Treatment with the combined CRV protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined CRV protocol:
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
Mix 2 ml of CDS in 150 ml of warm distilled water, apply with the knob and retain the liquid within 5 minutes.
In a vaginal irrigator mix 6ml of CDS in 500ml of warm water, introduce the fluid into the vagina and keep it for 10 minutes, 2 times a day.
Tips on the combined CRV protocol
Definition of diseases treated with combined CDR protocol
Sexually transmitted disease, an infection is generated in the genitals, rectum or throat, it is detected by urinalysis, although samples can also be taken from the urethra in men and the cervix in women.
It is a bacterial infection (Neisseria gonorrhoeae) that infects the genital tract, anus, mouth, penis, urethra, vagina, eyes, throat.
Gonorrhea is the second sexually transmitted disease, once infected it takes between 2 and 5 days to appear the first symptoms, although in man the symptoms may not appear until the month. There is also the case of infected people who do not present symptoms delaying treatment and spreading the infection.
Symptoms in men:
- Sore throat
- Pain in the testicles
- Prostate problems
- Continuous urge to urinate
- Burning sensation when urinating
- Opening with inflammation of the penis
- Whitish or green secretions in the penis
Symptoms in women:
- Pain when urinating
- Sore throat
- Bleeding without having the ruler
- Sex with pain
- Abnormal vaginal secretions
- Bleeding after sex
Symptoms of gonorrhea in the anus:
- Pain when defecated
- Inflammation in the area
Nowadays gonorrhea is satisfactorily treated with medications, there are some cases in which the strain becomes resistant, it is necessary to monitor if symptoms persist after taking the medication.
Different antibiotics are used depending on the infection.
Untreated gonorrhea can lead to other health problems in women such as pelvic inflammation, scar tissue that clogs the fallopian tubes, a pregnancy outside the uterus, infertility, chronic pelvic pain, ongoing abdominal pain.
Gonorrhea in women is infected with chlamydia and can be treated at the same time.
Untreated gonorrhea in men can affect the ducts of the testicles or infertility.