Discrete new eBook release tells how to make Bacterial Vaginosis Go Away for Good
06/24/2013

A new eBook “How To Deal With Bacterial Vaginosis” has just been released for discrete online purchase from http://bacterialvaginosis.biz/, a website specifically designed for the confidential downloading of this life-changing eBook.

Online PR News – 24-June-2013 – Johannesburg, South Africa – A new eBook “How To Deal With Bacterial Vaginosis” has just been released for discrete online purchase from http://bacterialvaginosis.biz/, a website specifically designed for the confidential downloading of this life-changing eBook.

How To Deal With Bacterial Vaginosis explains that Bacterial Vaginosis is caused by an imbalance of unfriendly bacteria in the vagina and that it is a real medical condition. The author, who chooses to remain anonymous, in solidarity with her fellow sufferers who wish to treat their condition in privacy, warns that many times “BV” is misdiagnosed as a yeast infection.

She explains that Any woman is potentially at risk for BV. And that the chemical and hormonal changes every woman must endure, as well as the additional stress of giving birth can all lead to a lowered immune system. And that any woman with a lowered immune system cannot fight off the bad bacteria, which makes her more susceptible to this medical condition. She also assures her readers that having “BV” does not imply unusual sexual activity or that the woman is unclean.

In order to reassure her readers that they are not alone she shares that 1 in every 425 women get Bacterial Vaginosis at least once in their lives. “BV” is most prevalent among African Americans (23%) and Hispanics (16%). There are fewer incidents found among Caucasians (9%) and Asians (6%), however, no race is entirely left out.

The book outlines a helpful list of symptoms for self-diagnosis to help tell the difference between Bacterial Vaginosis and a Yeast Infection – She tells her readers to watch out for vaginal discharge that is thicker and lasts longer than normal, or that smells sour or fishy, particularly after intercourse; or vaginal discharge that is white or gray. Also if her readers experience a painful burning sensation when urinating with no other indications of a urinary tract infection or itching or burning in the vaginal area at any other time.

She also warns that some women who have chronic Bacterial Vaginosis never experience any of the above symptoms, making regular checkups and treatments critical.

The book explains that “BV” left untreated will lead to unpleasant sexual encounters due to the fishy odor, plummeting self-confidence and fear of getting to close to anyone. Plus, an untreated infection lowers the immune system even more and puts the already suffering woman at risk for even more serious diseases.

For those patients already seeking treatment but who are not finding relief the book explains why the antibiotics prescribed by doctors sometimes fail to cure “BV”.

How to Deal With Bacterial Vaginosis does not just detail the problem, however, it goes on further to share preventative measures as well as natural treatments and a detox plan to prevent recurrent infections. The author promises to show every reader how to live “A BV Free Lifestyle”.

Any woman who longs to be free from the painful consequences of Bacterial Vaginosis should order this book immediately from http://bacterialvaginosis.biz/ .