There are a plethora of natural cures available and all seem to promise a cure for bacterial vaginosis. Although efficacious, natural and holistic treatments by themselves are occasionally no better than prescription antibiotics. There are some natural treatments that do perform well, like garlic; however, garlic may cause recurrence of bacterial vaginosis. Most natural remedies will lead to recurrent bouts with bacterial vaginosis.
Many natural remedies for bacterial vaginosis rely upon natural chemicals to kill bacteria; and like antibiotics, they do kill the bacteria. The only problem with broad scale elimination of bacteria is wiping out the good bacteria along with the bad bacteria. It is the good bacteria in the vagina that are the real assistants which stop bacterial vaginosis and halt any further recurrence.
There are other natural treatments that can really help ease the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis. These treatments do not cure bacterial vaginosis but they will help you feel better.
Use aloe vera gel on any inflamed and itching part of the vagina
Open a capsule of vitamin E gel and apply it to the irritated skin of the vagina
Place cabbage leaves (often used to treat sore nipples and mastitis) on the burning and itching skin. Put some cabbage leaves on the top of a maxi pad or put them around a tampon and insert it into your vagina.
The best natural remedy was discovered by Kristina Tomlin and can literally destroy bacterial vaginosis in 3 days and keep it gone. According to Kristina Tomlin:
I was so sick of being on antibiotics all the time, they just didn't work long term. So, I went from one natural doctor to another and tried every natural remedy I could which cost me hundreds of dollars in trial and error.
Some worked, most didn't, but just like the doctor's prescription they weren't a permanent cure. After a few weeks, my BV returned. Bacterial Vaginosis was ruining my life and I had enough, I was determined to find the answer.
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