Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Remedies

| Modified on May 17, 2022
Baking Soda
Posted by Flip Novice (North of the Mason-Dixon Line) on 10/30/2020
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I tried vinegar, garlic, peroxide, even kombucha. They worked temporarily. Oregano oil worked but burned. Douching with 1 teaspoon of baking soda (not baking powder) in 1/2 litre of purified water works perfectly.

Your husband may be reinfecting you.


Garlic and Oregano Oil
Posted by Brea (Cali) on 10/29/2020
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Yes garlic....Tie a long string a round it like you are making it into a tampon. My midwife/nurse taught me this trick! I have PID right now from an untreated Bacterial Vaginosis infection. I took a bath last night in hot water with 2 cups of Apple Cider vinegar and took two capsules of Organic Oil of Oregano and could feel those two things fighting the bacteria in my pelvis region. I had terrible pain and was up almost all night. I am going to continue this regime until the pain stops. (FYI Been with only one man, my husband for the last 12 years and I had a baby 17 months ago and have been having boughts of BV and now PID since giving birth.) It's not necessarily from multiple sex partners or an STD/STI. You can just have your natural vaginal flora set off for many, many reasons. BV is very common and if left untreated will turn into a more serious infection such as PID. Hope this helps and God Bless!


Bee Propolis
Posted by Wendy (Usa) on 03/02/2018
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Bee Propolis for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

You need to get propolis and research how to prepare it two ways. One is a tincture and you will take it orally 2 to 3 times per day. The second is making a vaginal wash and cleaning the inside of the vagina using a douche. This should be done each day until symptoms disappear; then do this once each week to keep the problem from returning. The oral method should be continued.

Best wishes and blessings from God.


Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Remedies
Posted by Heather (Syracuse, Ny) on 10/02/2017

Antibiotic use created the right environment for the yeast infection. Natural remedies won't do that.


Vitamin E
Posted by Leanne (Uk) on 12/13/2016
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Vitamin E for Internal Scarring From PID

High doses of Vitamin E (taken internally) can heal internal scarring (and external). You'll have to look it up, and I'm not certain of the doses, but I read that scarring of the bladder (from previous urine infections) can be healed with Vitamin E over a period of time. External healing of scars has been proven in my family from topical use.


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 05/07/2016

Dear Wawa,

Here is a link with details and a video for making charcoal poultices.

Let me know if there is something there that is unclear to you.

~Mama to Many~


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Wawa (Malaysia) on 05/07/2016

~Mama to many~....hi...tell me more how you did with the charcoal poultices....I want to know.... Thank you


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Tonya (Sebastopol, California) on 10/22/2015

Do I use regular thyme from the grocery store, if so how much?


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 05/07/2015

Dear Fatima,

Because Pelvic Inflammatory Disease has such a variety of symptoms, it would be hard to say if what you have is PID. Ovarian Cysts can cause abdominal pain, and kidney infections can cause pain in the back. Do you have someone you could see for a diagnosis?

Charcoal Poultices or Castor Oil packs over the pained areas are helpful to a wide variety of problems and would be a good thing to try.

~Mama to Many~


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Fatima (Lagos State, Nigeria) on 05/07/2015

Pls I dnt av discharge or ordour bt I feel pain below my waist n my tommy, I also feel back pain n smtimes a soothing pain below my tommy. Pls is this PID too?


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 01/31/2015

Dear Dorcas,

I don't think the specific diagnosis you have is very common. But if the fluid in your fallopian tube is caused by infection, then the remedy you are asking about would certainly be worth a try.

I would also consider using charcoal poultices over the area to help with infection and inflammation. I can tell you more about that if you want to try it.

~Mama to Many~


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Dorcas (Nigeria) on 01/30/2015

Can someone that has had diagnosis of left hydrosalpinx float from douglas that is, left block falopian tube use this method and work for her?


Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Remedies
Posted by Jbar (Alabama, US) on 01/28/2015

Baking soda douches for 1 week. I put a quarter baking soda and the rest warm water shake it up to dissolve. Also probiotics and garlic supplements keep it maintained. But the baking soda is the trick.


