There is a highly successful bacterial vaginosis natural cure which can work very successfully to treat this condition. However, the term “natural cure” is a somewhat loose one and there is no doubt that a collection of haphazard remedies, no matter how good each one is individually, will not work very well if there is no structure to the treatment.
The theory behind using bacterial vaginosis natural cures stems from the fact that conventional treatments, such as antibiotics and over the counter remedies do not successfully treat the causes, although they can be effective in giving symptomatic relief-if albeit short-lived.
Bacterial vaginosis is caused by an imbalance of bacteria within the vagina. There can be several causes for this, including over washing, the use of perfumed products around the vaginal area, a change of sexual partner or even simply being “under the weather”. Sometimes there is no obvious cause at all. The symptoms include itching, burning, an unpleasant watery discharge which is gray/white in color and a terrible, fishy smelling odor.
The bacteria within the vagina consists of both beneficial and potentially harmful bacteria. Under normal circumstances, balance is maintained. with the good bacteria keeping the bad in check. When antibiotics are taken, these kill off all bacteria-not distinguishing between good and bad. This means that once treatment is finished and bacteria begins to naturally repopulate the vagina, the good bacteria is not of sufficient strength to keep control and the symptoms begin again.
This is exactly why over 70% of women who take antibiotics for bacterial vaginosis will have a repeat attack within a few short weeks.
Bacterial vaginosis natural cures are by far the best option. By using the correct natural treatment strategies it is possible to rebalance the bacterial levels within the vagina naturally and strengthen and enhance the body’s own ability to heal itself. In addition, good home treatment strategies can work very quickly, with a full cure being possible within 3 days and almost instant symptomatic relief.