We have herbal remedies for infertility and infections of different kinds, such as:

⦁ Hormonal imbalance
⦁ The hotness of the womb
⦁ Abnormal menstruation
⦁ Blocked fallopian tubes
⦁ Uterine problems such as uterine fibroids or myomas
⦁ Ovarian Cysts
⦁ Chronic infection
⦁ Low Sperm Production
⦁ Abnormal sperm production
⦁ Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
⦁ Vaginal infections, etc.

Definition of Some Important Terminologies.
Traditional medicine:  The total combination of knowledge, skills and practices, which may be explainable or not and are based on the theories, beliefs and experiences native to different cultures, used in the maintenance of health and in the prevention, diagnosis, improvement or treatment of physical, social and mental illness. It is usually handed down from generation to generation, verbally or in a written form.

Complementary/Alternative Medicine:

This is any practice that aims to achieve the healing effects of medicine even though there exist no established scientific evidence of its effectiveness. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is an expansive set of healthcare practices which are neither part of a country’s own tradition nor are fully integrated into the dominant health care system.

Integrated Medicine:

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), integrated medicine (or interactive medicine as it is called in the United States) is practicing medicine in a way that selectively incorporates elements of complementary and alternative medicine into comprehensive treatment plans alongside solidly orthodox methods of diagnosis and treatment.

Herbal Medicine (also called herbalism, botanical medicine, phytomedicine or phytotherapy:

This is the study of pharmacognosy, which uses medicinal plants as the foundation of traditional medicine. According to WHO, these include herbs, herbal materials, herbal preparations and finished herbal products that contain parts of plants as active ingredients, or other plant materials, or a combination.

Medicinal Plants:

These are also called medicinal herbs. These are any plant which, in one or more of its organs, contains substances that can be used for therapeutic purposes or which are precursors for the synthesis of useful drugs (NCBI). According to WHO, a variety of drugs are obtained from different medicinal plants and a greater percentage (80%) of the world’s developing population are dependent on traditional medicine for their primary health care needs. Medicinal herbs have long been discovered and used in traditional medicine practice s since prehistoric times. Many chemical compounds are synthesized by plants for various functions, which include defense and protection against predators, fungi, diseases, and herbivorous mammals.

Infertility Caused by Damaged or Blocked Fallopian Tubes

The fallopian tubes are two thin tubes which are situated on either side of the uterus and help in conveying mature egg from the ovaries to the uterus. When there is an obstruction in the fallopian tube that prevents the mature egg and the sperm to meet, it is called tubal factor infertility. It is estimated to account for about 25-30% of infertility cases.

When the fallopian tubes are blocked or damaged, the resultant effect typically result to female infertility. This is due to the fact that fertilization of the woman’s egg by the sperm usually takes place in the fallopian tube, and the blockage makes it impossible for the fertilization to take place.

Causes of Tubal Blockage or Damage (Tubal Occlusion

⦁ Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection that occurs when sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, or other infections are left untreated. This may cause long-term scaring and blockages of the fallopian tubes.
⦁ Hydrosalpinx is a fluid blockage in the fallopian tubes that may make it difficult for pregnancy to occur. It is caused majorly by untreated infection. At times, pregnancy can
occur if one of the tubes is healthy, but with a hydrosalpinx in the other tube, the delicate setting of the uterus is likely affected and this reduces the likelihood of the occurrence of a pregnancy.
Uterine fibroids also called leiomyoma, or simply myomas are non-cancerous growths in the uterus that can develop during a woman’s fertile age until menopause.
⦁ Ectopic pregnancy: When a fallopian tube is partially blocked, a mature woman’s egg may be fertilized by the sperm along the tube outside the uterus and in the process gets stuck in the tube. This results in an ectopic pregnancy, which requires a medical
emergency because it can lead to the rupturing of the fallopian tubes, which is life threatening and can also render the woman infertile. It is the most common complication of a blocked fallopian tube, which results in the removal of one or both of the fallopian tubes by salpingectomy.
⦁ Endometriosis causes scarring between the end of the fallopian tube and the ovary. It is a condition when the tissue from a woman’s endometrium, or the lining of the womb grows outside of the uterus on other pelvic organs. During menstruation, the endometrium is naturally shed and released as part of the flow from a woman’s body. But, in the case of endometriosis the tissue that grows outside of the uterus does not shed typically as usual. This causes inflammation with a possible formation of a scar tissue. If this happens near the fallopian tubes, it may scar or block the tubes, which results in tubal infertility.
⦁ An earlier Burst Appendix
⦁ Past surgeries involving fallopian tubes, abdominal region, tubal ligation etc. can cause damage to the fallopian tubes.

