Trichomoniasis is an inflammatory process of the genitourinary organs. As a rule, infection occurs through sexual intercourse or through the use of common hygiene items.
The main symptoms of the disease
The causative agent of the infection is Trichomonas, which causes inflammation of the genitourinary system in men and women. Men rarely notice the presence of the disease in themselves, since its course is hardly noticeable. The most striking symptom of the disease is mucous discharge from the genital organ, which characterizes the onset of the inflammatory process. Despite the absence of painful sensations, he is a carrier of trichomoniasis. If left untreated, the epididymis is affected, resulting in infertility.
In a woman, the disease manifests itself as follows:
- a frothy yellowish-gray discharge with a pungent odor is released from the vagina;
- a woman experiences severe itching and burning in the labia and vulva;
- during a gynecological examination, changes in the mucous membrane, diaper rash of the perineum are observed;
- in the area of the anal fornix, foamy discharge accumulates;
- discomfort during intercourse and urination.
Treatment of infection with folk remedies
Treatment for trichomoniasis should take place in conjunction with a partner, otherwise the risk of re-infection increases. A prerequisite for the effective destruction of Trichomonas is personal hygiene: regular change of underwear, thorough washing and ironing, sexual rest until the body is fully restored. A similar tampon can be made from garlic gruel, reducing the time to 3-4 hours a day.
Onion swabs are used to treat trichomoniasis in women. To cook them, you need to grate the onions on a fine grater and put the mass on a piece of gauze or bandage. Gently tie and insert into the vagina at night. Use with caution in case of hypersensitivity. It is recommended to pre-moisten in calendula broth.
To improve the patient's condition, it is recommended to prepare a cleansing agent from the flowers of bird cherry, calendula, lilac and celandine leaves. Take 1 tbsp. mixture of herbs, pour a glass of boiling water and boil the broth for 5-10 minutes. Then strain the drink and use 4 tablespoons each, inserting a micro enema or introducing a special catheter into the urethra.
Aloe juice helps to cope with itching and inflammation. Take 2 tablespoons three times a day. juice before meals, and the leftover pulp gruel can be used as compresses. It also relieves itching with calendula tincture.