Garlic, Thyme, Lemon
Posted by Earthlygirl (Ohio) on 08/08/2013
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This is how I made my Pelvic Inflammatory Disease go away, take organic garlic, thyme & whole lemon. Cut up the garlic squeeze the lemon & put everything all together into a pot or teapot. That will turn it into a tea. I usually like to add green & white tea to it as well & that's what I did but you don't have to because if you look up the fact about garlic, lemon, thyme you'll notice they either have omega 3 and anti-inflammatory as well as anti-bacterial and great for fighting fungus infections ; treating everything the natural way. "WORKS"!! The first day drink this tea the pain with go away 30 minutes later and you should not experience any problems :) Drink this tea 2 to 3 times a day for two weeks or less. "EVERY BODY IS DIFFERENT" but this REALLY helped me out big time. I don't know if this treatment will work for everyone but it worked for me & I'm free of pelvic pain, discharge and bad odor.

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Remedies
Posted by Lady (Mnl, Philippines) on 05/11/2013

Is there anyone here suffered from pelvic inflammatory disease due to bacterial vaginosis and took a lot of antibiotics but didn't get cured? The pain is on and off and I like to know the effective remedies helpful to kill the bacteria and inflammation.

Fenugreek
Posted by Kmama (Beaverton, Or) on 12/10/2012
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Fenugreek as a poultice/paste on the pelvic region almost immediately relieved the inflammation and ache. I used the powder capsule form, took apart the capsules (5-8) and added a bit of hot water to make a paste. Slathered it on the area and left it there for a bit over half an hour. I even felt tension leave my lower back. I'm doing this in conjunction with dong quai. Will update soon with more feedback. Just felt the need to post about fenugreek since it worked so well and quickly to alleviate a pain that had woke me up several times last night. Going to put on my lymph areas near the pelvic region tomorrow as they say fenugreek helps to detox thru the lymph glands.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Tea Tree Oil
Posted by Betsy (Sydney, Nsw) on 07/12/2012
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I have been douching with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and one drop of tea tree oil in two cups of warm water and it was instant relief for me... Got rid of the smell too.


Baking Soda, Psyllium
Posted by Anon (US) on 02/15/2012
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Get a tall glass, half full of water, dissolve 1/2 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate (baking SODA, not powder) in it, put in a heaping teaspoon of psyllium fiber for bulk, stir up good and drink right away. When the psyllium gets to the colon it alkalizes it.

Garlic and Oregano Oil
Posted by Anon (Anon) on 02/15/2012
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If you're female, take a largish clove of garlic, crush and split it somewhat lengthwise to form a cavity, drop 2 or 3 drops of oregano oil into it and push it inside the vagina to the back so it doesn't fall out. Be careful not to spill the oil. It will burn a bit, but the burn goes away in a few minutes. Leave it in for a day or two at a time.


Swedish Bitters
Posted by Anon (Anon) on 01/20/2012
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The dossage is upped to 2 teaspoons 3 times a day w/ food. Salad and fresh fruit seem best foods to take it with. Added raw beets 1 a day, and 2 or 3 garlic cloves. Been sick for years, finally after about 4 days much better. Always been run down, tired, achy, sugar issues, can't take milk or wheat, started getting lower leg pain and vericose veins, started getting sharp abdominal pain. That's when I started the bitters. I knew it was an infection because years ago on Azithromycin it was much better.


Swedish Bitters
Posted by Anon (Anon) on 01/18/2012
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Not sure if it's PID, but it seems to be. Swedish Bitters seems to be working best, haven't gone to the Dr. for it. 1 or 2 teaspoons with a meal, bottle says 1 or 2 teaspoons once per day.

Dong Quai
Posted by Mtnwmn (Craig, Colorado) on 06/08/2009
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I too suffer from PID. I started taking Dong Quai Capsules (520mg - 2 capsules 2-3 times a day). Within a week or so I felt no symptoms of PID. Not being sure of the side effects from prolonged use, I went off of it for 2 mo. I am restarting my dosage again now that symtoms are reoccurring.


Dong Quai
Posted by Anonymous (New Zealand) on 12/25/2006
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I was diagnosed with an inflammed pelvic caused by an unknown source. numerous trips to the doctor and painful examinations, and several courses of antibiotics did nothing for me. I looked up on the internet and found that dong quai is a great womans herb. I bought some as a tea and drank copious amounts and within a few days i could feel a change, and within a week I felt no pain and was enjoying pain free sex again. Dong Quai is apparently great for lots of womens problems