Getting Pregnant With Endometriosis Naturally
A number of people ask the question ‘Can you get pregnant with endometriosis?’. Endometriosis is a condition that causes parts of the lining of the uterus to migrate into the pelvic cavity where it may attach itself to the outside of the uterus or other organs. The resultant bleeding during menstruation cannot escape and may cause adhesions to other organs.
Symptoms of endometriosis:
- Severe menstrual cramping
- Pain in the lower back, pelvis or side during menstruation
- Pain with bowel movements and urination
- Pain during intercourse
- Infertility or trouble conceiving
There is plenty of information in medical books and websites to indicate that endometriosis reduces fertility in some women but this is no reason to give up on achieving a successful pregnancy. For many women endometriosis does not inhibit conception in any way as the endometriosis is either minor or not in an area crucial to conception. These women conceive naturally with endometriosis and some of them are unaware that they have endometriosis
Reflexology improves the well being of women who have been diagnosed with endometriosis as it works on the nervous system to relieve stress and tension, balances their hormones and improves their sleep patterns.
There is plenty of evidence around to show that some women who have been diagnosed with endometriosis discover that with regular reflexology therapy their endometriosis disappears.
Much of unexplained infertility is related to stress and tension. This is why reflexology is such a beautiful therapy for women who suffer from stress and if they have endometriosis as well reflexology can assist with their dearest wish to have a child of their own.
How to get pregnant with endometriosis naturally
Here are some other natural tips to help complement your reflexology, and can ease the pain of endometriosis. With your body in better harmony, you can increase your chances of getting pregnant with endometriosis.
- Yoga or deep breathing exercises can relax your body
- A warm bath, hot water bottle or heating pad will reduce pain and relax you.
- Eating more vegetables, fruit and whole grains will increase your fibre intake and reduce constipation.