Endometritis Natural Treatment In Nigeria

HOW TO GET RID OF ENDOMETRITIS NATURALLY WITHOUT SURGERY

If Endometriosis Is Making Your Life A Misery, Here Is A Natural Remedy To Get Rid Of It Naturally Without Surgery And With No Negative Side Effects…

Below are real life testimonies with scan result before and after taking our treatment:

CASE 1:

Endometritis, 4 Fibroids and PID all cleared in 2 months of treatment.

Fib, endometriosis and PID cleared

Case C2:

ENDOMETRITIS, 2 FIBROIDS  AND PID CLEARED AFTER 2 MONTHS TREATMENT.

Fibroid & Endometritis Cleared in 2 months April

Case C3:

Her Endometritis cleared in 1 month of our treatment.

Below are her scan reports before treatment and after treatment.

 

Case C4:

ENDOMETRITIS CLEARED AFTER 1 MONTH TREATMENT.

Below are her scan reports before treatment and after treatment.

OVER 128 TESTIMONIES, CLICK BELOW TO SEE

The following are the basic information you need to know about Endometriosis:

Endometriosis is a common gynecological condition affecting women of childbearing age. While some women do not have any symptoms, others experience ongoing pain. It is also a factor in infertility – 30 to 40 percent of women with the condition have difficulty conceiving a child.

 

What is Endometriosis?

The name comes from the word “endometrium,” which is the tissue that lines the uterus. During a woman’s regular menstrual cycle, this tissue builds up and is shed if she does not become pregnant.

Women with endometriosis develop tissue that looks and acts like endometrial tissue. But it is located outside the uterus, usually on other reproductive organs inside the pelvis or in the abdominal cavity. Each month, this misplaced tissue responds to the hormonal changes of the menstrual cycle by building up and breaking down just as the endometrium does, resulting in small amounts of internal bleeding.

Unlike menstrual fluid from the uterus which is shed by the body, blood from the misplaced tissue has nowhere to go, resulting in the tissues surrounding the endometriosis becoming inflamed or swollen. This process can produce scar tissue around the area which may develop into lesions or growths.

In some cases, particularly when an ovary is involved, the blood can become embedded in the tissue where it is located, forming blood blisters that may become surrounded by a fibrous cyst.

 

 What are the different stages of endometriosis:

The stages are classified by level of severity and are listed as the following:
Stage I: minimal
Stage II: mild
Stage III: moderate
Stage IV: severe
The stage of endometriosis is based on the location, amount, depth, and size of the endometrial implants.

Specific criteria include:
1- The extent of the spread of the implants
2- The involvement of pelvic structures in the disease
3- The extent of pelvic adhesions
4- The blockage of the fallopian tubes

The stage of the endometriosis does not necessarily reflect the level of pain experienced, risk of infertility, or symptoms present. For example, it is possible for a woman in Stage I to be in tremendous pain, while a woman in Stage IV may be asymptomatic.

In addition, women with impaired fertility who receive treatment during the first two stages of the disease have the greatest chance of regaining their ability to become pregnant following treatment.

 

Where is endometriosis often found?

Endometriosis can be found throughout the pelvis, including:

1- Ovaries
2- The fallopian tubes
3- Ligaments that support the uterus
4- The internal area between the vagina and rectum
5- Outer surface of the uterus
6- In the lining of the pelvic cavity

Occasionally, the implants are found in other places, such as: intestines, rectum, bladder, vagina, cervix, vulva, abdominal surgery scars.

 

What are symptoms of endometriosis?

The following are the most common symptoms for endometriosis, however, each individual may experience symptoms differently.

Symptoms of endometriosis may include:
Pain, especially excessive menstrual cramps which may be felt in the abdomen or lower back, pain during intercourse, abnormal or heavy menstrual flow,  fatigue, painful urination during menstrual periods, Infertility, painful bowel movements during menstrual periods, other gastrointestinal problems (i.e., diarrhea, constipation, and/or nausea)

It is important to note that the amount of pain a woman experiences is not necessarily related to the severity of the disease – some women with severe endometriosis may experience no pain, while others with a milder form of the disease may have severe pain or other symptoms.

 

How is endometriosis related to infertility?

Endometriosis can contribute to female infertility In mild to moderate cases, the infertility may be just temporary. In these cases, treating adhesions, cysts, and scar tissue can restore fertility.
In other cases (a very small percentage), women may remain infertile. Physicians are still not clear in all cases how endometriosis affects fertility. However our Infertility Solution Kit will increase the chance of pregnant significantly. It has been tested and confirmed by clients that are now mothers and pregnant.

