Vaginitis and Biological Treatment


Vaginitis and Biological Treatment

Vaginal infection is the most common condition for which women refer to gynecologic clinics. Vaginitis is usually associated with symptoms like increased vaginal discharge, yellow color of discharges, vulvar itching, offensive smell from vulva, external dysuria, or dyspauremia.

Allopathic texts of medicine treat vaginitis almost exclusively as of infectious origin but to the homotoxicological doctor vaginitis is in most cases an external reaction to internal problems and must always be cured considering the whole equilibrium of the patient and only after an accurate clinical evaluation.

The first step is ascertaining by speculum examination whether the discharges emanate from the vagina or the cervix to make a clear diagnosis of vaginitis.

The second step is to make an etiological diagnosis of vaginitis that is easy from a clinical point of view and extremely important for an accurate homotoxicological therapy. As homeopathy and homotoxicology take into account for prescription the symptoms and not the exact diagnosis, they must be searched with much care while culture examination is less important. In fact, for example, if we have a vaginitis with profuse discharge that is typical of Trichomonas vaginitis, we must prescribe the nosode Trichomonaden fluor even if the culture shows candida infection.

It must be clear that in a condition like vaginitis the use of nosodes is fundamental for eradicating the disease and that much attention must be paid to the choice of this remedy.

The therapeutic strategy consists of four levels. For a deep and resolutive treatment, remedies should be accurately chosen on every level.

- First level: Symptomatic local treatment

- Lamioflur

It is the local medicine of choice and it gives relief in most cases. It can be used alone if the vaginitis is a real acute and isolated problem but it should always be associated with other general remedies chosen according to the problems of the patients, particularly when the condition is recurrent or chronic.

Dosage: 8-15 drops 3 times a day

- Second level: General Gynecological treatment

- Hormeel

It is important if vaginitis is due to delayed or disrupted menses.

Dosage: 8-15 drops 3 times a day

- Gynäcoheel

It is important when the inflammation is not limited to the vagina but is extended to uterus and ovaries.

Dosage: 8-15 drops 3 times a day

- Ovarium compositum

It is to be administered when the vaginitis appears in a woman with poor hormonal production due to menopause or to other factors. It is particularly important when there is acne, tendency to obesity, sterility.

Dosage: 1 injection 2 times a week.

- Third level: General Specific treatment

- Hepar compositum

It is to be associated when there is constipation, skin eruptions, and dietetic errors in people who are usually plethoric.

Dosage: 1 injection 1 time a week.

- Solidago compositum

It is to be associated when there are recurrent urinary infections and generally a difficult renal function with scanty urination.

Dosage: 1 injection 1 time a week.

- Galium-Heel

It stimulates the general reactivity and the functions of liver, kidney, and skin. It is particularly indicated when there is evidence of slowing down of the organic reactivity.

Dosage: 1 injection 3 times a week.

- Echinacea compositum forte

It activates general defense mechanisms and is particularly useful in patients that often have infection problems at any level.

Dosage: 1 injection 1 time a week.

- Engystol

It stimulates organic reactivity and is best suited to low reacting people who frequently undergo viral infections, often have poor appetite and tendency to waste. Engystol is best acting in these patients if associated with Coenzyme compositum.

Dosage: 1 injection 3 times a week.

- Fourth level: Nosode Treatment

The homotoxicological classification of vaginitis should be made on the character of the discharges, and is particularly important for the choice of nosode remedies. For each type of vaginitis from my experience I can propose a group of nosodes from which I choose the best with the help of the Homotoxicological repertory, Materia medica and Heel's Vademecum.

We can distinguish:

- Vaginitis with increased white homogenous offensive discharge

Bacterium coli

Bacterium lactis aerogenes

Bacterium proteus

Bacterium pyocyaneus


- Vaginitis with much itching and scanty, cheese-like, adhering discharge

Fluor albus nosode

Nagelmykose nosode



- Vaginitis with itching and profuse, yellow, purulent, homogenous discharge

Trichomonaden fluor nosode


Sanguis menstrualis


Dosage of the nosode preparations:

1 injection 1 time a week.

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By Ivo Bianchi

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