You see, there’s a reason why 30% of women who treat their Bacterial Vaginosis traditionally (in other words with antibiotics) get BV again within three months and 50% get it again within 12 months.
It’s true. If you want to get rid of Bacterial Vaginosis … if you want to stop feeling embarrassed … if you want to feel like yourself again … you need to change your thinking and your approach.
Ever heard that saying “As above, so below”? Well, you can reverse that for BV – “as below, so above.”
What I mean by that is if you have BV you need to stop thinking of your nether regions as separate from the rest of your body.
The simple truth is if one part of you is suffering from an imbalance, you can bet your cotton socks that more parts of you are off kilter, too. Therefore, treating one part of your anatomy, i.e. the vagina, is not going to fix the problem.
That’s when I started to figure the whole BV thing out and ended up getting rid of it permanently.
If you kill all the good bacteria and just one of the bad survives or is reintroduced into the environment, then there will be nothing there to keep the bad in check which could have serious health consequences for you!
Antibiotics are then given so that you can kill off the bacteria that have multiplied and are now supposedly causing the itching and the dreadful smell.
This sounds like a reasonable course of action because it does work – you get relief and the… Read more…