 

What causes endometriosis?

The causes of endometriosis are still unknown, although theories abound. One theory suggests that during menstruation some of the tissue backs up through the fallopian tubes into the abdomen, a sort of “reverse menstruation,” where it attaches and grows.
Another theory states that certain families may have predisposing genetic factors to the disease. Current research is also looking at the role of the immune system in activating cells that may secrete factors which stimulate endometriosis.

 

Who is at risk for developing endometriosis?

While any woman may develop endometriosis, the following women seem to be at an increased risk for the disease:
1- Women who have a first-degree relative (mother, sister, daughter) with the disease
2- Women who are giving birth for the first time after age 30
3- Women with an abnormal uterus.

 

PRICE OF ENDOMETRIOSIS TREATMENT KIT

We are proud and confident to say that, the efficacy of our endometriosis treatment is second to none, if you know how effective it works, you will want to start using it today.

WE HAVE 2 PACKAGES/PRICES FOR THE TREATMENT OF ENDOMETRIOSIS:

1- Normal Package (For Endometriosis Only).

2- Special Package (For Endometriosis plus other gynecology issues such as Block fallopian tube, Ovarian cyst, PCOS, Fibroid etc)

Let us explain the difference further:

 PRICE OF ENDOMETRIOSIS TREATMENT KIT:

*Half (1/2) Batch- N70,000= 1 MONTH Treatment Supply

*1 Batch- N120,000= 2 MONTHS Treatment Supply

 

2- SPECIAL PACKAGE!!!
The package is for people with Endometriosis plus other gynecology issues, such as any of the following listed below:
– Fallopian Tubes Blockage,
– Ovarian Cyst,
– PCOS,
Fibroid
_ Infection etc.
PRICE OF SPECIAL PACKAGE
  • *Half (1/2) Batch- N85,000= 1 MONTH Treatment Supply*1 Batch- N150,000= 2 MONTHS Treatment Supply

HOW MANY BATCHES WILL I USE TO CLEAR MY ENDOMETRIOSIS?

You can order for a batch of endometriosis treatment at first and at the completion of the 1st batch i.e at the end of 2months treatment, we recommend you repeat the PELVIC SCAN. The reason for test after 2months is some people do get rid of endometriosis totally after 2months of our treatment so there will not be need to take another batch of endometriosis treatment once the endometriosis is cleared in 8 weeks. That is why we recommend you take it per batch except in a severe endometriosis case that will need another batch.

HOW TO PLACE ORDER.

You will only pay when this product has been physically delivered to you face-to-face by our courier company outside the commitment fee.

PAY N2,000 UPFRONT AS COMMITMENT FEE

This is our delivery policy: Commitment Fee will serve as a proof of interest in getting the medicinesdelivered to you while you pay the balance when you receive the medicine.

For example, a batch is N120,000 you will pay N2,000 commitment fee and pay the rest of N118,000 when the Medicine gets to you.

REASON FOR COMMITMENT FEE:

We operate pay on delivery service but from experience people are abusing the service of pay on delivery, after we must have spent money to send/ship the products they placed order for, at the point of delivery you will hear excuses like “I have spent the money, I travelled, I was just joking with the order…so many other excuses which are heart-breaking and unfair.

So the commitment fee will help us identify those who are fully ready.

Thanks for your understanding, you can now proceed to place your order below, if you are fully ready for it.

Our Bank Account for the commitment fee is:

ACCOUNT NAME: I. A. & S. NATURAL MEDICAREINTERNATIONAL.

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 0432034997

BANK: GAURANTEE TRUST BANK (GTBANK)

OUR CLINIC ADDRESS

3RD FLOOR, UBA BUILDING, U-TURN BUS/STOP, ABULE EGBA, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA.

FOR INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY: Our delivery partners such as DHL, GIGL (God Is Good Logistics) do not accept cash on delivery for people outside Nigeria. That is their companies policy. 

Therefore, we are limited to offer our patients outside Nigeria the cash on delivery service, for patients outside Nigeria, you will pay into our Clinic Bank account. Then send evidence of payment to us via WhatsApp or Email or Phone call.

Once our account department confirms your payment, we will ship the medicines to you under 3-7 working days. Using DHL, GIGL, EMS.

Click here to see evidences of past deliveries:www.iaswellnesscentre.ng/deliveries

– INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY IS NOT TOTALLY FREE BUT ATTRACTS 50% DISCOUNT.

CUSTOMER CARE NUMBER: 08178871052 (CALL OR WHATSAPP)

VISITING HOURS FOR LAGOS RESIDENTS: MONDAY- FRIDAY 8AM-5PM

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