Hi, My name is Chelle and I am 21. I recently just order the little bundle for couple’s Fertilaid products for me and my husband. Two days before the products arrived I went to the doctor and learned my cervix is a little out of place. I am just wondering should me and my husband go ahead and start the pills?
Yes! There is absolutely no contraindication. Displacement of the entire cervix lateral to the midline of the vagina may be related in some cases to the presence of endometriosis on the uterosacral ligament. If the displacement is minimal there is no problem with you getting pregnant. Of course also ask your doctor for advice on your specific situation.FertileAid supplements
present in the little bundle help maintain hormonal balance which is very important in preventing estrogen dominance, which is known to stimulate endometrial growth. The fertility vitamins contained in this bundle support your reproductive organs.
I would recommend doing self-fertility massage in conjunction with taking the fertility supplements.Self-fertility massage
and castor oil therapy
helps decrease endometriosis and stimulate blood circulation to the cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
The only reason why you should not take natural supplements is if your doctor has put your on fertility drugs.
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