How to use ginger to unblock fallopian tube…how to use ginger to unblock blocked fallopian tubes.
Before we look into the possibility of using ginger to unblock fallopian tubes, let us discuss the meaning of block Fallopian tubes, its causes and its implications to female fertility (ability to get pregnant).
Blocked fallopian tubes prevent the egg from meeting the sperm. It can be caused by:
⛔pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
👉scar tissue from a previous surgery, such as a surgery for ectopic pregnancy.
⛔a history of gonorrhea or chlamydia.
👉History of uterine infection caused by an abortion or miscarriage
👉History of a ruptured appendix
👉History of abdominal surgery
👉Previous ectopic pregnancy
👉Prior surgery involving the fallopian tubes
Blocked fallopian tubes are a common cause of infertility. Sperm and an egg meet in the fallopian tube for fertilization. A blocked tube can prevent them from coming together to produce a baby. If both tubes are fully blocked, pregnancy without treatment will be impossible. If the fallopian tubes are partially blocked, you can potentially get pregnant. This can increase the risk of a tubal pregnancy, or ectopic pregnancy.
There are many treatment protocols for the treatment of blocked tubes which includes use of drugs, IVF, and tubal surgeries.
Some persons use all sorts of herbal remedies to unblock blocked fallopian tubes…. herbs like ginger, scent leaf, bara, pap water bitter leaf and garlic etc. have been suggested for the cure of blocked fallopian tubes.
For the purpose of this article let us focus our attention on ginger.
How to use ginger to unblock fallopian tube
Ginger has been suggested to have the ability to clear blocked tubes and a fertility booster. It is anti-inflammatory and also ovulation booster.. A cup of ginger with garlic plus or minus cinnamon is believed to help unblock fallopian tubes and increase a woman’s chances of getting pregnant.
However, there is no enough scientific evidence that ginger can unblock blocked fallopian tubes. It is all speculations not backed by facts. Taking ginger anyway, is safe and healthy but don’t bank on it to clear or open up your blocked tubes.
If you have blocked tubes or you are battling with infertility, you and your husband should go and see a gynaecologist for evaluation, investigations and proper treatment. That you have blocked tubes does not mean you can never have a child.
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