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NATURAL REMEDY TO CURE ADENOMYOSIS

What is adenomyosis?

The adenomyosis is a condition that affects up to 20 to 65% of women. This condition is most often experienced by women between the ages of 40 and 50.

Adenomyosis is a condition that occurs when the internal tissue of the uterus (endometrial tissue) grows into the uterine muscle layer. This disease will lead to various problems, such as thickening of the uterine lining , longer menstrual duration, and higher menstrual blood volume than usual.

Adenomyosis can also cause adenomyoma, which is a lump or tumor that grows in the uterus. This condition usually improves gradually and goes away after  menopause  . The reason is that estrogen levels start to drop at this time.

Although not dangerous, adenomyosis will disrupt the victim's lifestyle. Patients may reduce or avoid activities for fear of bleeding or pain.

Indeed, there are many methods of treating this disease (natural and medical)

However,  natural treatment  is by far the best for curing adenomyosis naturally and without side effects.

Here are some natural remedies studied and proposed by our experts, to cure adenomyosis.

  1. African medicinal plant

If you have adenomyosis and want to skip the operation, you've come to the right place. Here is a very effective natural remedy to cure adenomyosis permanently. It is specially designed for patients who do not want to have surgery, who want to  get pregnant  and have a normal pregnancy. This natural herbal treatment for adenomyosis will remove the pain you feel during your period and allow you to have a regular cycle. It outperforms conventional treatments that relieve pain, but don't get to the root of the pain. How it works?
Our herbal tea contains plants that reduce estrogen levelsin the blood. This helps block the proliferation and bleeding of adenomyosis lesions. These herbal remedies are rich in an antioxidant which inhibits the enzymes that lead to pro-inflammatory prostaglandins. These are nutrients in high doses anti-inflammatory. This will definitely put an end to the pain you feel during your period. We know that many of you have had adenomyosis treatment or surgery, but the pain returned years later. No panics ladies! With us, no recurrence, no side effects. You will be permanently cured of adenomyosis.
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  1. Castor oil

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Castor oil is a very effective natural remedy for adenomyosis. Castor oil stimulates the regular detoxification of old blood. Castor oil helps reduce inflammation and pain, while working with the body's natural detox systems to reduce the growth of foreign tissue, scar tissue, and adhesion formation.
How do you use castor oil for adenomyosis? You have 2 possibilities.

  • Place a rag soaked in castor oil on the lower abdomen to improve circulation and promote healing of tissues and organs under the skin. Do this twice a day

Apply some castor oil to your lower abdomen. Place a hot water bottle on your abdomen and leave it there for about 15 to 20 minutes. Do this twice a day.

  1. Ginger

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Ginger is a plant from the Zingiberaceae family. It is from the same family as turmeric. Ginger contains active components such as gingerol which give it anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it a wonderful remedy that relieves the inflammation and pain associated with adenomyosis. How to use it ?

  • Add a teaspoon of minced ginger to a cup of water and heat to a boil in a saucepan.
  • Simmer and strain.
  • Let the tea cool a bit and add honey to it.
  • Drink immediately.

This herbal tea is to be drunk 3 times a day (morning, noon and evening).

  1. Turmeric

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Native to Southeast Asia, turmeric has long been used as a food additive , in therapy as well as in prevention. It is one of the best options for treating adenomyosis due to the presence of curcumin. The anti-inflammatory and healing properties of curcumin may help reduce inflammation in your body caused by adenomyosis. Turmeric can also relieve pain and swelling. How to use it ?

  • Add a teaspoon of turmeric powder to a glass of hot milk and mix well.

Consume this mixture once a day (early in the morning).

  1. The aloe vera

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The aloe vera is a plant with many qualities to take care of your health, whether internal or external use. Aloe vera has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties that can help heal adenomyosis and relieve its symptoms such as pain, swelling, and inflammation. How to use it ?
Consume a glass of fresh aloe vera juice every day (early in the morning).

