General description of the disease
This is an infectious disease that is provoked by bacterial pathogens – chlamydia. The disease is sexually transmitted and affects the mucous membrane of the vagina, rectum, urethra, cervix, conjunctiva of the eyes, pharyngeal membrane.
The disease has different symptoms for men and women: in men, chlamydia is characterized by pain when urinating, transparent discharge from the urethra; in women, chlamydia is manifested by transparent vaginal discharge, pain during urination, intermenstrual bleeding, and pulling pain in the lower abdomen. The disease can often be asymptomatic.
Consequences of chlamydia
- erosion of the vagina and cervix;
- adhesions in the fallopian tubes;
- ectopic pregnancy;
- miscarriages, fetal abnormalities, stillbirth;
- urethritis (inflammation of the urethra);
- prostatitis, vesiculitis;
- inflammatory processes of internal organs and the musculoskeletal system.
Useful foods for chlamydia
There is no special diet during the treatment of chlamydia, except for the absolute exclusion of dairy products from the diet. For the general strengthening of immunity, it is recommended to use the principles of separate nutrition, which will ensure the correct absorption of foods, nutrients, vitamins.
- foods that contain calcium (dill, grapes, apricots, gooseberries, blackberries, carrots, strawberries, cucumbers, cherries, oranges, young turnip tops, strawberries, onions, the skins of most vegetables and fruits, dandelion, spinach, bran, bee honey, almonds , fish liver, beef liver, shrimps, crabs, seaweed, lobsters, mackerel, herring, green peas, raw egg yolk, apples, whole wheat grains, cauliflower, radish with tops, beans, lettuce) – maintain the required level calcium in the body;
- lingonberry juice, drupe, blueberry, red beet, cranberry, black currant;
- foods with a high vitamin D content (oatmeal, potatoes, alfalfa, nettle, dandelion greens, horsetail) contribute to the absorption of calcium;
- foods with a high content of vitamin E (soy and olive oil, sunflower oil, walnuts, hazelnuts, soybeans, cashews, beans, buckwheat, beef, banana, tomatoes, pear), increase immunity;
- products with vitamin C (avocado, pineapple, watermelon, baked sweet potato, fresh peas in pods, grapefruit, guayava, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, sauerkraut, corn, lemon, raspberries, mangoes, tangerines, green peppers, peaches, parsley, turnips, beets, celery, plums, mulberry, pumpkin);
- lean fish, meat, cereals.
Folk remedies for chlamydia
- garlic infusion (chopped five cloves of garlic, insist in a glass of water for 15 hours, strain) to use for douching or hygiene of the genitals;
- infusion of herbs: chamomile flowers, birch buds, licorice root, string, yarrow herb (two tablespoons of collection per liter of hot water, infuse for forty minutes, strain) take one hundred grams for four weeks 45 minutes before meals;
- tincture of the herb thigh (130 g of grass per one liter of vodka, leave for ten days) take one and a half tablespoons before meals for two and a half weeks;
- tincture of calendula flowers (pour fifty grams of crushed flowers with half a liter of 70% alcohol, insist in a dark place for two weeks, shaking occasionally, strain, dilute with water 1 to 10) use for douching.
Dangerous and harmful foods for chlamydia
It is very important to exclude from the diet all dairy products (kefir, milk, yoghurts, ice cream, cheese, cottage cheese, butter, products that contain lactic acid bacteria) from the diet during the treatment of chlamydia, as lactic acid bacteria reduce the level of the therapeutic effect of antibiotics.
The administration is not responsible for any attempt to use the information provided, and does not guarantee that it will not harm you personally. The materials cannot be used to prescribe treatment and make a diagnosis. Always consult your specialist doctor!