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  • Treatment of chlamydia with folk remedies

    Chlamydia is a sexual infection.

    The cause of the disease is chlamydia, the source of infection of a patient with chlamydia. Infection occurs when unprotected sex, through the placenta or from the mother to the baby during childbirth.

    Manifestations of the disease develop after 2 weeks of incubation period. There is burning and itching, unpleasant rezi in the urethra with urination. The external opening of the urethra is red and swollen. Perhaps the emergence of vaginal discharge and urethra. Since the course of the disease is sluggish, the patient does not feel well, the body temperature remains on normal figures.

    Diagnosis of the disease is based on molecular biological, bacteriological and immunochemical methods of investigation.

    Treatment of the disease is carried out by antibacterial agents and drugs that increase immunity.

    Prognosis with adequate and quality treatment is favorable. Non-treated clamidiosis leads to the development of infertility.

    Among all venereal diseases of palm in the annual increase in the number of infected keep chlamydia. Annually around 90 million new cases of Chlamydia infection are registered in the world, including 5 million in the United States and 10 million in Western Europe. Chlamydia infection in Russia is 2-3 times higher than gonorrhea. Among women under 25, the infection rate is 20-22%.

    The causative agent of the disease is the small round bacteria-chlamydia, which are related to intracellular parasites, affecting primarily the genital and urinary organs.

    The first symptoms of the disease appear no earlier than 2-4 weeks after infection. In women, chlamydia can manifest itself in the form of vaginal discharge and painful sensations during urination, as well as pains in the lower abdomen and in the sacrum during and after sexual intercourse;men sometimes have itching, mucopurulent discharge from the urethra and urine is observed. More about the symptoms, see here.

    Approximately 80% of cases are asymptomatic, which, however, does not exclude frequent complications. Women can develop inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs( uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes), which can lead to infertility and ectopic pregnancy. Chlamydial infection in a pregnant woman is usually transmitted to the newborn during labor. One third of children born to infected women have conjunctivitis( inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eyes), and every seventh child in the first months of life suffers from chlamydial pneumonia.

    Treatment of chlamydia occurs within 1-2 weeks, in which both partners simultaneously take antibiotics.

    Traditional medicine suggests using the boron womb - a depository for all women, as this plant treats all female diseases. Based on the borage, there are many people's recipes from various diseases, including chlamydia.

    The recipe for folk treatment for chlamydiosis at home is as follows. The most effective tincture on vodka, alcohol, cognac: 100 g of raw materials per 0.5 liters, insist in a dark place for 7-10 days, stirring. Apply to 0.5-1 tsp.(or 25-30 drops) 3-4 times a day. The course of treatment can be from 2 to 3 months and more to 1 year - 4 years( of course, with interruptions).

    You can use garlic just like an antibiotic, finely chop it or grind it. In this case, its antibiotic properties are doubled.

    Garlic candles are used to treat hemorrhoids, prostatitis and diseases of the female sexual sphere. Peel the cloves of garlic and and double-pass them through the meat grinder. Then combine with a very fresh melted butter and a small amount of purified boiled water to keep the mass thick. The mixture slightly cool, until it is frozen to make a candle out of it. Keep the candles in the refrigerator.