My CURE to BV!!

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Yup you heard right. I've been suffering from chronic bv for about a year and hate antibiotics so I've used garlic (cured it for awhile but it came back stronger), apple cider vinegar (Works temporarily but makes you dry), hydrogen peroxide (works temp and also makes you dry),  NOW I finally stumbled upon a cure. Yogurt! I had one of those insters, the ones that come in a box of monistat, filled it with yogurt and walla ALL symptoms were gone. PLEASE it must be non fat plain yogurt (preferably with probiotics but not necessary as I just used plain yogurt and it worked great) I learned that if you don't COMPLETELY cure it with a method the bad bacteria learns to fight it and it becomes useless in the future. (Must be why the garlic became ineffective, it worked fabulousssss but I only did it once).  So I strongly suggest doing it for a few days to be sure. It will leak so wear a pad. Now the only issue I've had is a yeast infection from time to time, which for me the yogurt does not cure but at least I have no signs of that pesky bv smell or discharge!!! Yeast infections only last a few days for me so I just drink plenty of water and it goes away on it's own. 

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    What I learned from having Bv is finding out what causes it to flare every once in a while , which happens to be my boyfriend cheating on me. So as soon as I feel that tingle I immediately eat Greek yogurt and Oranges to balance my PH. Usually takes up to 3-5 days if I don’t irritate it more. I have to eat a hell of a lot of it. Also Kefir yogurt works for me to
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      I wholeheartedly understand the cheating part when it comes to B.V I could usually use Luvena products and it will go away...but now I'm just literally stuck with the slight burning when I urinate or wipe. Did the yogurt take away those symptoms for you as well?

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      Yes, it’s like I don’t even have it. It goes away to for me with the yogurt and oranges. I eat about 6 oranges a day and plenty of yogurt until it’s gone. It very rarely happens though. I know to stay away from his ass now. Its really makes you miserable. 
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    Hey ladies!

    Soooo! :D

    Since two weeks it seems Ive too cured myself, the natural way smile Done a lot of research. years of problems, tried everything, its been frustrating and making me feel so insecure. From antibiotics/probiotics to gardnerella medicines, inserting garlic/yoghurt/applecidervineger/taking supplements as boric accid, vitd3 and vit c and zinc. The last 3 I take frequently, as they seem to be important in supporting your bodys own ability to defend itself in this specific battle. But what I believe really made at difference in these two weeks is this: I had a short treatment of collidial silver water. (Google IT! Its been a natural wonder cure for centuries but dangerous if not made/prepared properly so dont do it yourself, ask someone who really knows) and in 3 days I had about 80% less discharge and odor. In the meantime I continued my supplements and added a bowl of plain, low fat, organic yoghurt to my breakfast. Also added fish to my diet, rich in good fats / omega. ( Remember, the problem of your vagina's defend system begins in your gut! Make sure you have a frequent bowel movement aswell. Wipe front to back, yes ladies, if you havent heard, you cant do it reversed as bacteria can move "in". Furthermore no showers, no soap, no hot water there. Let your vayjay clean herself, its made for it to do so! Dont mess up the ph levels causing more bacteria growth!) Its been two weeks and havent had any complaints like I used to, since yeaaaars!! I dont dare to be too happy Just yet but its a lifechanger so far. Hope this may help anyone smile xxxx

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