How to Cure Vaginal Infections Without Using Medications

How to Cure Vaginal Infections Without Using Medications

If you experience itching; burning, or a change in your vaginal discharge, this can be a sign that you may have a vaginal infection.This article will show you how to treat them by using appropriate medications.Keep In mind that it is Important to consult your doctor

Method 1

Diagnosing Vaginal Infections–Recognize the symptoms of BV(Bacterial Vaginosis).

Bacterial Vaginosis is typically marked by certain symptoms. These include:

  • Vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odor, often described as “fishy”.
  • Vaginal discharge that is white or grey and may look foamy
  • Burning on urination
  • Itchiness and irritation around the vagina
  • Keep in mind that not all women with Behave symptoms.

 Recognize the symptoms of a yeast infection.

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Yeast infection symptoms can often resemble the symptoms of BV. These symptoms include:

An abnormal vaginal discharge. The discharge can be a watery, white discharge to a thick, white, and chunky discharge.This is often described as looking like cottage cheese.Itching and burning of the vagina and labia Painful intercourse

Painful urination

Redness and swelling of the area just outside of the vagina.Recognize the symptoms of trichomoniasis. Symptoms of trichomoniasis (sometimes called “trich”) in women can be:

  • Vaginal discharge that is usually smelly or itchy
  • Vaginal discharge that is typically frothy or foamy
  • Vaginal itching
  • Yellow or a gray-green discharge
  • Painful urination
  • Combination of Syphilis, Gonorrhea and Staphylococcus Aureus.

Keep track of your menstrual cycle..

Vaginal infection symptoms can differ depending on where a woman is in her cycle. This is because the hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle can affect the composition of the bacteria in the vagina and the characteristics of the vaginal environment.Knowing your menstrual cycle will help you keep track of changes that you’re experiencing.

Realize that some women experience no symptoms

Many women have BV or trichomoniasis but they do not have any of the tell-tale symptoms.

If you suspect you might have an infection, see your doctor. Trichomoniasis can be transmitted to sexual partners. If you suspect you have trick, see your doctor for a diagnosis and treatment.

Know that the risk of BV increases with certain activities

Most women have probably had at least on experience with BV. There is no specific cause. Essentially anything that disrupts the normal bacterial balance in the vagina can result in BV. The risk of BV increases with:

  • Having a new sexual partner
  • Having multiple sexual partners
  • Having sex without a condom
  • Douching
  • Using an intrauterine device (IUD) as a method of birth control

Know what increases the risk of yeast infections–Most vaginal yeast infections are caused by the organism Candida albicans. Yeast infections are very common and affect up to 75% of women at some point in their lifetime.The main symptom of a vaginal yeast infection is itching, but burning, discharge, and pain with urination or intercourse can also occur.Yeast infections are increased by:

Wearing tight underwear or non-cotton panties. These styles of pant can increase the temperature, the moisture Levels and can weakened immune system ‘Using vaginal douches and/or perfumed feminine hygiene Vaginal trauma. This can be scratches in the vagina that occur or  Insertion of a tampon or other objects, or during rough sex.

You need to understand how these vaginal infections can occur..Dont you?

These types of infections can occur because of a number of causes;

In BI there is no specific. cause, but it typically results from an Imbalance of the normal bacterial population.Yeast infections can result after antibiotic use; the antibiotics kill off the normal bacterial populations allowing the yeast to get a ‘Holst” They can also come about as a complication of diabetes, or during hormonal changes, including a normal menstrual cycle or the use of birth control Visit your doctor.

It is important to get the correct diagnosis from a doctor before starting treatment. The treatments for the different forms of vaginal infections can be different, depending on the degree of infection. ‘At the doctor’s office, your physician will likely take a sample of the vaginal discharge, ask for a urine sample and perform a vaginal exam. This exam may be uncomfortable but It is usually over quickly. The discharge will be tested for the presence of bacteria,yeast or other organisms such as Trichomonas.

It’s important to get a specific diagnosis from your doctor. The approaches for treating vaginal infections differ depending on the type of infection.

  • You must Know the risks of leaving an infection untreated.

Untreated or incorrectly treated BV result in complications such as pelvic• inflammatory disease (ND), pre-term births and low-birth weight babies and also put a woman at higher risk of sexually transmitted infections such as HIV, herpes simplex virus (HSV), Chlymydia and gonorrhea. Untreated or incorrectly treated Trichomonas infections can also lead to increased risk of HIV.

See your doctor immediately you have severe symptoms –If you choose to only use natural remedies, make sure you call your physician. However, if there is no improvement in your symptoms after three days;

You can  develop a fever.

You experience difficulty or pain during urination.

Sexual activity  will be  painful

You have abdominal pain.

The amount or characteristic of the vaginal discharge increases or changes (such as changing odor or color).

You have a new rash that appears anywhere on your body.

Warn sexual partners if you suspect you have trichomoniasis. Trichomoniasis is classified as a sexually transmitted infection

(STI), so if you are diagnosed with tnchomomasis, you should inform any sexual partner so they can be treated as well, If Trichomoniasis is the diagnosis, then home remedies are combination of garlic, wonderful kola, ginger, tumeric which are embedded in SUPER-DOSE

CAPSULE. Tell your doctor you’re planning to use natural treatments.You should always get a diagnosis from your physician when you first start experiencing  the symptoms.


Candidiasis is a disease by a species of yeast. The most common type of candidiasis is yeast infection.Candida albicans is a common cause of vaginal yeast infection.


Some of the symptoms of candidiasis include;Unusual cheesy discharge ,vagina pain, redness, burning sensation, itching in the vagina.


Ingredients: Bitter leaves, Scent leaves, Garlic.

Preparation: With water, squeeze bitter leaves and scent leaves  together. Mix grinded garlic with the mixture. Wash the area with the herbal mixture you’ve prepared.

Conclusion, yeast infection is treated using antifungal drugs. Both prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) remedies are available that are effective in treating vaginal yeast infections. Nonprescription drugs are the best home remedy for yeast infections, and they can cure most yeast infections. However, homeopathic methods have not been adequately studied for doctors and other health care professionals to recommend them, and anti-itch medications treat only the itching symptoms, but do not treat the underlying cause (yeast infection).