms which include a gray or white watery discharge, a foul, fishy vaginal odor and unbearable itching and burning, it is highly likely that you have the very common condition called bacterial vaginosis, which is caused by an overgrowth of vaginal bacteria.

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Author: Mary Hopkinson

If you have symptoms which include a gray or white watery discharge, a foul, fishy vaginal odor and unbearable itching and burning, it is highly likely that you have the very common condition called bacterial vaginosis, which is caused by an overgrowth of vaginal bacteria.

Although conventional medication such as antibiotics and over the counter treatments can give symptomatic relief, they do not provide a cure as they do not get to the root cause. However, there are a number of things you can do and natural treatment for vaginal bacteria can be highly effective.

An overgrowth of vaginal bacteria is caused by an imbalance in the pH levels of the vagina. It is often difficult to determine exactly what the cause is, as the reasons why it occurs are very varied. Some common causes include overwashing or the use of perfumed products on the area (as these strip the natural lubricants away), a change in sexual partner, being "under the weather", wearing tight fitting trousers or pantyhose or douching.

Within the myriad of home treatments you may come across, there are 3 natural remedies for BV which are consistently recommended as good strategies to get you on the road to recovery.

1. Probiotic Yogurt-This is rich in live, beneficial bacteria and having BV is indicative of your body's supplies being depleted. Eating a pot daily or introducing it directly into the vagina via a tampon can both help.

2. Tea Tree Oil-The powerful antibacterial properties of this oil combined with its gentle action on the body means that it is an ideal natural treatment for vaginal bacteria. Adding 10-12 drops to a warm bath can help as can using pessaries, which can be bought from a health food store.

3. Cider Vinegar-One characteristic of vaginal bacteria is the fact that the pH levels go from their healthy slightly acidic levels to being alkaline. Cider vinegar is naturally acidic and can help to rebalance the levels. Add 2 or 3 cupfuls to a bath and sit in it for 20 minutes or so.

If this is not your first outbreak, or your symptoms are particularly unpleasant, it is recommended that you use a strategic and comprehensive approach which is guaranteed to eradicate the condition completely.

Prompt action is always a good idea if you have BV as although not dangerous in the early stages, if left untreated bacterial vaginosis can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease and even infertility. If you would like to read further comprehensive information and see 3 guaranteed remedies for BV which will show you how to cure bacterial vaginosis naturally and for good, please visit my website, Natural Treatment For Vaginal Bacteria

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About the Author:
Mary is an advocate of natural remedies and researches and writes about many related issues. With a particular interest in women's issues, bacterial vaginosis is a condition which she believes is very much ignored by the medical profession and she feels that many practitioners do not appreciate how much this can affect a sufferer's life. She feels that this condition can be best treated with natural remedies and has seen much success in this respect.

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