What is vaginitis?
Vaginitis is an inflammation on the coating of the feminine parts which is usually caused by parasites or microorganisms. This disease affects roughly 30% of women who are in their childbearing age. The va*ina is a home to many different microorganisms, some of which are pathogenic and some are beneficial. Their right balance depends of the chosen lifestyle, age, and the function of the ovary system of the woman.
Some experts have stated that this condition can have an effect on the glycogen of the wall of the feminine parts that is converted into a high concentration of lactic acid and in this case, it prevents the spreading of bad bacteria. The environment of the feminine part is alkaline which can cause many different diseases and if an antibiotic is used in fighting this, the problem can be further exaggerated with a spread of fungal infections. Some medications and drugs can cause excessive dryness and different allergic reactions. But, all of this can be avoided. This article will show you the most effective way in fighting this.
With the help of several home remedies, the microflora of the feminine parts can be normalized and the usual signs of vaginitis can be averted. Before doing this, it is recommended that you find out what caused the problem using the usual tests. This remedy is easy to use. Just follow these instructions.
This one is pretty straightforward. All you need to do is mix 4 cups of boiling water with 2 tablespoons of vinegar and rinse the external parts of the feminine parts with this solution. This step should be repeated until the symptoms are gone.
- Chamomile tea
First, boil 4 cups of water which should include 2 tablespoons of dried chamomile flowers and let the mixture rest for about 5-10 minutes. After, rinse and wash with the potion and continue to do this until the microflora is normalized.
- Lemon juice
This lemon juice remedy is pretty simple. You need to dissolve one tablespoon of lemon juice in 4 cups of lukewarm water. Use this mix to douche (flush out) the inside of the feminine parts.
You should also try eating dairy products, use cotton fabric underwear, and make your partner to take good care of his hygiene (especially before intercourse), with the intent to minimize the introduction of foreign bacteria in the feminine parts.