For Mycoplasma and Chlamydia Positive, Is "Flora Balance" a Scientific Argument?

Author: John
Time: 2011/6/13 17:15:27

Patients who suffer from mycoplasma and chlamydia infection usually show no symptom. Western medicine explains it as "Flora Balance". Is it a scientific argument?

Is "Flora Balance" a scientific argument for mycoplasma and Chlamydia positive? Generally speaking, identified mycoplasma positive and Chlamydia positive probably accompany with light or no symptom at all.

Under this circumstance, western medicine usually identifies this phenomenon as "Flora Balance". If treating by antibiotics or other means, they believe the mycoplasma and Chlamydia would be eliminated, the "balance" would be broken. But the mycoplasma positive and Chlamydia positive still exist, which results in pathological changes and triggers the disease.

Is this "Flora Balance" argument really scientific, which can explain no symptom in mycoplasma positive and Chlamydia positive? Traditional Chinese medicine considers it is western medicine’s evasive explanation because they have nothing to do with the disease at all. Patients are easily confused by this statement since no symptom shows in positive mycoplasma and Chlamydia.

"Flora Balance" could be a phenomenon, but should not be an excuse for treating-it-not. If ignoring the mycoplasma and Chlamydia positive, the consequence would be bad. Patients do not know the way to keep the "balance" all along, actually, nobody knows the way until the "balance" is broken, and the symptoms appear.
Moreover, mycoplasma and Chlamydia probably infect the whole male or female urogenital system. If patients ignore the positive status because there is no symptom, mycoplasma and Chlamydia could invade into every tissue and organ till systems appear. By then, patients have to suffer from the pains and overcome with regret.

Therefore, even if the western medicine's "Flora Balance" argument makes sense, mycoplasma and Chlamydia positive undoubtedly need treatment. And the Chinese medicine should be the only remedy.

Key words: mycoplasma; chlamydia; mycoplasma treatment; chlamydia treatment