Folk remedies for endometriosis - effective therapy

December 10, 2012

 Folk remedies for endometriosis
 Endometriosis is a hormonal gynecological diseases and is characterized by the proliferation of cells, similar in structure to the endometrium outside the uterus. The causes of endometriosis are still not well established, but the leading role in the development of the disease play a hormonal disorders Hormonal disorders - oversupply and a lack of equally dangerous  Hormonal disorders - oversupply and a lack of equally dangerous
   and a failure in the immune system of the body. Studies conducted by statisticians found that endometriosis Endometriosis - a serious problem with serious consequences  Endometriosis - a serious problem with serious consequences
   affects about ten percent of the female population, and the disease is most common among women of childbearing age. Medical treatment of endometriosis can be both conservative (hormonal therapy and surgery). And, nevertheless, we should not deny the benefit of the people's funds from endometriosis. Of course, traditional methods do not get rid of the disease, but very effectively complement the medical therapy.

 Folk remedies for endometriosis - effective therapy

Treatment of endometriosis herbs

  • Aristolochia Clematitis

To prepare you need to take a tablespoon of dry celandine Celandine - a means-tested over the centuries  Celandine - a means-tested over the centuries
   and three tablespoons herb kirkazona and pour one liter of boiling water. After the infusion has cooled, it should drain and carry douching Douching - a controversial procedure  Douching - a controversial procedure
   once a day for ten days. In order to prevent the procedure should be repeated once a month.

  • The mixture of herbs №1

Mix bedstraw herb and yarrow (30 grams), and St. John's wort grass Repeshko (20 grams), grass lofanta anise (20 grams). Pour two tablespoons of mixture of half a liter of boiling water and infuse for two hours in a warm. Then strain the infusion, add two tablespoons of honey and drink throughout the day in small sips. The treatment is one month, then you need to take a break for ten days and then repeat.

  • The mixture of herbs №2

Prepare a mixture of herbs from the leaves mother and stepmother, rhizomes calamus, leaves, nettle, horsetail herb, herbs thyme ordinary (one teaspoon of each herb), buckthorn bark brittle and Hypericum perforatum (two teaspoons). The mixture of herbs necessary to grind, eight teaspoons collection pour three cups of boiling water. Infuse for 30 minutes (preferably in a thermos). The prepared infusion strain and take half a cup three times a day.

  • Flowers Viburnum

To prepare the broth you need one tablespoon pour 250 ml boiling water, and then boil for ten minutes on low heat. Take a decoction of three tablespoons three times a day.

  • Barberry Root

Pour two tablespoons of chopped root of barberry half a liter of boiling water and infuse for an hour, then strain and drink in small sips throughout the day.

  • The mixture of herbs №3

Mix one tablespoon of herbs horsetail and sage and pour 500 ml of boiling water. Then, boil on low heat for three minutes, strain and insist in a thermos for one hour. Take a decoction should be three times a day for 30 minutes before a meal. The course of treatment is 30-40 days.

  • The mixture of herbs №4

Mix one tablespoon of herbs knotweed, horsetail, three tablespoons centaury and five tablespoons herb Potentilla goose. One tablespoon of the mixture must be prepared to fill one cup of boiling water and infuse for an hour. Then infusion of strain and take small portions throughout the day. This mixture of herbs is effective in reducing severe pain during menstruation.

 Folk remedies for endometriosis - effective therapy

Treatment of endometriosis clay

For the treatment of endometriosis need blue or gray clay (available at pharmacies). Clay powder must be filled with a small amount of water and leave overnight (10-12 hours). In the morning drain the excess water and stir until creamy clay consistency. Then 750 grams of the resulting mass lay out in the pan and put on a slow fire, after boiling to hold the clay in the fire for three minutes, and then put weight on the polyethylene film. Then (when the clay has cooled slightly) to form a large mass of cake thickness of two to three centimeters and put it on my stomach from the pubis to the navel. Beyond what is necessary to cover the cake warm scarf or a blanket. Clay compress should be kept for at least two hours. After a period of time laid clay remove and wash the stomach with warm water. The course of treatment is five to eight treatments.

Anna Sozinova

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Causes of recurrent miscarriage - health problems

October 4, 2013

  • Causes of recurrent miscarriage - health problems
  • Immune and hormonal disorders

 the causes of recurrent miscarriage
 Habitual miscarriage has several currently known factors. Some are treatable, others - no. The success of the treatment of certain disorders that lead to recurrent miscarriage, depends on the general health of the patient, in particular, on the presence of other diseases it. Furthermore, it should be borne in mind that in some cases, to find out the causes of recurrent miscarriage is not possible even after complex diagnostic procedures.

