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Can bitter leaf cure PID?

Can bitter leaf cure PID?

This paragraph below was culled from Mayoclinic

SYMPTOMS THAT CONFIRM YOU HAVE PID

The signs and symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease might be mild and difficult to recognize. Some women don’t have any signs or symptoms. When signs and symptoms of PID are present, they most often include:

-Pain — ranging from mild to severe — in your lower abdomen and pelvis.

-Abnormal or heavy vaginal discharge that may have an unpleasant odor.

-Abnormal uterine bleeding, especially during or after intercourse, or between menstrual cycles.

-Pain during intercourse.

-Fever, sometimes with chills.

-Painful, frequent or difficult urination.

I AM USING THIS MEDIUM TO CALL ON WOMEN WITH #PID TO PLEASE SEEK TREATMENT FOR IT.

The fact is, most of you don’t know what PID can do to the Fallopian tube…So you delay treatment course for it.

Now to the main question of this article:

Can bitter leaf cure Pelvic inflammatory disease?

No. Bitter leaf cannot cure PID. PID is a sexually transmitted infection caused by bacterial organisms like gonorrhea, Chlamydia etc. Yes, bitter leaf has anti-malarial, anti-bacterial , antifungal and even antiviral properties but the truth is, it cannot cure a serious vagina, uterine, fallopian, and ovarian infection as you may want it to …

Can bitter leaf cure PID? No

It is also important to know that scent leaf also do not cure pelvic inflammatory disease, PID is a serious disease that can cause infertility in women, please treat it with antibiotics after a culture…take it serious for your own sake.

Complications

Complications that can arise if PID is not treated include:

🤜scarring that can lead to fertility problems
🤜recurring PID
🤜severe pelvic pain
🤜a tubo-ovarian abscess

Many women do not realize they have had a PID until they seek medical advice for infertility problems.

For Management/Treatment course/support to your PID

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This post was last modified on March 25, 2023 5:27 am

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