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What You Need To Be Wary About Before Going For That Fibroid Surgery Or D&C


Surgery can very effectively reduce or solve the problems associated with the general health status of  individuals. But for women, when gynological surgeries are involved, it is important that women pay more than the usual attention to the risks associated with them.
It is no longer news that many women have lost their lives, when having surgeries to remove fibroid from the uterus or when having abortions (D&C). But beyond the loss of lives is the infertility problems associated with the mentioned procedures.

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Like, I wrote in my blocked womb article, Asherman Syndrome is the main culprit. Let us now look at Asherman in relation to Fibroid / D&C.

 Asherman’s syndrome is caused by damage to the uterus that causes the formation of adhesion (scar tissue). The extent of damage can vary, and there are different grades of Asherman’s syndrome severity. The adhesion formation can affect the cervix, uterine lining, the deeper layers of the uterus, or in some cases the opening of the fallopian tubes. The scar tissue may be thin or thick. In some cases the front and back of the uterus may be adhered together, the opening to the Fallopian tubes scarred shut, or the cervix covered over with scar tissue. Severe Asherman’s may lead to complete blockage of menstrual blood (endometrial lining) from being shed naturally each menses. This may lead to the formation of endometriosis, another painful and debilitating fertility issue.

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What Actually Are Intrauterine Adhesion?

Intrauterine adhesion/scarring or synechiae, is an acquired uterine condition, characterized by the formation of adhesions (scar tissue) inside the uterus and/or the cervix. In many cases, the front and back walls of the uterus stick to one another. In other cases, adhesion only occur in a small portion of the uterus. The extent of the adhesion defines whether the case is mild, moderate, or severe. The adhesion can be thin or thick, spotty in location, or confluent.

The inside of the uterus is like a pocket with the front and back walls flat against each other. The pocket (i.e. uterus) is lined with tissue called endometrium. During menstruation, the superficial (topmost) layer of the endometrium is shed. When a woman becomes pregnant, the embryo implants in the endometrium.
Injury (due to surgery or other medical procedures) to and/or infection of the endometrium may damage the uterine lining and cause formation of adhesion (scar tissue) between the inner walls of the uterus.
Asherman’s Syndrome is the term used to describe adhesion inside the uterus. The scarring can be mild with thin stretchy bands of scar tissue or more severe with formation of thick bands. In the most severe cases, partial or total destruction of the inside of the uterus can occur.

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Causes of Asherman’s Syndrome

The most common cause of intrauterine adhesion is injury following a surgical procedure involving the cavity of the uterus such as in fibroid surgeries, D&C and co. Dilatation and curettage (D&C) is a common outpatient surgical procedure during which the cervix (neck of the uterus) is opened and the tissue contents of the uterus are emptied.
Intrauterine adhesion may form following a D&C performed for pregnancy complications such as uterine bleeding following childbirth or miscarriage, or less commonly, for other gynaecological problems that involve the uterus.
Other possible causes of adhesion formation are infections of the uterine lining (endometritis), removal of fibroid in the cavity of the uterus and endometrial ablation (a surgical procedure that is used to intentionally damage the uterine lining to eliminate menstrual periods or make periods lighter).

Surgical Procedures That May Lead To Asherman’s Syndrome

D&C for miscarriage, incomplete or missed
D&C for retained placenta
Suction method D&C
Hysteroscopic myomectomy (removal of submucosal uterine fibroid bulging into uterine cavity)
Cesarean section
Uterine artery embolization (procedure to block blood flow to uterine fibroid, with the intent to shrink them)
Vacuum procedure performed for abortion, this rarely happens
IUD (intrauterine device birth control), this rarely happens

Non-Surgical Procedures That May Cause Asherman’s Syndrome

Retained placenta requiring manual removal
Uterine packing with gauze to prevent postpartum hemorrhage
Douching with a caustic chemical to induce abortion
Endometrial tuberculosis
Pelvic irradiation for cancer treatment

How Is Asherman’s Syndrome Diagnosed?

Asherman’s syndrome can be diagnosed by hysteroscopy, hysterosalpingogram (HSG), or sonohysterogram (SHG).
Hysteroscopy is the most accurate method to evaluate intrauterine adhesion and it is a procedure in which a thin, telescope-like instrument is inserted through the cervix to allow the doctor to see directly inside the uterus.
HSG and SHG are useful screening tests for adhesion. HSG is an x-ray procedure during which a dye that can be seen on x-ray is placed into the uterine cavity so that the shape of the inside of the uterus can be seen. During a saline ultrasound (SHG), a salt solution similar to normal body fluid is infused through the cervix into the uterus and a sonogram machine is used to see the uterine cavity. In both HSG and SHG, the adhesion are seen as “filling defects,” spaces where the fluid does not flow freely.

 Natural Remedy For Ashaman’s Syndrome

If you don’t want to suffer all the aforementioned, there is a better option and that’s the             Swissgarde Intrauterine Adhesion Remedy Kit . This is the same package we have used to treat a lot of women naturally to get rid of adhesion without surgery and with no side effects.

Treating adhesion with this Kit will help you repair the intrauterine lining of your uterus and restore your fertility fully. The adhesion will be removed naturally and the uterus will regain it’s natural form. Your uterus will be able to shed the endometrial lining again during menstruation – meaning that your menstruation will be fully restored without any form of pain.
It is almost impossible to conceive with some cases of adhesion. But with this Kit, you will be able to conceive naturally after getting rid of the scar tissues.
While on this treatment, you will be seeing signs to confirm that the treatment is working for you and your hope will be fully restored about your fertility.

What You Need To Be Wary About Before Going For That Fibroid Surgery Or D&C
What Does The Kit Contain And How Does The Treatment Work?

Details of the content of the Asherman’s Syndrome Remedy Kit is given below as well as the mechanism of operation (how it works to help you remove adhesion):
Herbal Medicine
Contained in the Kit  are herbal based supplements. These herbal drugs help the body to break-down and prevent scar tissue formation. The herbal drugs work as biological response modifiers; working with the bodies own immune defense system to moderate inflammatory response in the following ways;
They support cleansing of the tissues, promote better circulation.
They break down and remove “fibrin”, the make-up of prolonged inflammation and scar tissue/adhesion formation.
They break down the proteins in the blood that cause inflammation, this facilitates their removal via the lymphatic and circulatory system.
They help to break up scar tissue/adhesion formation
Help the uterus to rid itself of old stagnant blood and tissues
Bring fresh oxygenated blood to the uterus
Help to strengthen the uterine muscles
Help the body to loosen tight or twisted tissues
This is a very important aspect of the entire treatment. This is to ensure that your reproductive system gets rid of the unwanted debris as much as possible to give room for healing and fertility improvement.
Anti-Inflammation Recipe
To help you prevent the re-occurrence of adhesion in any form, our special anti-inflammatory recipe is what to use. This is made from common fruits and herbs that have proven to be highly beneficial in cases of adhesion that we have handled successfully. The recipe will be entirely handed over to you (from the ingredients, to preparation and usage) and you can make use of it at any point in time.

To get this Kit and all its content , please reach me by calling or chatting me: +2347038574473, +2348074256315 Up and you will be assured of the Natural Wellness from Swissgarde. 
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