FOOLING AROUND CAN BE BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH!
Non-specific Vaginitis is a mild infection of a woman's interior, genital area given to her either by improper butt wiping, entering water that has been sitting stagnant (in pool or tub), or perhaps by yesterday's dirty panties or even by a male partner.
You don't know quite how you got it but something feels DIFFERENT down there all of a sudden! FIRST THING, no more sex! NOT until you get rid of this bug as it will transfer to HIM and all the girls he cheats on you with..... and Ping Pong around town and eventually come back to you. So for a few days, you're MOTHER TERESA!
Ouchey! Itchy! I'm On fire down there!
The precise organism can be Candida albicans or Trichomoniasis or yeast but it isn't limited to these three. Google up nonspecific vaginitis and you'll find a dozen different bugs.
Often the infection is not even a sexually transmitted disease. There are other things that have bacteria besides MEN! Like wiping from back to front. Always wipe front with paper, then go to back and wipe backwards. Otherwise you would smear bacteria forward where it doesn't belong
Bacteria comes from wearing panties twice, leaving them out so a 'culture' from the air gets started. Bacteria comes from getting into a tub that was left sitting, after your last bath, or a warm swimming pool in a third world country where they do not use chlorine. Or it comes from a bath tub not rinsed and allowed to dry overnight, until your bath the next day. (Some girls rinse surface of tub with a saucepan of water with a 1/4 cup of bleach in it). You thought that tub was clean or that water was clean clean but in truth, a tub can be FULL OF LOWER LIFE FORMS!, Dirty dirty. Swimming Pools kept warm or in warm climes without sufficient chlorine definitely have bugs of all kinds, I don't mean flying bugs. I mean microscopic ones that consider your body a fine fine residence!
Not to say that Men are not a frequent contributor of some organism besides baby humans.....and who of us assumes they're perfectly clean since the raging sixties? Guys got a lot of tread on them, most of it used!
The problem with NON SPECIFIC VAGINITIS, or NSV is that it's so stealthy. If you had trich or Candida, you would be screaming with itchy discomfort and would KNOW you had something, smelly discharge, cottage cheese factory down below. You'd be forced to fix that! But the non specific V malady is very sly and you may never realize that you have it! That's why it can cause cell damage if it lingers in your body for a long time. It erodes your cervix into pre cancerous lesions. Or it can be a noisy feeling of intense discomfort in the lower belly resembling cystitis and bladder infection. A week on cranberry juice doesn't banish it, cuz sore area is what's behind the bladder canals. The Girl's room. Cranberry juice doesn't get there!
NSV is a mild inflammation, in Latin, flam means flame, that means HOT. If you have a sensitive vagina, you'll feel the heat as a definite disturbance. It's all those bacteria chewing at the skin, described by doctors as non specific. Doesn't mean random minded, they aren't, they're very focused. They're just non-specific, meaning could be of several bacteria families.
You can call it NSV and your OB- GYN will listen to you describe your sensations. He will take you seriously, realize that you think you might have it and he'll give you either a lab culture or a microscopic fluid analysis using a smear on a glass slide. So when you routinely see your OB-gyn for a pap smear, ask for a NSV culture check!
Any symptoms of pain, unusual discharge, or itching should obviously receive immediate medical attention* (but if you have no extra money, the bug responds very well --meaning he dies, with herbal treatment, given below.)
To find this bug, a doctor would need to run a lab culture of a woman's fluids, or just examine fluids for bacteria, under a microscope, either of these. The doctor could not know if it's advanced and done erosion by using his eyes; he would need a COLPASCOPE for magnification. With such an amazing invention, even you could see the lesions on your own cervix, given a mirror. And watch the doctor use his laser to send them to bug heaven. So your clinic has to have these tools: lab, laser, colpascope.
The cervical area of a chronic sufferer has tiny bleeding lesions. That is pre cancerous tissue and that's why we worry about this disease. Because things can get worse! And if you care about the bozo who gave it to you, this bug can ream a man's prostate leaving him with fatal cancer. And I don't mean the zodiacal sign.
Just tuck this article away on your cache, save it as text or html on your HOLISTIC directory. You might not feel anything stirring now, might not know that you have or don't have bacteria there. Many non specific vaginitis bacteria are NOT always accompanied by sensations but if you have 'heat' or itch sensations be certain that you do have some STD, maybe this one.
The infection you feel may be better than the one you don't. If you don't know, you have can last for years and in that case, causes pre cancerous lesions to the cervix (which must be found and are easily removable with a laser before an actual tumor develops!)
