A toilet infection is also called Vaginal candidiasis; is a urinary tract infection (UTI), is an infection that occurs in the urinary system. The urinary system includes the kidneys, bladder, and urethra. It is more common in women than in men. It’s symptoms are frequent urination, urgent need to urinate, pain or burning when urinating, cloudy or bloody urine, and pelvic pain. If you suspect you have a UTI, it is important to see a doctor so that they can prescribe an antibiotic to clear the infection. If UTI is left untreated, it can leads to kidney infections.
Home Remedy For Toilet Infections
- Ensure to drink enough water in other to help flush out the bacteria that is causing the infection.
- By drinking unsweetened cranberry juice, which has been shown to help prevent bacteria from sticking to the bladder wall.
- By taking a warm bath with Epsom salt. This can help soothe the irritation and burning that often comes with a UTI.
- By Practicing good personal hygiene. Such as wiping from front to back after using the toilet, wearing cotton underwear, and avoiding tight-fitting clothes.
- By avoiding using douches, scented soaps, and perfumes in the genital area because, it can irritate the delicate skin and increase the risk of infection.
- By adding Apple cider vinegar to your bathing water: Mix half a cup of apple cider vinegar to a warm bathtub and soaking for 20 minutes can help kill harmful bacteria and fungi, including yeast, due to the acidity of the vinegar.
- By applying coconut oil: Pure, organic coconut oil can be applied directly to the affected area.
- Garlic: garlic is effective against fungus and Candida but avoid inserting garlic into your Vagina because it can cause burning.
- Hydrogen peroxide: Hydrogen peroxide is an antiseptic. It may not work against every species of yeast. Adding hydrogen peroxide to a bath or diluting it in water can help with yeast growing on the genitals.
- Vitamin C: Vitamin C boosts the immune system. A strong immune system can reduce the recurrence of an infection.