SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES

* SYPHILIS


Syphilis has unique importance among the venereal disease, because early lesions are healed without specific therapy. However serious systemic failures follow. The bacterium Treponema Pallidum which is responsible for the disease penetrates the mucous membranes and diffuses into the blood. Incubation disease’s time is 3-90 days. Secondary syphilis occurs 6-8 weeks after the initial bacterium contact which an ulcer has created. Warts are formed at the point of microbe penetration. Patient feels indisposition, with poor appetite, weight loss, joint pain, sore throat and general gland swelling. Other organs inflammation can also be involved such as nephritis, gastritis or hepatitis. After this period, patients remain asymptomatic. Syphilis reappears 1 to 10 years after sexual intercourse in 15% of patients. Ulcerative skin tumors arise, which are treatment resistant and complicate the bones, liver, cardiovascular and central nervous system. Progressively in the first decade appears heart syphilis in 10% of patients. Ascending aorta decalcification, aortic regurgitation and possibly aneurysm are created. In 8% of cases central nervous system damage caused such as cerebrospinal fluid fever and inflammation. Disease’s treatment is accomplished by antibiotics, though not able to prevent systemic failures.

For homeopathy, patient looks very interesting because he shows psychic symptoms such as dirty loathing, fear of water, drooling, feeling that everything collapsed, desire for alcohol, feeling that he is crazy, sexual perversions. When the homeopathic doctor recognize these symptoms can prescribe the correct remedy which will heal, not allowing the disease to evolve in other systemic body organs. In short, cease disease progression, if anatomical lesions do not develop. If the disease occurs at an early stage, full recovery may come.


* GONORRHEA


Neisseria Gonorrhea is the microbe responsible for this sexually transmitted disease. Gonorrhea reinfection is not rare, and it is not unusual for a sexually active person to have more than 20 separate infections. Groups at risk include cities residents located in low socioeconomic status, single people who does not taking precautions during sex. About 50% of women who will have sex with a gonorrhea urethritis man will develop the disease’s symptoms. The risk for men is 20% after a single contact with an infected woman. Both oral and anal contact with infected genitals can also transmit the infection. The asymptomatic infection in men is an important factor in disease transmission. About 40% of male contacts with symptomatic women are asymptomatic urethritis. But if they do not get treatment, half of them develop symptoms of the disease within 7 days. The others remain asymptomatic, serum- positive, but able to transmit the infection for a period over 6 months. Men who develop symptomatic urethritis symptoms, have annoying symptoms of automatic pus discharge with severe urinating difficulties developed 2-7 days post sex. Vaginitis in women is the most common manifestation of the disease with abundant yellow secretion. About 20% of women with gonorrheal vaginitis develop pelvic inflammatory disease, starting from the beginning until the end of next menses. This disease appears as endometriosis (unstable period, abdominal pain) salpingitis (bilateral, abdominal pain) or pelvic peritonitis. The salpingitis can cause fallopian tube blockage and sterilization. Women can also develop urethritis with urination difficulty. Oral and rectal gonorrhea occurs in gay men and heterosexual women using anal intercourse. Anal pain, tenesmus (ineffective urination attempt) purulent secretions and bleeding appear in men. Women are asymptomatic. Gonorrheal spread infection takes the form of arthritis-dermatitis syndrome. Arthritis complicates wrists, fingers, knees and ankles. Dermatitis includes necrotic hemorrhagic lesions. The gonorrhea conventional treatment of are antibiotics. But the germ appears to be resistant even to the latest generations of antibiotics.

Gonorrhea for homeopathy is a serious disease not only for complications but for the fact that the disease inherited, and the descendants are born with predisposition, but of course they manifests the disease’s symptoms differently. Symptoms such as: sea amelioration, night amelioration, feeling that someone is following behind, is a typical case of someone who has inherited gonorrhea from his father, which is not manifested as gonorrhea, but has an inability to be cured. This is called in homeopathy <miasma>. It is about specific pathology information that affects the body permanently and passes from one generation to another. Gonorrhea inherited patient must take more than one remedy sequentially to be healed. Patient usually develops not only physical but mental pathology as well. It is about hypersexual people who manifest their energy by parallel relationships, or perverse behavior. But if this man get treated by homeopathy remedy, will reduce the need for frequent sexual contacts and will also improve his physical symptoms (in this case sexual desire will be reduced because of hormonal balance brought by homeopathy) Of course the physical and mental symptoms can be improved if anatomical lesions are not created. The sooner you take homeopathy remedy after the gonorrheal contact, the more likely it is for you to fully recover without creating complications.