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The “Empty City Theory” Of Huimeiren
- May 21, 2018 -

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Healthy State: More than 90% of beneficial bacteria in vagina. PH3.5-4.5

The gold standard for vaginal health.

 

Vaginitis State: Less than 50% of beneficial bacteria in vagina. PH5.5-6.5

When the body's immunity weakens, the amount of beneficial bacteria decreases to less than 50%. Bacteria, fungi, viruses and other harmful bacteria invade from the vaginal opening. Vaginal inflammation comes, and a healthy vagina becomes vaginitis.

 

Empty City State: 0% beneficial bacteria , 0% harmful bacteria in vagina.PH 7

Traditional gynecology uses antibiotics to kill both beneficial and harmful bacteria together during this treatment of vaginal inflammation. A vaginal canal without beneficial bacteria becomes an “empty city with no protective barrier.”

 

Upward infection: Full of harmful bacteria, fungi, bacteria, virus or other pathogens.

Through the “open door”harmful bacteria invade the vagina, the uterus, and the ovaries, causing a more severe inflammation and an upward infection in the reproductive system.

 

The traditional gynecological treatment of “sterilization and anti-inflammation”  kills both beneficial and harmful bacteria and turn the female genital tract into an "empty city" with no beneficial bacteria to protect it. What's more, vaginal orifices become particularly common near the urethra and anus, leading to an influx of pathogenic bacteria after sterilization into the vagina, uterus and ovary, leading to Wanton disorder and causing vaginitis, cervicitis, cervical erosion, endometritis, annex, pelvic inflammation, cervical cancer, breast cancer and other gynecological ecological diseases! 

 

The treatment of vaginitis with antibiotics can increase the risk of vaginal candida infections. In vitro studies have shown that lactobacilli can inhibit the growth of Candida albicans (yeast infection) and bacterial vaginosis (BV)


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