Endometritis Natural Treatment In Nigeria



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 C1:

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

Fib, endometriosis and PID cleared

Case C2:

Her Endometritis cleared in 1 month of our treatment.

Below are her scan reports before treatment and after treatment.


Case C3:


Below are her scan reports before treatment and after treatment.




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.


How is endometriosis diagnosed?

For many women, simply having a diagnosis of endometriosis brings relief. Diagnosis begins with a gynecologist evaluating a patient’s medical history and a complete physical examination including a pelvic exam.

A diagnosis of endometriosis can only be certain when the physician performs a laparoscopy (a minor surgical procedure in which a laparoscope, a thin tube with a lens and a light, is inserted into an incision in the abdominal wall. Using the laparoscope to see into the pelvic area, the physician can often determine the locations, extent, and size of the endometrial growths.).

Other examinations which may be used in the diagnosis of endometriosis include:
biopsy – a procedure in which tissue samples are removed from the body (often during a laparoscopy) for examination under a microscope.
ultrasound – a diagnostic imaging technique which uses high-frequency sound waves to create an image of the internal organs.
computed tomography (CT or CAT scan) – a non-invasive procedure that takes cross-sectional images of internal organs; to detect any abnormalities that may not show up on an ordinary x-ray.
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – a non-invasive procedure that produces a two-dimensional view of an internal organ or structure.


What can be done to ease the pain of endometriosis?

Simple tips that can help ease the pain of endometriosis include:
1- Rest, relaxation

2- Warm baths,

3- Regular exercise,

4- Meditation,

5- Prevent constipation,

6- Use of hot water bottle or heating pad on your abdomen.


What is the treatment for endometriosis?



How Much Does This Treatment Kit Cost?

 The treatment is in batches. From years of experience treating Endometritis, the treatment usually ranges between 1st batch to 3rd batch to get Endometritis cleared totally, it depends on the stage of the Endometritis.

Some people got total result after 1st batch, while some after 2nd batch and some might have to take 3rd batch of the treatment before they got the Endometritis cleared totally (3rd batch is always very rare).

Please note that at the end of each treatment batch you will repeat Ultrasound Scan or revisit your doctor for a routine checkup, that will enable you see how effective the treatment is and will help us in planning for conception (for those that want to be pregnant).

We are proud and confident about our endometritis treatment we have succeeded in treating several cases naturally without surgery. We have proven evidences before treatment and after taken our treatment.




The prices are as follows:


Categories                                                  Cost (N)

Stage I & II: minimal & mild……………….N80,000
Stage III: moderate………………………….N100,000
Stage IV: severe……………………………….N120,000

What differentiate the categories is the quantity of medicines. The quantity of natural medicines in IV are more than the quantity are in III. 

III is more than the quantity of medicines in I & II.

N.B: At the end of 1st batch treatment you will have to go for scan to confirm the 1st batch treatment, that scan report will determine whether there will be need for 2nd batch treatment or not.

If your endometriosis cleared totally then there won’t be need for 2nd batch treatment, but if not totally cleared after 1st batch treatment, they must have reasonably/significantly reduced, then that call for 2nd batch treatment to get the endometriosis cleared totally. You will be amaze to found the endometriosis is gone after taking our Endometriosis Solution Kit.



The 2nd & 3rd batches treatment are in two categories:

Category A.     N50,000
Category B.     N70,000

The one you will go for out of the 2 categories depend on the scan report you will do after 1st batch treatment. It can’t be determined now.

Furthermore, at the end of the 2nd batch treatment you will also go for Ultrasound scan.

What happens if after using batch 1 to 3 and the endometriosis is still not totally cleared?

Though this is very rear but if it happens, you are entitled to FREE further treatment from us until a scan confirms that you are totally free from endometriosis. FREE TREATMENT

We promise free treatment because of the following:

1- We are proud and confident about our Endometriosis treatment.  We have treated several people successfully.

2- There is no how you will take the treatment without getting positive result. This kit has been tested and confirmed.

Therefore, relax and be happy you found us.



There are 2 options available in getting the treatment kit across to you anywhere you are

1st Option: Come to our office and pick up the treatment kit. People outside Lagos can send a representative in Lagos to pick it up for them.

2nd Option: We do ship the treatment kit to people nationwide to all states in Nigeria and all countries in the world.

Click here to see are evidences of deliveries. The treatments kits we have shipped to people both within Nigeria and outside Nigeria: www.iaswellnesscentre.ng/deliveries

*For shipping you will pay to our company’s account. Then we will ship it to you under 24-48 hours if you live in Nigeria.

*It takes 5-7 days for international delivery (we use EMS, DHL etc). 





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