Not all vaginal discharges are caused by infection. The body does a lot of cleansing on its own. And being in love causes a similar, cleansing state. In some women, oral contraceptives may cause an increase in the mucous produced by a woman's body, as well as a tampon or diaphragm left in the vagina but where there's mucus, there is a food source for bacteria. You don't want bacterium running around excitedly in your vagina and cervix, handing out road maps or your business card saying 'here, a free trip to Acapulco,' do you?
So get an ob-gyn who has a microscope, an in house laboratory, a colpascope and best of all, a laser. If he has those tools an OB-GYN can determine if the cause is an infection, a bacteria or too much wishful thinking but one needs to know what's up
The doctor will start with a slide under a scope. Next he uses a Colposcope to magnify the cervical surface, then the laser to seal the lesions, which left open, would mutate into cervical cancer. In the man this unseen, unfelt inflammation by bacteria in his prostate, going untreated for years, causes prostatic cancer.
A man could detect NS Bacteria the same way a woman does, with a culture of his fluids. But in him, he is so totally non-symptomatic that he goes his merry way infecting all of his friends with a potential cancer cause and letting his own prostate turn to cancer.
Now, if you suddenly show up with this bacteria, be kind. Warn your partner. "Say sweetie, I see no one but you and if I suddenly have a bacteria, you could have it and that means you might be seeing another woman. Worse, that also means that you could one day get prostate cancer from the irritation that the prostatic fluid does to the inside of your prostate gland. So you have to take appropriate medication, refrain from all sex, so do I. And later, when we're all clean, we can not go back to one another, as we know we're clean, but not any outside lovers unless you buy her the treatment pills and creams!" Say it with a wink.
Sure it still could wreak havoc! But better havoc than cancer.
*Note: at home holistic herbal treatment for STOPPING that burning, that itch can be simple: get 1/2 cup of purified water, top it off with 2 tbsps apple cider vinegar or strained lemon juice and now add the anti bacteria elements. Crush an entire clover of garlic into it. Add a wee shot of neem oil or tea tree oil, found at Hindu super markets. Or healthfood stores. Let brew sit for a half hour, garlic infuses itself into the tea. Strain the brew into a small cup or half fill a pop bottle or small glass bottle with water. Add betadine if you have any, or diluted iodine.
TO USE IT: CLEAN your bath TUB well with chlorox solution and a brush. Rinse. Fill the tub. Get into the tub and after several inner washes, inhaling tub water, expelling it to clean away old discharge or residues, using force of the belly muscles to inhale, exhale. We now prepare to do the douche with the herb. Let tub drain a bit, lay back, tilt hips up, let bottle flow into you, hold the vinegar garlic etc for a long while while you meditate, then expel. Rinse the outside area. No need to rinse You won't smell like a Caesar salad. A few days and all problems are gone. Another treatment recommended would be crush a few garlic cloves thru a garlic press so no big bits get into that half cup of yogurt, as the good bacteria in YOGURT kill the bad just as they do in your body, stir around, apply with a tampax. If you've had a few babies you can just pour it in! Then insert tampon! Leave garlic yogurt in for a day, wearing a pad if you have to. Wash tub out, Tub-douche, start over. Wear new fresh clothing, sun dried each day. Hey nobody said this wasn't going to be FUN!
IF there is still an itch, it may be candida. Men's JOCK ITCH CREAM containing a simple fungicide works great. It's 99c at all those dollar stores. Butter youself, outside and inside as if you were buttering a turkey.
Now, for the GUY INVOLVED? The garlic tampon ain't gonna work on HIM! He needs a two week anti-biotic and no fooling around with any of his harem the whole time. Because the disease can be ping-ponged back to him, full bloom, by any of his 'regulars.' Only a doctor can make him see that fact. A wife or steady gal pal will sound like a jealous 'nag' if she talks about 'other women.' He may even view the whole disease thing as a scare tactic. But what should motivate him to see a doc is the fact that if he has those little pre-cancerous lesions on the inside of his prostate, he can expect CANCER up the line in time, too!
The 19th century Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar had a line in a play, it wasn't his CAROUSEL (he wrote the original, produced it in Europe,) "you can wipe the mud off the outside of the boot easier than you can wipe it off hte inside," referring to STD's vis a vis men and women. Not true. Women can try nature cures, their 'area' is acessible. Men cannot. Whatever's goni' around? Both sexes get it.
See the GARLIC YOGURT POPSICLE method, at http://www.create.org/elchai/hlibgar.htm