ADENOMYOSIS: IS IT RELATED TO INFERTILITY? SEE ALSO IT'S NATURAL TREATMENT

stephany By On 03/03/2020 at 12:10

In Female Infertility

You have been diagnosed with adenomyosis and now you are worried that it might affect your fertility. Indeed, your intuition is correct, this disease can pose a great problem to women in their child-bearing age and causes infertility. Stay tuned and discover how to boost your fertility with this pathology.
Adenomyosis is a condition where the cells which normally form a lining on the inside of your uterus also grow in its muscle wall. This disease is only seen in women in their reproductive years because its growth requires a hormone called oestrogen. 

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Our herbal tea contains plants that reduce the estrogen level in the blood. This helps block the proliferation and bleeding of adenomyosis lesions. These herbal medicines are rich in antioxidants that inhibit the enzymes that lead to pro-inflammatory prostaglandins. These are nutrients with a high anti-inflammatory dose. This will definitively end the pain you experience during your period. We know that many of you have had adenomyosis treated or operated on, but the pain returned years later. Don't panic! With us, no recurrence, no side effects. You are going to cure adenomyosis permanently. This natural herbal tea also facilitates cell multiplications relating to fertility, growth, scarring, immunity; to the synthesis and secretion of many hormones. 
 

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ADENOMYOSIS AND INFERTILITY

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After menopause, when our estrogen levels plummet, adenomyosis decreases. Unfortunately women with this condition may find it more challenging to conceive, and when you do conceive, it's believed that women with adenomyosis may have an increased risk of having twins or multiples but there is no truth to this claim.

There's is a couple of reasons why researchers associate adenomyosis with difficulty conceiving. Firstly, it can impact the ability of your uterine muscles to contract appropriately. Secondly, endometrial cells that have jimmed their way inside the muscle may release chemicals that can make it harder to conceive. And thirdly, the adenomyosis can make it more difficult for the embryo to implant. So even if you try to go down the IVF route, it can still be a little more tricky  to conceive than than usual. 

However, In the event that adenomyosis is at an early stage, you can become pregnant. Problems begin to arise at the stage when the uterine cavity is significantly changed and deformed, it becomes very difficult to achieve pregnancy, because the probability of successful implantation of the embryo and its further development in the uterus is extremely small. In some cases, in severe forms of adenomyosis, the doctor may recommend a surrogacy procedure , when the embryo obtained as a result of IVF (in vitro fertilization) is transplanted into the uterine cavity of the surrogate mother, who carries it and passes the baby to biological parents after birth. But, of course, timely diagnosis and adequate treatment usually make it possible to restore natural fertility.  

SOME TIPS TO HELP WITH ADENOMYOSIS

  • Ensure to reduce oxidative stress by having diet rich in anti-oxidant.
  • Focus on reducing inflammation by including good omega 3 fats in your diet. 
  • Avoid foods that increases inflammation like sugar and alcohol.
  • If you have high levels of estrogen levels, eat foods containing isoflavone

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