Traitement naturel des chlamydia 1

NATURAL TREATMENT OF CHLAMYDIA

Of all the sexually transmitted infections, Chlamydia trachomatis infection is the most common among young people today. Indeed, it now affects about 10% of women (against 4% ten years ago) and 5% of men ... without either knowing it most of the time. Where official medicine only has to offer antibiotics, alternative medicine has several proposals for natural treatments for chlamydia (click here to access it directly) . or Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment

Natural remedy for chlamydia

Contamination usually occurs early in sexual life, which is why infection particularly affects 18 to 25-year-olds (especially young women). Thus, nearly one in two women affected is infected from their first sexual intercourse! Certain factors are likely to favor this contamination, such as poorly dosed contraception or neglected or poorly treated genital mycosis.

The bacteria involved, Chlamydia trachomatis, is not really a bacteria. Rather, it is a parasite halfway between the behavior of a virus and a bacteria. Chlamydia mainly develops in the lining of the urethra in both sexes and in the cervix in women.

Usually, the infection is sneaky as it generates very few bothersome symptoms. However, it can be suspected:

  • in humans, during urination burns or a small discharge outside of it. But the signs can be reduced to simple tingling!
  • in women, on the occasion of a urinary tract infection, or vaginal yeast infection, especially if symptoms persist despite apparently appropriate treatment. Or during a consultation for pain during the sexual act.

Chlamydia: we often notice it too late

Chlamydiae do not directly damage tissue but cause an inflammatory reaction that suppresses the infection as long as the bacteria remain in the body. This inflammatory component of the immune response is not always dramatic, but if it persists, there may be long-term damage. For example, all urogenital chlamydiosis increases the risk of obstruction of the uterine tubes by 20% and that of ectopic pregnancy by 10%.

The infection is often revealed only by one of its complications, which are multiple. It could be :

  • epididymitis (infection of the small cylindrical organ behind each testicle);
  • prostatitis in men;
  • endometritis (infection of the uterine body);
  • salpingitis (infection of the fallopian tubes) in women: the fever is then often above 38 ° C and severe pain;
  • proctitis (inflammation of the rectum);
  • Nicolas-Favre's disease (ulceration of the genital area, disappearing spontaneously and followed by inflammatory and painful involvement of the inguinal lymph nodes on the side where the chancre was located) in both sexes.

Complications can concern a place other than the urogenital sphere:

  • angina,
  • trachoma (keratoconjunctivitis which can cause blindness, but rare in our climates)

Finally, complex syndromes can appear such as those of Fiessinger-Leroy-Reiter (characterized by the simultaneous occurrence of urethritis, polyarticular involvement and conjunctivitis, most often in a feverish setting and mainly affecting the people belonging to the HLA B27 cell group) and Fitz-Hugh-Curtis (febrile inflammation of the tissues near the liver, often following an abortion).

Screening is therefore essential. It is essentially based on the search for bacteria within the cells of the urinary mucosa. Due to the insidious nature of the infection, it is recommended for any young adult with a sexual life to undergo two screenings per year.

Pelvic inflammatory syndrome (PID), watch out for the first signs

Women often complain about the combination of two or more of the following:

  • pain in the lower abdomen that has been evolving for a few days, the location of which is not always easy to specify;
  • pain during new intercourse;
  • vaginal discharge that is different in appearance, abundance, and odor from mucus;
  • sometimes menstrual bleeding outside of your expected period
  • pain when passing urine or having a bowel movement;
  • fever, even chills.

The intensity of each of these signs is extremely variable from one woman to another, but the combination of only two of them should immediately alert because it can be a pelvic inflammatory syndrome (PID) of which chlamydia and gonorrhea are the primary culprits. Any suspicion of PID should lead to a prompt consultation, not only to get rid of and cure the infection but also to avoid spreading it to his partner (s) and to preserve his own fertility.

All partners within two months of the onset of the first signs should be contacted and urged to seek counseling.

The occurrence of PID is not uncommon within three weeks of inserting an IUD. Most often, this is indicative of previously silent chlamydia. It is therefore essential to consult quickly rather than thinking that these symptoms are only related to the presence of the foreign body that is the intrauterine device.
For any woman who has already had a sexually transmitted infection, only one of the signs listed above, even in a minor way, should lead to being screened for chlamydia before having an IUD inserted.

The progressive failure of antibiotics

The natural immune system is often ineffective against this type of infection. B cells fail to hunt down Chlamydiae, which live inside cells where circulating antibodies do not reach them. Thus, the body never completely eliminates the bacteria, and, on the other hand, the natural immunity after an infection lasts little more than six months. An infection, which has apparently disappeared, can therefore reoccur months or years later, and the individual will not be immune to these new attacks.

For a long time, official medicine managed to contain the progression of this infection with antibiotics (most often azithromycin and doxycycline), but this bacterium, like most of its congeners, was able to adapt to the drug response. Official figures estimate that it is 10 to 15% of Chlamydiae.

Thus, it is not uncommon to see Chlamydia infections that last for months despite antibiotic treatments.

Natural solutions

For those for whom the antibiotic therapy has been ineffective, it is obviously necessary to think of all the natural antibiotics in support.

