GONORRHEA : Roots Plants and Barks

We can count on plants to support us in the treatment of this disease. The plants contained in our treatment have been selected among the best to fight against this bacteria. Indeed, in addition to their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties, they also have “antibiotic” properties. It is a misnomer to use this term because they do not work like conventional antibiotics. They will create an unfavorable environment for the growth and survival of the bacteria. This will make it easier for our body’s immune system and synthetic antibiotics to destroy the most resistant strains.

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Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea (also known as blenorrhagia) is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) transmitted by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae, more widely known as gonococcus.

To reproduce, this microorganism needs warm and humid environments. For this reason, it infects:

  • in men: the lower urinary tract (urethra), causing inflammation (urethritis);
  • women: the uro-genital tract, mainly the bladder (gonococcal cystitis), and the cervix, that is to say the cervix (gonococcal cervicitis);
  • in both: pharynx, conjunctiva and rectum.

Gonorrhea is one of   the most common  sexually transmitted diseases in  the world and, like  syphilis , increases the risk of contracting the  HIV virus  2-3 times. In addition, co-infection with Chlamydia trachomatis occurs in 15-25% of men and 35-50% of women.

Of all the sexually transmitted infections, this is the one for which treatment becomes more difficult, due to the phenomenon of antibiotic resistance.

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Afriherbalcure’s natural remedy

The means known until now to fight against bacteria are antibiotics. The peculiarity of the gonococcus is its ability) to develop resistance to antibiotics. When the strain you are infected with is resistant, treatment becomes difficult.

Fortunately, we can count on plants to provide us with support in the treatment of this disease. The plants contained in our treatment have been selected among the best to fight against this bacteria. In fact, in addition to their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties, they also have “ antibiotic ” properties.“. It is a misnomer to use this term because they do not work like conventional antibiotics. They will not destroy the bacteria directly but will rather change the environment in which the bacteria evolve. They will create an unfavorable environment for the growth and survival of the bacteria. This will make it easier for the immune system of our body and for synthetic antibiotics to destroy the most resistant strains.

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Advantage of our natural remedy

The advantage with this method is that it avoids prolonged use of antibiotics which can promote resistance in the bacteria. In addition, synthetic antibiotics can significantly affect our intestinal flora. Our natural remedy has several properties which can be helpful in eradicating the infection. In any case, it is always important to consult your doctor before taking any natural remedies which can influence the effectiveness of antibiotic treatment.

Duration of our treatment

The treatment with our natural remedy should be taken over a period of two months . The treatment consists of several plants reduced to powder to facilitate their assimilation in the form of herbal tea. Our experts are there to advise you and support you throughout your treatment. This is in order to facilitate your recovery according to your case. Because all cases are not the same.

Our natural solution is the best for fighting gonococcal infection.

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How gonorrhea is spread

Gonorrhea is spread through unprotected sex with an infected partner. Female-to-male transmission occurs with a probability of around 20%, while this male-to-female is around 50%.

Spread is also possible from the infected mother to the child during childbirth (neonatal conjunctivitis). This is a serious event, which can lead to blindness. To avoid this risk, all newborns are prophylaxis with eye drops or antibiotic eye ointment immediately after birth.

Transmission by exchange of objects (clothes, towels) is not possible, given the low resistance of the microorganism to the environment outside the human body. For the same reasons, kissing and hugging do not transmit disease.

Symptoms of gonorrhea

Once contact is established, the bacteria adheres to the epithelial cells of the skin (epidermis) or mucous membranes and penetrates deeply through them: infection takes place.

In women, symptoms include:

  • burning when urinating;
  • dysuria: difficulty urinating, which occurs when the disease attacks the cervix;
  • vaginal discharge;
  • blood loss between cycles.

The fact that nearly half of women are asymptomatic makes it more difficult to diagnose the disease and amplifies its chances of spread.

This is the reason why doctors advise taking the test in case of unsafe sexual contact, even if there are no symptoms.

In males, the incubation period is very variable. Symptoms appear two to 30 days after infection and are:

  • burning when urinating;
  • dysuria: difficulty urinating;
  • losses of white, yellow or green color: this is the product of the inflammatory reaction carried out by the immune system, as a result of which white blood cells break down;
  • testicular pain and swelling: not always present.

