Adenomyosis of the uterus (genital endometriosis) is a disease in which the tissues and membranes of the uterus are disrupted. The mucous membrane (endometrium) grows into other layers of the organ or beyond. This disease must be treated immediately after detection in order to avoid unpleasant complications.
Symptoms of adenomyosis of the uterus
Most women have adenomyosis without symptoms. In some cases, there are profuse, painful, prolonged periods, often with clots. There are also brownish, prolonged spotting, bleeding between menstruation, discomfort during intercourse. One of the main symptoms of the disease is pain, including during menstruation. Pain with adenomyosis can be very severe, difficult to relieve pain with drugs. With age, the pain during menstruation becomes stronger. To exclude adenomyosis, you need to consult a gynecologist.
To prevent the disease, you must be examined by a doctor once every six months.
Folk remedies for the treatment of uterine adenomyosis
Treatment of adenomyosis with traditional medicine is recommended after consulting a doctor. Adenomyosis can be treated with hirudotherapy (leech therapy). Leeches have a positive effect on the functioning of the lymphatic system, strengthening the immune defense of the female body of a woman.
To get rid of uterine adenomyosis, it is recommended to drink herbal decoctions for several months. To prepare the broth, it is necessary to take in equal proportions calamus root, birch buds, tansy, celandine (soft part), plantain, poplar buds. All this needs to be finely chopped, then 1 tablespoon of the mixture is poured with 1 cup of boiling water and brought to a boil. The broth must be infused in a closed container for an hour, then strain and drink three sips after eating three times a day.
It is desirable that the raw materials for the broth are fresh.
The second broth is prepared in a similar way; for its preparation, you need to take anise berries, currants, sage, fireweed, eucalyptus, licorice root, cedar seeds. The decoction made according to the first recipe should be taken during the maturation of the egg, and the second decoction on the days of menstruation. To obtain the maximum therapeutic effect, you can take peony tincture with the first decoction, and with the second - Eleutherococcus extract. Peony is able to calm the nervous system, Eleutherococcus strengthens the immune system. Herbal therapy usually improves after three to four menses, but treatment should be continued until complete recovery.
Treatment of adenomyosis of the uterus with blue clay
Blue clay can be used to treat uterine adenomyosis. Stir it with water and leave for ten hours. After that, you need to drain the water and re-mix the clay. Then you need to put it in a water bath for five minutes. It should not be very heated and boiled. Next, the clay is laid out on a plastic bag, a cake about two centimeters thick is made from it and applied to the lower abdomen (from the navel) for two hours, after which it is thrown away. The procedure must be repeated daily for five to six days.