We must also think about the vaginal flora. It is mainly composed of lactobacilli. These bacteria convert lactose into lactic acid to acidify the environment and thus prevent the growth of certain harmful bacteria. When this flora is insufficient or destroyed, vaginitis sets in with its attendant inconvenience. The remedy is therefore simple: it is then necessary to recolonize the vaginal flora by lactobacilli. This rebalancing of the vaginal flora can be achieved by means of probiotic ova (such as Symbiovag for example).

Natural antibiotics

I refer you to our other articles on natural antibiotics. In the case of chlamydia, taking grapefruit seed extract or colloidal silver may consolidate or take over from conventional treatments. Certain essential oils or plants are however more specifically adapted.

Essential oils against chlamydiae.

The essential oils of myrtle (Myrtus communis), thyme (Thymus vulgaris), and eucalyptus (Eucalyptus cryptonifera) have been shown to be effective against chlamydiae. They can be used in eggs that will be prepared by the pharmacist. You can also use this remedy more specifically intended for urinary tract infections but whose action includes chlamydia infections. This remedy has the name Cystactif (it contains Calluna vulgaris (heather) in mother tincture, Uva ursi TM (bearberry), essential oil of cajeput (Melaleuca cajeputi), niaouli (Melaleuca quinquenervia), oregano ( Origanum compactum) and sandalwood (Santalum album).

Plants

  • Usnea barbata (Usnea barbata). We can use this algae/foam which has antiseptic and antiviral powers. Usnea appears to be effective in getting rid of chlamydia, but it is only found with great difficulty (in the form of homeopathic granules or mother tincture in pharmacies). Be careful, do not risk identifying this lichen yourself to make herbal teas because two lichens that look very similar often grow side by side. Usnea is medicinal, but the other can be poisonous, so be sure to recognize the species before using it for its properties.

 

  • As a mother tincture, it should be taken in close doses and in fairly good quantities (average adult: 1.5 to 2 ml of tincture every 2 hours). If symptoms do not go away or improve within 12 to 24 hours of starting usnea, or if the fever returns, it means usnea is not working and there is no point in continuing. the treatment.

 

  • All plants that contain berberine: There are 400 shrubs in this family. But the extracts which have shown an action on chlamydiae are mainly goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis), holly leaf mahonia (Mahonia aquifolium), and barberry (Berberis vulgaris).

 

  • Goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis). This herb contains, in addition to berberine, hydrastine and over twenty other alkaloids, which are said to have a synergistic antibacterial effect of berberine.

 

  • Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) can be bought more easily in our climates in the form of dried berries. This plant (and especially its fruit) is one of the classics of Indian and Chinese medicine. It was first documented in 1933 precisely for its action on trachoma (a bacterial eye infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis).

 

  • Mahonia (Mahonia aquifolium). In 2004, a study carried out at Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia) confirmed the antifungal and antibacterial effect of this plant. Jatrorrhizin, one of the components of Mahonia aquifolium, appears to be the most potent active substance.

As an accompaniment:

  • Echinacea (Echinacea) kills a wide variety of pathogens, including viruses, bacteria, and yeast infections. It also strengthens the tissues and the immune system in general.

 

  • Saw palmetto is effective in treating urinary tract symptoms of chlamydia that commonly occurs in men. Its antiseptic properties are particularly effective in the management of diseases of the urinary tract.

 

  • Gentian. Traditional Chinese medicine usually treats chlamydia with a combination of two or three herbs. Gentian is included in all herbal remedies for the treatment of chlamydia infection.

Getting to know chlamydia better

The genus Chlamydia includes three species: 
psittaci, trachomatis and pneumoniae. They are small bacteria, (0.2 micrometre) obligate cellular parasites, possessing DNA and RNA whose thin wall resembles that of Gram-negative bacteria.

  • Chlamydia trachomatis

It is a pathogen almost exclusive to humans. Four serotypes (A, B, Ba, C) are responsible for trachoma, a conjunctival infection rampant in developing countries.
Eight serotypes (D to K) are involved in "sexually transmitted diseases" (frequent and often asymptomatic STDs): •
Low localizations, - non-specific and post gonococcal urethritis, epididymitis in men; 
- cervicitis and urethritis in women.

• High locations,
- prostatitis     
- acute or chronic salpingitis, tubal sterility

• Extra-genital location
- follicular conjunctivitis. 
- Fiessenger-Leroy-Reiter syndrome associating conjunctivitis, urethritis and joint damage. 
- inclusion conjunctivitis, pneumonia, rhinitis or otitis in the newborn, contaminated at the time of childbirth.

  • Chlamydia psittaci

C. psittaci is widespread in the animal world (birds, cattle
and sheep). the man being only an occasional guest. 
Psittacosis refers to the disease of parrots, parakeets and canaries as well as human disease; the term "ornithosis"
relates to diseases of wild or backyard birds.
Human psittacosis results in bronchopneumonia.

  • Chlamydia pneumoniae

The diagnosis can be based on the isolation of the bacteria by culture on embryonated egg more delicate but safer than
on cell cultures on which the isolation is sometimes not successful. The cytopathogenic effect manifests itself in the form of characteristic small round inclusions.
More generally, indirect diagnosis is
used by demonstrating serum antibodies (
indirect immunofluorescence , ELISA).

 

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