Fungal Infection And
Ovarian Cysts

By Jane Lim | Updated on November 30, 2022 | Posted on May 29, 2015

Early Menopause By Urinary Track Infection And Ovarian Cysts

Early Menopause By Urinary Track Infection And Ovarian Cysts

Original Photo by Manu5 | CC-BY-SA-4.0 | Adapted By Jane Lim on November 30, 2022

Have you ever thought about a reason why the Urinary Track Infection (UTI) is diagnosed simultaneously when ovarian cysts or cancer is diagnosed? UTI is a precursor of ovarian cysts or cancer because cancer is caused by a pathogenic infection that triggers histamine release. Frequent urination is a common symptom of histamine release to flush the urine that contains invasive pathogens. 

Imbalanced hormone is the common symptom of an ovarian infection. What is causing this imbalance or lack of hormone? Parasitic fungi are the most common cause of a hormonal imbalance by yielding acids in the hosts. If the energy cycle declines to one direction to acid instead of two directions of both acid and alkaline, a hormonal imbalance is the result. A low pH level (acids) means that the body lost an ability to donate electrons that are required to enter the energy production cycle.

Fungi cause various problems like nymphomania (accentuated and prolonged heat), gestation problems (development of Ovarian Cysts), abortions, and parturition difficulties. Particularly, fungus “Acremonium coenphalium” can be found in various meadows. This fungus delays and diminishes the milk production.

Silage tends to reinforce the concentration of phyto-estrogens. Mouldy clover, “blemished” alfalfa, the ensilage of maize affected by the fusarium roseum parasite, even ordinary moulds like Aspergillus fumigatus that can be found in ensilages or in over-humid hay are the direct causes of abortion.

Drinking milk from the infected cows can also cause an abortion (lack of hormone to continue conception), which is the result of an ovarian infection. Now, you can associate this result with your question why cancer patients are ordered not to drink unpasteurized milk.

One possible treatment of this infection is donating the electrons lost to the parasitic fungi that destroyed your hormonal production cycle that requires electron transfer. The other possible treatment is supplementing the hormone that was lost to the nutrient auxotrophic parasitic fungi that steal the enzymes that are involved with the production of hormone.

You can use an electronic device to receive electrons to make up for the loss of electrons and shift the metabolic pathway or can take hormones by mouth. If you use both treatments, the effectiveness of treatment is enhanced. The main goal is destroying parasitic fungi that shifted the metabolic pathways through these treatments. This is how you can prevent ovarian cancer in early stage.

Antifungal medicines (azole medicines) have been used to treat ovarian infections that cause bloated tummy, irregular menstrual period, frequent urination, sharp pain in ovaries, ovarian bleeding, constipation, diarrhea, etc. Azole medicines can be used to treat menopause that is a result of a fungal infection in ovaries.

Candida is a common fungus that can cause an ovarian infection. However, Candida is not the only fungus that could cause this infection. The diversity of fungi has been estimated at 1.5 million to 5 million species. 

Why does your doctor tell you that your test result is negative and your infection is always neglected at the stage when your cancer development could have been halted? 

What is the secret of alkaline properties that stop your bleeding and constipation? 

Will you be able to be pregnant if your ovarian infection is treated?

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