Symptoms of Blocked Fallopian Tube

⦁ Inability to conceive is one of the major symptoms of a blocked or damaged fallopian tube
⦁ Feeling of pelvic pain, especially around the time of menstruation.
Diagnosis of Tubal Occlusion.
It is sometimes difficult to identify a blocked fallopian because some blocked tubes can be opened and closed at times. Indeed, to ease this difficulty, the following three main tests are usually applicable.
⦁ Hysterosalpingogram (HSG), which is an X-ray test. Here, a harmless dye is injected by a doctor into the womb in order for it to flow into the fallopian tubes. The dye stains in the fallopian tubes are visible on an X-ray. However, if the fluid is unable to flow into the fallopian tubes, a possible case of tubal blockage may be established.
⦁ Sonohysterogram is an ultrasound test, which is similar to the HSG test but builds up a picture of the fallopian tubes using sound waves.
⦁ Laparoscopy also called keyhole surgery, or minimally invasive surgery is a type of surgical procedure where a surgeon makes a small cut in the body and inserts a small tube that has a light source and camera, which transmits images of the inside of the fallopian tubes to a television monitor. Though the procedure is invasive and cannot treat the blockage, doctors hardly recommend it as an early diagnosis. However, it is the most accurate test for blocked fallopian tubes.

Natural Treatment with Herbal Universal 5-in-1 Full-Package without Surgery.

Though other medical treatment solutions for fallopian tube blockage may exist, the safest and the recommended natural treatment for tubal blockage after it is medically diagnosed as explained above, is the use of Herbal Universal 5-in-1 full-package treatment to drain the fluid naturally, or pull out any form of scarring, fibroids, or ovarian cysts from their root blocking the tubes. It is medically safe because it uses the traditional method without any surgical procedure (salpingectomy). The natural method also pulls out fibroids/ myomas, ovarian cysts, and scar tissues formed by endometriosis, etc. naturally using Herbal Universal 5-in-1 full-package. Practical proofs are contained below.

Fig 1. Chronic case of Hydrosalpinx that defy all forms of medical solutions naturally flushed out by Herbal Universal 5-in-1 full-package treatment.
Figure 2. A case of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) & Hydrosalpinx with a feedback after treatment with Herbal Universal 5-in-1 full-package.

Figure 2. A case of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) & Hydrosalpinx with a feedback after treatment with Herbal Universal 5-in-1 full-package.

Uterine fibroids also called leiomyoma, or simply myomas are non-cancerous growths in the uterus that can develop during a woman’s fertile age until menopause. Due to the decrease in estrogen and progesterone during menopause, there is less chances of women developing fibroids after menopause. However, women above the age of 50 years can still develop symptomatic fibroids.). According to the Office on Women’s Health, about 20% to 80% of women have fibroids by the age of 50 years old. Similarly, according to “Healthline” by Stacy A. et al, 2022, people are at a greater risk of developing fibroids if they have a family history of fibroids, are 30 years old or above, have a high body weight, and are of African descent, or African American.

They can grow as a single tumor, or there can be many of them in the uterus (multiple fibroids) The symptoms of fibroids may include:
⦁ Severe abdominal or pelvic pain
⦁ Heavy and prolong menstrual flow, which may include clots.
⦁ Pressure or fullness in your lower abdomen
⦁ Increased urination
⦁ Enlargement of the abdomen
⦁ Pain during sexual intercourse
⦁ And, in some cases, there may be no symptoms.

Fibroid Diagnosis
A visit to a standard medical facility is essential for a proper medical examination, which may involve imaging tests such as: ultrasound, CT (Computed Tomography) scan, or pelvic MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging). The MRI will help the doctor to understand the number of the fibroids, the location, and the size, and the condition of the uterus.

In figure 3 below, uterine fibroids or leiomyoma are capable of causing infertility by blocking the fallopian tubes or preventing fertilized egg from being implanted in the uterus. Also, large fibroids may occupy space meant for the development of the fetus in the uterus.

Figure 3: Uterine Myomas
Figure 3: Uterine Myomas


Uterine Myomas

Figure 4. Uterine leiomyoma

Figure 5: Sample pictures and audio recording from one of our esteemed patients showing uterine myomas or fibroids that blocked the fallopian tubes pulled out naturally by Herbal Universal 5-in-1 full-package treatment.

Figure 6. Fibroids

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Testimonies from Herbal Universal Esteemed Clients who had a chronic infection/pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)