Men can also be asymptomatic: this happens in 10% of cases. Gonococcal pharyngitis, usually asymptomatic, can cause sore throat.

 

What complications gonorrhea can give

If you do not receive adequate drug treatment, gonorrhea can progress and have serious consequences.

In women, the bacteria can be responsible for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), an infection of the upper genital tract that occurs in 10 to 20% of cases and can cause:

  • fever;
  • pelvic abscesses;
  • chronic pelvic pain (usually bilateral);
  • pelvic peritonitis;
  • damage to the fallopian tubes : this occurs when the bacteria move up through the endometrium (the mucous membrane that covers the interior of the uterine cavity) and reach the tubes (salpingitis). The consequences of tubal contamination can lead to infertility and an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy (pathology in which the implantation of the fertilized egg takes place in places different from that of the physiological egg, represented by uterus). An ectopic pregnancy (or an ectopic pregnancy), if not treated quickly, can lead to infertility.

In humans, the most risky (but infrequent) complication is epididymitis, which occurs due to the rise of bacteria from the urethra to the upper urinary tract and causing testicular pain and swelling. Although less common than female pelvic inflammatory disease, epididymitis can lead to infertility.

In child

In a child infected by the mother at the time of delivery, the infection can cause blindness, joint inflammation or serious or fatal blood infections. During pregnancy, gonorrhea can lead to miscarriage or premature birth. The bacteria Neisseria gonhorroeae can spread through the bloodstream (disseminated gonococcal infection or arthritis-dermatitis syndrome). It occurs in 1% of cases (especially in women) and causes:

  • fever;
  • Migratory arthritis: attacks the joints, the membrane that covers them (synovitis) and tendons (tenosynovitis) and causes inflammation. This results in joint pain and swelling, particularly localized in the hands, wrists, ankles and feet;
  • dermatitis: erythematous skin lesions on the skin of the arms and legs.

Gonococcal septic arthritis, however, is a more localized form of systemic gonococcal infection. It determines the onset of painful arthritis with effusion in the large joints (knees, ankles, wrists and elbows), which swell, limiting the possibilities of movement and generating intense local pain.

I’m pregnant. How can gonorrhea affect my unborn child?

If you are pregnant and have gonorrhea, the infection can be passed on to the baby during birth. Infection of a child can cause serious problems. Timely treatment reduces the chance of health problems in your child.

 

How to diagnose gonorrhea

Symptoms that are not specific and are not always present in gonorrhea require diagnostic laboratory testing. Samples are taken from the cervix, urethra, rectum or pharynx (parts of the body that are normally infected) or analyzed on small urine samples (only in humans). The tampon lasts a few seconds and is not painful.

In the case of gonococcal arthritis, the culture examination can also be done on joint fluid, taken with an aspirated needle (arthrocentesis). The synovial fluid, in these circumstances, is cloudy or purulent, due to the high number of white blood cells present. As noted above, white blood cells are the signal for the defense reaction prepared by the immune system against the bacteria.

 

How to prevent gonorrhea

  • Use a condom if you have sex. Abstaining from sex is the surest way to prevent gonorrhea. But if you choose to have sex, use a condom during any type of sexual contact, including anal sex, oral sex or vaginal sex.
  • Limit your number of sex partners. Being in a monogamous relationship in which neither partner has sex with anyone else can lower your risk.
  • Be sure you and your partner are tested for sexually transmitted infections. Before you have sex, get tested and share your results with each other.
  • Don’t have sex with someone who appears to have a sexually transmitted infection. If your partner has signs or symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection, such as burning during urination or a genital rash or sore, don’t have sex with that person.
  • Consider regular gonorrhea screening. Annual screening is recommended for sexually active women younger than 25 and for older women at increased risk of infection. This includes women who have a new sex partner, more than one sex partner, a sex partner with other partners, or a sex partner who has a sexually transmitted infection.Regular screening is also recommended for men who have sex with men, as well as their partners.

To avoid getting gonorrhea again, abstain from sex until after you and your sex partner have completed treatment and after symptoms are gone.

 

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