  1. Apple cider vinegar

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You may not know it, but apple cider vinegar has unsuspected benefits for our health and well-being. Apple cider vinegar is often used for its multiple benefits, including its anti-inflammatory properties. It is an ideal solution for treating adenomyosis and other menstrual problems such as bloating and cramps. How to use it ?

  • Add two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to a glass of lukewarm water and mix well.
  • Drink this mixture 2 times a day.
  • You can also soak a sponge in an apple cider vinegar solution and apply it to your lower abdomen for relief.
  1. Vitamins B and E

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Vitamin B and vitamin E play an important role in the treatment of conditions such as adenomyosis. While Vitamin B Complex is great for relieving painful periods, Vitamin E may provide much needed antioxidants to fight free radical damage.
You can get the required amounts of these vitamins by consuming eggs, milk, cheese, fish, poultry, almonds, spinach, and kale . If you want to take supplements for these vitamins, you can do so after consulting your doctor.

  1. Fertility massage

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Getting a fertility massage is perhaps one of the easiest and most effective ways to improve your uterine health, which is essential if you have adenomyosis. This massage can be done in the comfort and privacy of your own home. It can promote reproductive health, and the menstrual cycle and your fertility.
This type of massage can also help promote healing of adenomyosis, thereby reducing pain and inflammation. It also helps in removing old blood. Fertility Massage can also help maintain the health of the muscles of the uterus, which are heavily affected by adenomyomas. How to use it ?

  • Mix six drops of lavender oil with a teaspoon of coconut oil.
  • Massage the mixture onto your abdomen for about 2 minutes.
  • Leave it on overnight or at least 30 to 40 minutes before rinsing it off.

Do this once or twice a day, especially when you have your period.

  1. Use a heating pad

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The heat from the heating pad can help improve blood flow to your pelvic area. This helps relieve the erection pressure and pain in the uterus. Here's how to do it:

  • Take a heating pad and place it on your lower abdomen.
  • Leave it for 5 minutes.

Repeat three times during the day.

Symptoms of endometriosis

Most women with adenomyosis do not experience any complaints. But if there is, the symptoms of adenomyosis can include:

  • Pain during menstruation. These symptoms can take the form of abdominal cramps during a recent period and get worse over time.
  • No more menstrual bleeding.
  • Appearance of blood clots with menstrual blood.
  • Menstrual duration longer than usual.
  • Pain during intercourse  .
  • Stomach upset to touch.
  • Have bleeding spots without a period.
  • An enlarged uterus 2 to 3 times the normal size.

Causes of adenomyosis

So far, the cause of adenomyosis is unknown. But experts believe the following risk factors may play a role:

  • Cells in the inner lining of the uterus invade the muscle layer of the uterus due to surgery, such as a cesarean section or the surgical removal of  uterine fibroids  .
  • The inner lining of the uterus deposited in the uterine muscle layers since birth
  • Inflammation of the inner lining of the uterus postpartum, which causes cells to move to the weakest muscle layer in the uterus.
  • Middle-aged women, around 40-50 years old.
  • Delivery frequency. Women who have given birth multiple times have a higher risk of adenomyosis compared to women who have never given birth.

Diagnostic

As always, the doctor will begin the exam by asking a series of questions about your symptoms and complaints. After that, the doctor will perform a physical exam, which is an examination of the pelvis.

This check can be done in the following ways:

  • Transvaginal ultrasound

This test aims to assess the anatomical abnormalities of the uterus that you are experiencing. Although it cannot confirm the diagnosis of adenomyosis, a transvaginal ultrasound can help your doctor rule out other possible causes of your complaint.

  • MRI

An MRI can help your doctor confirm whether the condition you are having is adenomyosis or not.

  • Biopsy

If the results of the ultrasound and MRI still cannot confirm the diagnosis of adenomyosis, the last choice is to have surgery to remove some uterine tissue. This procedure is known as a biopsy.

Samples of uterine tissue that have been taken will be examined under a microscope.

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