Staphylococcus Infection and Fertility
(Port Harcorut, Rivers, Nigeria)
I am 40 and my husband 42. I had a stillbirth 5 years ago and has struggled since to get pregnant.I was diagnosed with staphylococcus infection over the years which seem to have overwhelmed the whole system. No libido, no ovulation, irregular and scanty menses. My Gynecologist started giving me IVF Injection second day of my menses to produce healthy eggs and ovulate. I just diagnosed again and the infection is still lingering in the system. My estrogen level is very low. Please how can I get rid of this infection, cleanse the system and get pregnant. Does the IVF chemically induced treatment not have side effects in the long run? Would I be possibly pregnant?
If you have recurrent staphylococcus infection you need to boost your immune system naturally. If you have been given antibiotics your need to continue supporting your immune system and helps replenish your natural intestinal flora by taking acidophilus. Eat lots of yogurt with live bacteria.
The following home remedies may be able to support your body in clearing the infection, but make sure to also follow the advice of your doctor:
The following herbal remedies may be able to help. For best results consult with a herbalist near you.Immune System Tonic:
1 teaspoon of Sarsaparilla root (detoxify the blood)
1 teaspoon of Astragalus root (support the immune system)
1 teaspoon of Denelion root (cleanse the liver)
1 teaspoon of Ginger Root (liver support)
2 teaspoons of Vitex (for fertility)
Add water to the herbs and simmer for 10 minutes. Let the herbs steep for 15 minutes, strain and drink twice a day. You can keep these herbs in the fridge for up to 3 days.Tampon Soak:
Put the following herbs in one cup of water and bring to boil:
1 teaspoon of calendula flowers
1/2 teaspoon of Oregon grape root powder
1 teaspoon of plantain leaf
Cover the pot and steep for 30 minutes, then strain. Add 5 drops of tea tree oil and mix really well. Use a 100% organic tampon and soak it into the liquid. Insert the tampon overnight remove in the morning. Repeat for one month. Do not do the tampon soak during menses.
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