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December 23, 2018 // by Earth Clinic Creative Team// 2 Comments
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Hi all you ladies out there who are suffering with this horrible BV! I've been there too… The vicious cycle of going to the doc and getting antibiotics that cause yeast infections as well… Only to have it all come back! Ugh!
I've been suffering off and on with this also for the last 8 years. And like you, I'm tired of the doctors and I'm trying homeopathic remedies. I've found the tea tree oil helps. I have found it in suppository form at Whole Foods. These have helped me tremendously and much easier in a suppository form. Not to mention the smell is sooo much better than that horrible fishy smell! And is soothing.
I've learned that our bodies need to be PH balanced of 7. 0 or better. It is proven that no disease, infection, or even cancer can live in a body that is PH balanced. Cancers thrive in acidic environments. But our vaggies are a different matter. Needing to be acidic.
I am trying these methods I've read on here too… Hoping they will be the answer!
Good luck to all of you! God Bless
I have been struggling with BV since 2005 (after my boyfriend introduced me to unprotected sex). Though I have been careful to wrap it up since, bv has continued to bother me more than mother nature herself. I have tried all forms of metronidozal/flagyl (until I realized that my reoccurring hiver were caused by the medication… My one and only allergy)… Tried peroxide (douche AND tampon) (worked for a couple weeks, but the case of bv tended to be WAY worse than the last each time) (sex also became painful)… Suppositories worked but were VERY pricey and only last about 4 months (and who can afford a bv savings account in this economy?)… While using the suppositories, I felt a tingle when insterting at night and a confident freshness in the morning. I am currently trying tea tree oil. (day one) it doesn’t hurt but the scary “burning” that people speak of is a refreshing tingle. I have high hopes.
For those new to the struggle, keep your head up! You are NOT alone. I was lucky to have a boyfriend willing to sit through the ph balance talk (embarrassing but NECESSARY! )