 Causes of recurrent miscarriage - health problems

Problems with the uterus and cervix

There are a number of violations related to the uterus and cervix, which often become a cause of recurrent miscarriage. Among them:

Congenital anomalies in the structure of the uterus. For example, in the uterus can be a partition, which often leads to miscarriages and other violations in the development of pregnancy; to remove it require surgery.

Uterine fibroids. Fibroids - benign tumors in the muscle tissue of the uterus, which reached a large enough size, can cause recurrent miscarriages.

Cervical incompetence - a disorder in which the cervix is ​​unable to cope with the strong intrauterine pressure and begins to open too early, usually in the middle of pregnancy. Cervical incompetence is not considered to be possible causes of spontaneous abortion during the first trimester.

 Causes of recurrent miscarriage - health problems


Thrombophilia is a condition in which the likelihood of blood clots is increased. The fact that the blood during pregnancy in women becomes thicker, has been known for quite some time, but only recently it has been found that some women this change is more pronounced than others. Thrombophilia may be congenital or acquired. Antiphospholipid antibodies, the most important of which are the lupus anticoagulant and anticardiolipin antibodies, greatly facilitate the formation of blood clots. Women with recurrent pregnancy loss Habitual miscarriage - can and should be treated  Habitual miscarriage - can and should be treated
   assays can be assigned to these antibodies - they are needed to identify such violation as antiphospholipid syndrome Antiphospholipid syndrome - a dangerous autoimmune reactions  Antiphospholipid syndrome - a dangerous autoimmune reactions

If blood clots form in the blood vessels of the placenta, blood flow to the developing fetus are limited and this will result in a miscarriage Miscarriage - can you protect yourself from it?  Miscarriage - can you protect yourself from it?
   in the second trimester of pregnancy, or to low birth weight, and possibly to other problems. In addition, women with thrombophilia have a risk of a significant increase in blood pressure in late pregnancy.

For quite some time it was thought that the more dense than usual, blood in pregnant women can cause miscarriage in the first trimester because of blood clots in the placenta, causing the embryo can not get enough oxygen. Today we know that in the first trimester of the blood does not flow to the fetus through the placenta - the blood vessels at this time has developed, but they are present only as long as the cells of the placenta. In addition, the results of experience with the embryo during in vitro fertilization suggest that oxygen is toxic to the embryo in the early stages of development, so the direct blood flow would be dangerous for them. Currently available scientific evidence suggests that antiphospholipid antibodies Antibodies - "soldiers' immunity  Antibodies - "soldiers' immunity
   in patients with acquired thrombophilia, and special proteins in congenital thrombophilia interfere with the normal development of the placenta. This leads to disruption of embryo development and consequently to miscarriage. If untreated, the patient cases of repeated miscarriages - a condition called recurrent pregnancy loss.

 Causes of recurrent miscarriage - health problems

Chromosomal abnormalities

Chromosomes - the structures that are known to be carriers of hereditary information. This information determines the characteristics of a person such as sex, blood, hair and eye color, and much, much more. Too much or too little leads to an imbalance of chromosomes and disruption of the development of the whole organism. Sometimes miscarriages occur precisely due to the fact that an abnormal number of chromosomes of the fetus. In most cases, none of the parents do not have extra or missing chromosomes - anomalies appear in maturing oocytes, or (more rarely) in spermatozoa. This happens by accident, as a rule, perfectly healthy parents. Usually a woman for such a reason miscarriage occurs only once, and the likelihood that this will happen again during the next pregnancy is very small. However, there is one important exception - a balanced translocation.

A person with a balanced translocation is normal number of chromosomes, and there are no signs of genetic disorders. However chromosome had incorrectly positioned, and this can cause problems when they begin to share - what happens, for example, in the formation of sperm and ova.

If you suspect a balanced translocation is necessary to conduct a survey of both potential parents; as it should be done, and analysis of the product of conception - if possible to collect material for proper analysis after a miscarriage. If the diagnosis is confirmed, doctors may suggest a few options. Firstly, when a balanced translocation there is a 50% chance that the embryo will not be chromosomal abnormalities - the next pregnancy can develop normally, and the completed birth of a healthy baby. That is, the couple may simply try to conceive again, and if the pregnancy, doctors will closely monitor its development to identify potential violations. Since the probability of having a healthy baby is approximately equal to the probability that happen again miscarriage, many couples try again to conceive without medical intervention.

However, there is an alternative - pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). Couples choosing to have PGD, are in the process of in vitro fertilization. Before implanting the embryo mothers, doctors perform its genetic analysis, thus preventing subsequent miscarriage as a result of chromosomal abnormalities.