Application of STREPTOkill in the vaginal area
Dilute Streptokill in a 1:3 ratio (alternatively, 1:6) and gently spread around the area of the vagina. You may also soak a tampon in the diluted Streptokill and insert it into the vagina. Procedure for diluting Streptokill in a ratio of 1 to 3: First inject 1 part of Streptokill into a small glass (20 sprays = approx. 2 ml), then add 3 parts of water (coffee spoon = approx. 6 ml).
Alternatively, it is possible to apply Streptokill to the sitting bath, when we add Streptokill to the water in a ratio of at least 1: 200, ie. 5 ml of Streptokill (approx. 50 sprays from the oral applicator) per liter of water.
Vaginal infections are a common problem experienced by many women. Very often it causes a change in the vaginal flora, a decrease of lactic bacteria, which protects the vagina from attacks by pathogenic microorganisms. They are caused by several different factors and are often accompanied by similar symptoms, which are often mistaken by women for a very common yeast infection.
Vaginal infections are often accompanied by itching, discharge, redness of the vagina and the area around it, sensitivity, swelling and pain during sexual intercourse.
However, not all women experience identical symptoms, so it is a good idea to see a specialist if in doubt, for a correct diagnosis.
The most common types of vaginal infection are: yeast infection, bacterial infection, viral infection, or protozoan infection (trichomoniasis).
How it is treated
It is possible to buy several products for the treatment of yeast infections. They are made in the form of gels, creams, pills or suppositories. It is important to have the correct diagnosis before starting any treatment. Many women often wrongly diagnose themselves and conseuently begin taking the wrong medicines. It is important to prevent such mistakes. In some cases, it is necessary to treat the woman's sexual partner as well, in cases when the infection keeps returning. For bacterial infections, Antibiotics (tablets or creams) are usually prescribed. Treatment by antibiotics must be taken in its entirety in order to prevent a return of the infection. Vaginal inflammation can be also treated by home remedies. These include wrapping a clove of garlic in cotton and securing it with dental floss to create a tampon, or soaking a tampon in natural yoghurt or tea tree oil.
Prevention is, as always, a very important factor. It is necessary to pay attention to high personal hygiene. Use of lactobacillus products to maintain a healthy microflora, proper, balanced diet and healthy sexual behavior.