Endometriosis And FertilAid2018-03-14T19:15:32+00:00

Endometriosis And FertilAid

Endometriosis And FertilAid

Endometriosis is a common cause of female fertility issues, and affects up to 15% of all women of reproductive age. Endometriosis develops when small pieces of tissue from the inner lining of the uterus (called the endometrium) move up through the Fallopian tubes and become implanted in and around the organs located in the abdominal cavity, including the ovaries, Fallopian tubes, rectum and bladder.

In the normal course of a woman’s menstrual cycle, the ovaries secrete hormones that stimulate the cells of the endometrium to multiply and thicken. This prepares the uterus for successful implantation of a fertilized egg if conception occurs. If pregnancy does not occur, this excess tissue is excreted from the body through menstrual bleeding.  Just like the endometrial tissue that remains in the uterus, the “rogue” endometrial cells that have made their way to other organs also respond to the hormones secreted by the ovaries, and swell and thicken. However, unlike the endometrial cells in the uterus, these cells are unable to separate from the tissue to which they have adhered, and are, therefore, never removed from the body. Month after month, the cells swell and thicken, which can cause bleeding, scarring, and the growth of fibrous tissue and cysts. The growth of fibrous tissue can obstruct the ovaries and/or obstruct the Fallopian tubes, resulting in infertility.

Symptoms and Causes of Endometriosis

For some women, all of this occurs without them knowing anything is wrong. But, other women with endometriosis experience a variety of symptoms, including:

  • Extremely painful menstrual cramps
  • Chronic pelvic, abdominal, and/or low back pain
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Premenstrual spotting or bleeding between menstrual periods
  • Painful urination and/or bowel movements during menstrual periods

The exact cause of endometriosis is not yet known, though several theories have been developed. One theory suggests that menstrual blood flows backwards through the Fallopian tubes into the abdominal cavity, carrying with it live endometrial cells, which become implanted in various organs in the abdominal cavity. The lymphatic system (the system responsible for removing excess fluids from the body) may also carry endometrial cells away from the uterus and deposit them in other parts of the body. Because endometriosis has a hormonal component, some experts believe that chronic exposure to xenoestrogens (environmental pollutants that mimic the effects of estrogen) may play a role in the development of endometriosis.  And, it appears that endometriosis runs in families, indicating a genetic component to this condition.

Endometriosis And FertilAid

Treatments for Endometriosis

Endometriosis And FertilAid

Unfortunately, the ideal treatment for endometriosis is also yet to be determined. Pregnancy is one of the best remedies, as it pauses the normal menstrual cycle for an extended period.  And, endometriosis subsides as soon as menopause is reached. Therefore, the medications that are prescribed for this condition are intended to trick the body into thinking it is either pregnant or menopausal.

Whenever appropriate, women with endometriosis are advised to actually become pregnant, which can be challenging due to the infertility issues caused by endometriosis.  While FertilAid for Women is certainly not intended as a means of treating endometriosis, and trying-to-conceive women who suffer from this condition should communicate with their ObGyn to formulate a strategy for becoming pregnant, a number of trying-to-conceive women with endometriosis have reported favorable results with FertilAid.

Women with Endometiosis Share Their Feedback On Fertilaid

4 stars
Jan 26, 2018
Jan2018

Endometriosis

Categories: Endometriosis, Fertilaid For Women Reviews, Fertilaid for Women Success Stories, Fertility Drugs, Irregular Cycles|

A few years back I was rushed into the ER for severe pains. I was diagnosed with endometriosis inside my ovaries and told I will have an extremely difficult time conceiving, if I ever can. My pains would reappear every other month, as one ovary was worse than the other. I was being treated with progesterone pills, birth control, pain meds…told some extremely ridiculous things to do to “deal” with it, but the pains continued with the additional side effects of all the other medications, and almost every 2-3 months I would be back in the ER because of the debilitating pains. I was absolutely miserable and felt like a failure as a woman! My sweet sister told me about this product she found called FertilAid, and she had read the ingredients and the benefits and said that this could be an alternative for me. She was interested in it as she and her husband had been trying to conceive with no success (which they now have the sweetest 5 month old boy, and she got pregnant while taking this and never got to finish the first bottle 🙂 ) Anyways, I figured it wouldn’t hurt to try it, nothing else was working. Well, I have been taking this for about 4-5 months now, no trips to the ER, no horrible side effects, no pain!!! Although my boyfriend and I are not actively trying to get pregnant, we are also not avoiding it, hoping that perhaps this wonderful supplement can help me fulfill my dreams of being a mother! I hope someday I can leave a review with a picture of my beautiful baby someday, but in the meantime I wanted other women to know how helpful this product is for me! I’ve noticed many reviews are from women using this to help treat medical conditions as opposed to pregnancy, and that was the light at the end of my tunnel to stay far away from the ER lol. Whether I get to have children or not someday, I am still extremely appreciative for what this supplement has done for me, and believe me when I say I am spreading the good word to any female friend or relative I hear is having issues with their girly bits 😂

*By Sandy

3 stars
Nov 10, 2017
Nov2017

Praying it helps.

Categories: Endometriosis, Fertilaid For Women Reviews, Fertilaid for Women Success Stories|

I have endometriosis and since I was 15 years old my flows have been extremely irregular. I bleed for 2-3 weeks. I’m only on my second bottle so I don’t know when I’ll see any type of improvement with my period at least. I know it doesn’t cure endo but I just want to be able to have extra days to TTC. Really praying this helps me.

*By Brianna

4 stars
Jul 4, 2017
Jul2017

TTC with Endo PCOS and MFI

Categories: Endometriosis, Fertilaid For Women Reviews, Fertilaid for Women Success Stories, PCOS, TTC for Extended Period of Time|

I have been taking Fertil aid and fertilCM and ovaboost for Nearly 2 months and my husband is taking fertilaid for men. I have always suffered with severe ovulation pain (I think this is due to having endometriosis and PCOS.) for the first time ever I have not had ovulation pain in both months since taking these tablets i know that this can’t be a coincidence! No pregnancy yet but I really hope that it happens !!

*By Sophie

3 stars
Apr 24, 2017
Apr2017

Helpful for irregular cycles

Categories: Endometriosis, Fertilaid For Women Reviews, Fertilaid for Women Success Stories, Irregular Cycles, PCOS|

I took FertilAid and Ovaboost for 4 months, my first 3 cycles were amazingly regular. I’ve had PCOS and endometriosis before, sometimes I don’t ovulate on my own, I tracked my Fertilaid cycles and my charts were beautiful, but no pregnancy yet. No side effects, the only thing I didn’t like was how many pills I’m supposed to take, and they’re big, like hard to swallow with little water.

On the 4th cycle however things changed. I have no idea why my ovulation was delayed, my body kept trying to ovulate and nothing! I thought maybe it as due to stress but I decided to stop taking the pills just in case. My period came like 2 weeks later than my previous cycles, I’m letting this new cycle pass without taking Fertilaid to see what happens and I’ll update this review.

*By Melissa

5 stars
Apr 23, 2017
Apr2017

It’s works

Categories: Endometriosis, Fertilaid For Women Reviews, Fertilaid for Women Success Stories|

Hello I have been using this product for 6 years I have edmitrosis had helped me a lot with hormones!! And I have had 3 pregnancies already with this medicine and I keep going for it cuz it helps me regulate my hormones it makes me feel better because sometimes I feel that I’m going through a little bit of menopause but it does help with the hormones make feel good

*By Mirna

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