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Cure Bacterial Vaginosis: Natural Remedies for BV!

Last Modified on Jul 22, 2014


 

Yogurt, Oregano Oil

11/29/2010: Suzan from Lansing, Michigan: "Mix 1/2 c of plain yogurt (no sugar or fruit) with 5 drops of oil of oregano P73(full strength). Make sure to mix it well. A medicine syringe will be needed. Fill the syringe with the mixture. Lay on your back and insert cream into the vagina. Use 2x per day and wear a maxi pad (change pad often). Oil of Oregano is an anti bacterial, anti fungal and anti parasitic, so it will work for Trich, BV, and Yeast(fungus). Also make sure to soak the syringe in very hot soapy water for 45 minutes. This concoction makes a few doses, so keep it in the refrigerator."

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06/15/2012: Daria from Cali replies: "I've done the boric acid for awhile and it works but kept coming back and then it seemed to stop working. Now I'm using the yogurt method and that's helping tremendously. I plan on sing boric acid and yogurt forever by rotating both and using after my totm."

Zinc

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YEA (1)
100%

[YEA]  05/28/2012: Roxanne from Ny: "Listen and u will not believe me, but I just started taking Zinc since last Thursday and I kid u not I have no more odor!!!!! Little discharge , a tiny, but No odor!!! 1 cheap pro-biotic and 1 plain yogurt, 2 zinc in morning and night and I swear I was able to be around ppl and be myself in years, I swore if I felt better I would write so here I am, this has been four days, I will write if anything, But I feel goddamn great now!!!! No fish or musty odor, pure perfume!!! No I have not had sex, Im not in a relationship, but the fact that I have no odor for four days? Priceless!!!! Do not Douche!!!!!!! Bad idea period!!!"







 



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