Fertilization takes place in the fallopian tubes. This is where the sperm and the egg meet. Afterward, the zygote (already fertilized) moves to the uterus, where it grows into a fetus. Therefore, when the fallopian tubes are blocked, it becomes impossible to naturally get pregnant until one or both are unblocked.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common hormonal endocrine disorders among women of reproductive age. PCOS is estimated to affect approximately 10% of women in their childbearing age.
Blocked fallopian tubes and PCOS are responsible for about 70% of infertility issues in women, and women who have difficulty in ovulating and experiencing a lack of menstruation and irregular periods.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and blocked fallopian tubes can beThis herb package contains six ounces of herbs formulated for ladies with fertility problems and focusing mainly on block fallopian tubes and women experiencing a lack of menstruation and irregular periods.. Keep in mind that there are many reasons that one may have problems conceiving a child or have menstrual irregularity and with that in mind you are strongly recommended to see your doctor first and have the necessary scan and test done before starting any herbal uses.
Dodder, Love Bush (Cuscuta) | Dog blood Bush (Rivina humilis) | Mary Goules – Wedelia Trilobata | Nettle (Urtica dioica) caused by the following:
- Scarring caused by pelvic inflammatory disease, abdominal surgery, or ectopic pregnancies.
- The buildup of tissue in tubes caused by endometriosis.
- Fibroid growth obstructing the fallopian tube.
- Sexually transmitted diseases and infections such as gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Women who are trying to get pregnant and have blocked fallopian tubes go through a lot of struggles. Most natural remedies aim to reduce inflammation in the fallopian tubes. The organic fertility herbal blend in this article would greatly help in achieving that.
Natural Remedies to help with Blocked Fallopian Tubes and PCOS
Just like any major lifestyle and diet change, the use of natural remedies can take a few months before bringing about desirable change in women suffering from blocked fallopian tubes. It is important to persist and not give up when changes don’t come quickly enough. The following herbs have been proven to be beneficial to fertility.
Dodder, Love Bush (Cuscuta)
Dodder is a leafless yellow plant that is native to some parts of China and East Asia. A fascinating property of this plant is that it lacks roots or leaves and has no chlorophyll. The dodder is rich in flavonoids – plant pigments that are similar to the effects of estrogen in the female body. This plant helps in improving fertility by enhancing the steroid sex hormones in women secreted by the ovary. In addition, it protects the sperm and helps men in the production of testosterone. It also enhances the androgen – the sex hormone responsible for the development of male sexual characteristics in men.
Dog blood bush (Rivina humilis)
Rivina humilis is a flowering plant native to the Caribbean, South and Central America. It is also referred to as coralberry, bloodberry, inkberry, baby pepper, and so on. It thrives mainly in shady places and is usually found in gardens, forests, and thickets. It is used in the treatment of infertility in women. Decoction (extracting water-soluble substances by boiling) of the Rivina Humilis releases chemicals that help clear the occlusion of the fallopian tubes. When used, these chemicals enhance the easy fertilization of the eggs (ovum). The Dog blood bush has anti-inflammatory properties. Since inflammation in the fallopian tubes is one of the major causes of infertility, this herb helps in cleaning the tubes. In addition, it can be used to treat other womb-related conditions such as irregular periods, fibroid, cysts, and painful period cramps.
Mary Goules – Wedelia trilobata
Mary Goules is an herbal plant also referred to as Singapore Daisy or Creeping-oxeye. It is native to Mexico, the Central region of America, and the Caribbean. It is widely used in treating a wide range of inflammation, infections, and digestion problems. Wedelolactone, the active ingredient found in this herb has an active antibacterial effect against infection-causing bacteria. It possesses some anti-hepatotoxic effects that protect the body from certain compounds that could damage the liver and cause obstruction of the fallopian tubes. In ancient ages, Mary Goules has been used in clearing the placenta in infants. It is rich in ions such as Iron, Copper, and Nickel which are good for fertility, growth, and overall body development.
Nettle (Urtica dioica)
Nettle helps to promote fertility and it is beneficial for women throughout the period of pregnancy. The Urtica dioica contains vitamins C, A, K, and D. It is very good for the growth of the fetus as it helps in boosting the levels of potassium, sulfur, calcium, and iron in women. An additional benefit of the Nettle is its detoxification properties. When planning to get pregnant, detox is very important. Excess acid in the body can limit the chances of fertilization. Equally, nettle leaf is rich in chlorophyll – an active substance used in making superfoods such as spirulina that helps when trying to get pregnant. Nettle is helpful during pregnancy as it is a rich source of folate – a B vitamin essential for a healthy pregnancy and growth.
The herbal blends in this article are good for women with fertility issues, and other related conditions such as blocked fallopian tubes, lack of menstruation, irregular periods, and PCOS. In addition, these herbs are bound to improve the dose of antioxidants in your diet which could also improve your fertility and general reproductive health indirectly.
NOTE: We highly recommend that before using any herbal medications you should consult your health care provider or medical doctor for professional advice.
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