Vaginal Insufflation

Vaginal insufflations are used for problems of the female reproductive area. It is also used when other method are contraindicated, as it is a valid method of introducing ozone for the whole body. This method is not at all intrusive, the practitioner does not need to stay in the room while the insufflations takes place, and the patient does not experience discomfort of any kind. This method is used to help female problems of all kinds - from endometriosis to thrush.

Vaginal insufflations requires no preparation, and can be administered for long periods of time. The gas will usually find its way into the uterus, out the Fallopian tubes, and then into the abdominal cavity. The ozone will enter the lymph system, as well as the blood stream. Liver problems and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) can be addressed in this way.

Vaginal insufflations are used for any vaginal, uterine, ovarian or lower abdominal problem, including pelvic inflammatory diseases, fibroids, etc.