Difficulty in Conceiving After Fibroid Removal
Am olukoya Adeola and I am 30 and my husband is 35.
I got married 2 years ago, 6 month after I discover through a scan urinary fibroid which was operated 3rd of January 2011. 6 month after, after then I was told 6 month for the operation to heal up but it is a year now after the operation no conception yet.
My concern now is the pain I feel at the abdomen and the lower part of my tummy after ovulation during gestation and heavy cramps when my period is approaching. Answer:
For the natural treatment of uterine fibroids, please read my article: How to Cure Uterine Fibroids Naturally to Increase Fertility
To help you rcurrent situation consider following these simple steps:STEP 1: Castor Oil Therapy
I would recommend doing castor oil packs
. These are very useful to help heal scar tissue, which often forms after surgery. Consider doing castor oil packs regularly every other day from 30 days straight (do not do castor oil pack during your periods or if you might be pregnant).
Do not try to conceive during the first 30 days.
After that apply castor oil packs after your period up until ovulation, if you are trying to conceive.STEP 2: Enzymatic Therapy
Systemic enzyme formula like Wobenzym N
helps remove scar tissue caused by fibrin buildup. It is also beneficial in reducing uterine fibroids, endometriosis and ovarian cysts. Enzymathic therapy reduces inflammation and pain.STEP 3: Homeopathy
Homeopathic remedies like Magnesia phosphorica 6X (tissue salt preparation) taken during acute pain episodes in ½ glass of warm water will help soothe the pain you feel after ovulation and during your menses. This remedy can be taken every hour during acute episodes up to 12 tablets a day. For best results, consult with homeopath or naturopath near you.
Also, make sure to talk to your doctor and ask to have a checkup to make sure everything is fine.
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