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Vaginal invection, Vaginal insufflation, yeast infection, candida, Vaginal hygiene, Vaginal thrush, Vaginal yeast infection, Vaginal discharge after period, Vaginal infection, Vaginal atrophy, Vaginal inflammation, Vaginal itching, Vaginal discharge
Genital/vulvovaginal candidiasis is also known as a “yeast infection,” is a common worldwide disease among females. It occurs when there is overgrowth of the normal yeast in the vagina known as Candida. This infection is relatively common and nearly 75% of all adult women have had at least one ‘yeast infection’ in their lifetime.
Candida is always present in and on the body in small amounts. However, when an imbalance occurs, such as when the normal acidity of the vagina changes or when hormonal balance changes, Candida can multiply.
– Pain in the vagina
(can occur during sexual intercourse or urination)
– Vaginal discharge
– Vaginal itching
– Vaginal inflammation
– Vulval inflammation
Under normal circumstances, Candida albicans is a harmless aspect of the body, and for women, part of the vaginal mucosa. However Candida cells can multiply rapidly, and if your system is out of balance from eating unhealthy foods, taking certain prescription drugs, fighting an illness, changes in vaginal pH, and many other reasons, it can flourish out of control. Impaired immune systems are common in women who suffer from vaginal yeast infections.
Women who experience hormonal changes for instance during pregnancy, if they suffer from diabetes, use antibiotics/corticosteroid medications are especially vulnerable to yeast infections. Once the bodies’ defense mechanisms are lowered the vaginal environment is the ideal environment for fungi, yeasts and bacteria to multiply out of control.
Genital infection is mostly treated with antibiotics, leading to an imbalance in gut flora due to prolonged use of antibiotics. Therefore, it is necessary to discover safe and efficacious alternative treatment strategies for patients with genital infection.
Over the counter medications and anti-fungal creams work by reducing and making the symptoms disappear however these creams only treat symptomatically. The underlying issue for the yeast infection/overgrowth is not addressed.
This is also a major reason for recurrent vaginal infections. Recurrent vaginal infections can produce other symptoms of Candida overgrowth including, chronic fatigue, weight gain, food allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, migraines, PMS, cancer and more.
Ozone has a very strong anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal action even at low doses.
In an original research study the effects of ozonated olive oil and clotrimazole the anti-fungal drug were compared in the treatment of vulvovaginal candidiasis. The results of the study concluded that both reduced the symptoms significantly and led to a negative culture for vaginal candidiasis. Therefore the efficacy of ozonated olive oil in clinical treatments for patients with vulvovaginal candidiasis is a viable option. Ozone possesses efficient, rapid and broad-spectrum anti-septic qualities and has a key role in destroying pathogenic microorganisms. Vaginal ozone administration allows the normal growth of vaginal bacteria and inhibits the growth of anaerobic bacteria due to the influx of oxygen.
Ozone is efficient in destroying the resistance of high vaginal swap (HVS) isolated bacteria to some antibiotics. Subsequently ozone makes antibiotics more susceptible to antibiotic resistant strands.
To detect the effect of ozone on normal vaginal flora and pathogenic bacteria Electron Microscope imaging was done in a study. When bacteria were treated with 60mg/l for 30mins, there was severe cell rupture and destruction. The mechanism of ozone action on bacterial cells disrupts the integrity of bacterial cell enveloped through oxidation of phospholipids and lipoproteins.
In the previous mentioned studies the protocol is 10 days long with 1 session each day.
Starting with vaginal instillations of 100ml ozonated water (administered via a sterile syringe) – this is extremely important and must not be forgotten.
After each water flush, it was followed by insufflation of the oxygen-ozone gas mixture with a concentration of 23 mg/l for 5 mins with a continuous flow of 1/2 liters/minute.
Before starting with vaginal insufflation 100ml of ozonated water (administered via a syringe) must be instilled. This is extremely important and must not be forgotten. The vaginal mucosa is very thin and sensitive and needs to be moistened before the oxygen-ozone gas is applied.
To stage the process in case of high inflammation and severe bacteria overgrowth you can start with ozone water flushes first. Repeat a few times and use Ozone oil (Coconut and Jojoba) overnight to start the healing process gently.
Then add the Ozone gas as a secondary stage. You can start with a very low concentration of 3/4l per minute resulting in 16mg of ozone per litre. Repeat for a week and then change to 1/2l per minute resulting in 23mg per litre. This should be the max concentration to use for the rest of the therapy.
At the end of treatment the patients vaginal flora was repopulated with Lactobacillus via tablets for 7 days. The intestinal flora was also repopulated with Lactobacillus probiotic tablets orally for 1 month.
The results were positive and 85% of the patients responded to treatment.
The patient can place a towel on the lap, which will absorb the excess ozone. Additionally, either wear a mask or put a fan in front of you. Open a window and make sure there is enough ventilation in the room!
Prevention & Additional Treatment for Vaginal Yeast Overgrowth
Prevention of vaginal yeast overgrowth is possible by making the environment in which yeast and fungi love to grow more hostile and difficult for them to thrive.
Treating Your Partner to Prevent Re-Infection
To prevent renewed infection it is wise to treat your partners genitals and sterilise them just like you have treated your vaginal infection. To do so you can use the special ozone resistant bag (included in Ozone bundle) for bagging,
Gretchkanev, G. O., Katchalina, T. S., Katchalina, O. V, & Husein, E. (2001). The New Method of Treatment of Inflammatory Diseases of Lower Female Genital Organs. Russian Association of Ozonetherapy, 3–6.
Mello, R. C., & Mello, R. D. (n.d.). Ozone Therapy in Female Infertility.
Shoeib, A. A., & Al-Obiri, K. K. H. (2014). The effect of ozone on bacterial vaginosis and how it is affected by ultrastructural changes of cells by transmission electron microscope (TEM). African Journal of Microbiology Research, 8(10), 1060–1069. httpss://doi.org/10.5897/AJMR2013.5902
Liu, C., Zhang, Y., Kong, S., Tsui, I., Yu, Y., & Han, F. (2014). Applications and therapeutic actions of complementary and alternative medicine for women with genital infection. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014(i). httpss://doi.org/10.1155/2014/658624
Tara, F., Zand-Kargar, Z., Rajabi, O., Berenji, F., Akhlaghi, F., Shakeri, M. T., & Azizi, H. (2016). The Effects of Ozonated Olive Oil and Clotrimazole Cream for Treatment of Vulvovaginal Candidiasis. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 22(4), 44–9. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27548492
Schwartz, D. A. (2015). Ozonoterapia en el tratamiento de la vulvo-vaginitis recurrente por Candida albicans Ozone therapy in the treatment of recurrent vulvo- vaginitis by Candida albicans, 5, 89–97.
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