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 JIGSIMUR Is the Answer to Fibroids and Infertility

Most women will develop fibroids at some point in their lives, according to medical science. Fibroid growth is more common in women in their thirties and forties. Fibroids affect around 20-40% of all reproductive-age women.

Fibroids will affect many women, but they will not prevent them from having children. Fibroids might be tiny or appear in places where they don't harm the reproductive system. Certain fibroids, on the other hand, will have a significant impact on a woman's capacity to conceive, stay pregnant, and carry a baby to term.

How do fibroids affect a woman's ability to conceive?

Fibroids may inhibit sperm and egg from meeting for conception, depending on where they are placed. Fibroids can interfere with an embryo's ability to implant. They frequently grow in areas or to sizes that make it difficult to maintain a pregnancy. Fibroids can potentially harm the fetus's health and well-being.

Fibroids can have the following effects on a woman's fertility:

  1. Fibroids can reduce the amount of sperm that can enter the uterus by changing the shape of your cervix.
  2. Fibroids that alter the shape of the uterus can affect the number of locations where an embryo can safely implant or the amount of uterine space required for embryo growth.
  3. Miscarriage can be caused by fibroids that weaken the uterine cavity lining or reduce the blood flow to a growing embryo.
  4. Use Jigsimur to effectively and successfully treat fibroids.
  5. Use Jigsimur for Acidic Stomach and Alkaline Balance to get rid of the fibroid.
  6. Clear the fibroid using Jigsimur to get pregnant. You'll be happy you did.
  7. The journey of a fertilized egg to implantation can be difficult or impossible if fibroids clog the Fallopian tubes.


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