The question is about bacterial vaginosis (BV) a recurring and chronic infection related to pH. It isn't an STD, although sexual intimacy can contribute or cause it. It can return after antibiotics, often constantly and frequently even in the absence of intimate relations, thus its description as not being an STD. Many women have tried so many things to get rid of it.
Why does this happen and does The Committee know how to stop it permanently?
Replies The Committee:
"In reverse, we answer thus; it can be eliminated from human females permanently by eradication of bacteria, eradication of females or just eradication of female reproductive organs. After you stop laughing, we return to a realistic plan.
The cause is entry of bacteria washing and other hygiene habits do not or cannot remove. Ingestion of antibiotics does not treat external presence of the bacteria, which cannot be eliminated.
The solution is twofold, removal and neutralization. Once antibiotics have reduced the infection, bacteria will accumulate naturally again, which occurs to everyone. Elimination of solid and liquid body waste, defecation and urination, are the most common sources of such bacteria, especially the former.
The short term prevention method is to apply rubbing alcohol to this area of the body, after washing and rinsing thoroughly. Allow the alcohol a moment or two for natural evaporation, using the seventy percent solution. After movement of the bowels, this is especially important. All humans introduce intestinal bacteria to the skin surface this way.
The longer term solution is to change bacteria in the lower digestive tract and also alter the relative acidity of the metabolism, which starts at the beginning of the tract, the mouth. Replace the bacteria in question by changing the diet.
Do three things:
These changes will reduce specific bacteria from the human female metabolism which leads to the vaginosis infection and stimulate the immune system to successfully resist and limit what little remains. The pH will change and balance out to the precise, proper level.
After one month of this diet, external alcohol application is no longer necessary."
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