Vaginal Infections (bladder infections)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Vaginal infections: are [so-called] infections of the outer vulva as well as the vagina itself.  These [so-called] infections are secondary in nature rather than primary and are incorrectly treated by practitioners with antibiotics, rather than addressing actual cause.

Bladder infections are [so-called] infections of the bladder and urinary track of both males and females.  These [so-called] infections are secondary in nature rather than primary and are incorrectly treated by practitioners with antibiotics, rather than addressing actual cause.

Overview

Contrary to medical folklore, it is mycotoxin made by molds and fungi that create inflammation and make the primary infection possible, followed by secondary infection by invading bacteria and viruses.

Use of antibiotics to treat the condition is EXACTLY THE WRONG APPROACH and guarantees a repeating history of ongoing infections, particularly by females of all ages and males beyond age 45.

To understand more on this topic, see Special Insights, The Missing Diagnosis as well as the Mold & Fungus Protocol.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

 

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