Be Aware of New Sexually Transmitted Infection: All The Symptoms Can Be Hidden

Mycoplasma Genitalium is a very tricky autoimmune disease, transferred through sexual contact. And since the symptoms can be hidden, many people don't know they have it.

Be Aware of New Sexually Transmitted Infection: All The Symptoms Can Be Hidden

This disease is rare, but severe disease, and even though some symptoms can be hidden, others are visible and they can be vaginal bleeding, discharge from the penis, pain in testicles and also pain around the genital region.

This condition affects more women than men since it is manifested by infertility, painful sex, vaginal bleeding and ectopic pregnancy, while with men, this condition is milder.

Mycoplasma is caused by microorganisms that have properties of bacteria and it happens in the urethra and reproductive system, and the problem is that it is not sufficiently explored.

The study, published in 2007, 4.2 percent of adolescents in America were infected with chlamydia, 2.3 percent with Trichomonas, 1 percent with Mycoplasma, and about 0.4 percent with gonorrhea.

Almost the same report was published in the UK, showing that young people are endangered, but also older ones. The only way to protect yourself is by practicing safe sex with a use of a condom.

Natural Remedies for Mycoplasma Infection


  • For men – 1/4 teaspoon of borax in one liter of water consumed throughout the day. This is to be done 4 days a week with three days off.
  • For women – 1/8 teaspoon of borax in one liter of water consumed throughout the day. This is to be done 4 days a week with three days off.

Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Therapy

Popularized by the beloved, late Bill Munroe, hydrogen peroxide inhalation therapy is and easy and inexpensive way to fight bacteria in the lungs.

Colloidal Silver

Colloidal Silver is easy to take and inexpensive to make yourself if you invest in a colloidal silver generator. For adults fighting infections, 2 Tablespoons can be taken 3 times a day on an empty stomach.

Vitamin Supplements for Mycoplasma Infection

Vitamin C

A body that has been dealing with a bacterial infection is in need of extra vitamins. Vitamin C is very important to help the immune system.

When taking vitamin c in chronic disease you will want to continue to increase the dose you take until you reach “bowel tolerance.”

Once the amount of vitamin C you are taking begins to give you loose stools or digestive discomfort, cut back the dose a bit. It is not uncommon for people with chronic disease to be able to “tolerate” large amounts of C – in the form of many grams a day.

Even 20 grams a day may be tolerated by a sick body because the body requires so much more when it is sick.


A critical supplement for those with a mycoplasma infection is serrapeptase. Serrapeptase dissolves non-living tissue and has few reported side effects. Serrapeptase should be taken on an empty stomach according to manufacturer’s directions.

Bee Pollen

Bee pollen is dense with nutrients, including amino acids, it increase immunity and help digestion.

Herbs for Mycoplasma Infection


Mullein is a gentle but powerful herb. It is an anti-bacterial herb and suitable for treating mycoplama. It is especially useful if the mycoplasma infection is in the lungs.

Mullein can be taken as a tincture or as a tea. It is easy to take as a tea, sweetened with a little honey. Peppermint can be added to improve the flavor.

Uva Ursi

For mycoplasma infections that affect the urinary system, this is a wonderful anti-bacterial herb. It is most commonly taken as a tincture.

Green Tea

Green Tea has anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial properties. It is another way to boost the health of someone fighting mycoplasma. Green tea can be taken liberally. It does have caffeine and may be best enjoyed earlier in the day.


Cryptolepis tincture can be taken for its anti-bacterial properties. Herbalist Stephen Buhner recommends a teaspoon of the tincture thrice daily. He has popularized this herb in it use for treating Lyme disease and its co-infections, like mycoplasma.

Dietary and Lifestyle Changes for Mycoplasma

It is important to provide the body with plenty of nutrients and avoid empty calories that depress the immune system. Sugar and processed flour products should be avoided except for special occasions.

Fresh fruits and vegetables should be consumed liberally. Juicing fresh vegetables, especially carrot, provides concentrated forms of nutrients.

Have extra virgin coconut oil daily! Coconut oil has amazing anti-bacterial properties. Adults can enjoy up to 3 Tablespoons daily.

Milk kefir can be bought or made. It is a delicious powerhouse of health and a wonderful addition to the diet for someone fighting a difficult disease. It is higher in probiotics than yogurt. It has been known to help heal those with autoimmune conditions.

Try to get one or two 5-10 minute walks in the sunshine each day. The sunshine and exercise are both excellent for healing.

Take healing baths. Baths are relaxing, which is in and of itself healing. Adding a cup of epsom salt or baking soda multiplies the healing properties of a bath by detoxifying the body. 1/2 cup of borax can be added instead.


Whenever you begin new remedies, it is always best to start slowly. If you add many remedies at once, you may experience an increase in symptoms or a serious detox reaction.

If you want to try several of the above remedies, choose one to start with and wait a few days before adding another.

With herbs and vitamins, start with the lowest dose and increase the amount you take slowly over time. This will help you to evaluate the effect of each remedy on you in your particular situation.

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