Local Fertility Concoctions! What gives?

 

Almost every woman trying to conceive has been offered some form of local fertility concoction or the other. Practically every TTC woman I know has had some Mother, Aunty, Grandma, or even friend, offer to take her to some Baba (or Mama) or the other. I had that experience when an acquaintance took me to the dodgiest place ever, to see a woman renown for her wonderful fertility herbs (you can read that story here). I proceeded not to drink the potions, primarily because the woman gave me the creeps, but in hindsight, I wonder if I might have been a tad too rash. As I grew in my TTC quest, I was soon to realise that one of the most effective ways to counter infertility, especially that brought about hormonal imbalance, were herbal remedies. This theory was even more confirmed when I started taking the drug Feminine Herbal Complex by GNLD. This capsule, a condensed pot pourri of a medley of natural herbs, helped alleviate my PCOS symptoms. Even though I did not conceive on it, I could immediately see the positive effect it had on my body. In addition, the acquaintance who took me to the creepy Mama, who also suffered PCOS, had 3 children in quick succession. The logic was crystal clear to me. If these herbs were able to regulate hormones, suppressing those that inhibit ovulation, and boosting those that promote it, conception was only bound to follow.

A few years later, after I had my twins, I started feeling some abdominal fullness that made me suspect the regrowth of my uterine fibroids. A relative introduced me to the PAX FIB Solution, a herbal drink made by Catholic Monks in Ewu, Edo State, who were known for their excellent herbal remedies. In no time at all, the abdominal fullness ebbed. Everyone I have recommended the drink to has had success stories from it; with some experiencing significant shrinkage of the fibroid, and some even conceiving. If I didn’t believe it enough before, I was most certainly a convert now.

However, as with all things, one has to tread with utmost caution. A lot of herbal medical practitioners are crooks, preying on desperate people in need of a solution to their problems. At best, you get a herbal mix of nonsense that will do little or nothing for you. At worst, you get something that will even worsen your situation. Add that to the fact that some of these “doctors” might be err…spiritually suspect, and you have more than enough reason to worry. Even though there are no ways to guarantee anything 100%, it is better to opt for tried and tested options (mainly by people whose opinion and referral you can trust). If you are not able to verify that, then you can rely on your gut instinct. If you don’t feel right about it, you are probably right.

Below is a list of common infertility factors, and the herbs credited with being able to tackle them:

(Culled from http://natural-fertility-info.com/fertility-herbs).

1) Absent Menstruation

    • Black Cohosh root (formerly known as Cimicifuga racemosa, now Actaea racemosa): May bring on menstrual bleeding. Aids in tone, regular function and shedding of the uterine lining
    • Dong Quai root (Angelica sinensis): Increases circulation to the uterus, iron rich for proper blood formation, tones and strengthens the uterus by regulating hormonal control, and improving the timing of the menstrual cycle.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Promotes hormonal balance, nourishing to the endocrine system, which controls hormone function.
    • Motherwort aerial parts (Leonurus cardiaca): This herb is very effective at reducing uterine muscle spasm, cramping and improving uterine tone. Motherwort has been found to mildly stimulate the uterus, while also aiding the uterus to work efficiently, which is helpful in bringing on menstruation.
    • Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris): Used traditionally world wide to encourage menstruation in women with amenorrhea. Mugwort is a mild uterine stimulant. It also supports healthy digestion, aiding in assimilation of vitamins and minerals. Its mild nervine action helps relieve tension and stress.
    • Parsley tap root, leaves, seeds (Petroselinum crispum): Has been used as an emmenagogue to bring on menstruation. Rich source of vitamin C.
    • Vitex, Chaste tree berry (Vitex agnus-castus): Aid in regulating hormonal balance, promotes ovulation, improves timing of the menstrual cycle.
    • Shatavari root (Asparagus racemosus): Promotes regular menstrual cycles by aiding in regulation of estrogen levels.
    • Tribulus aerial parts and fruit (Tribulus terrestris): May normalize ovulation when used prior to ovulation. Increase in serum FSH and estradiol in women. Increase in sex hormone production.
    • White Peony (Paeonia officinalis): This herb is helps build the blood and increase circulation to the reproductive organs. Overall this herb has excellent hormone balancing support. It also aids in pain reduction and relaxation. White peony moves the blood in the pelvic area, good for uterine stagnant conditions including absent period.
    • Yarrow aerial parts (Achillea millefolium): Stimulates uterus to bring on menstruation, by increasing muscular activity of the uterus. The stimulation of the muscles of the uterus, aid in the shedding of the endometrium, stimulating regular menstrual cycles in the absence of pregnancy.

2) Improving Cervical Mucous

    • Borage seed oil (Borago officinalis): High in omega-6 essential fatty acids. It works to increase cervical mucous and balance hormones.
    • Dandelion leaf and root (Taraxacum officinale): Bitter herb, stimulating to mucous membrane secretion. Nutritive, supports liver health for hormonal balance.
    • Evening Primrose Oil, cold pressed seed (Oenothera biennis): This oil is high in omega-6 essential fatty acids. It works to increase cervical mucous and balance hormones.
    • Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra): Demulcent, promote healthy mucous membrane secretions. Supports hormonal balance through endocrine support.
    • Marshmallow root (Althea officinalis): Demulcent and soothing to mucous membranes, support natural health for proper function of mucous production.
    • Oregon Grape root (Mahonia aquifolium, nervosa): Stimulates mucous membranes to secrete. Supports liver function.
    • Red Clover aerial parts, blossom (Trifolium pratense): Red Clover has been shown to increase cervical mucous, aiding vaginal dryness. Increases circulation to the reproductive organs.
    • Shatavari root (Asparagus racemosus): This herb is a demulcent. Herbs that have a demulcent action contain mucilage. Mucilage lines the mucous membranes and acts as a protector and tonic for those membranes. Shatavari contains mucilage, this may be helpful for women with low Cervical mucous.
    • Yarrow, aerial parts (Achillea millefolium): Yarrow is an herb of opposites, both astringent, toning for the mucous membranes, yet also moistening for them

3) Endometriosis

    • Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera): Supports overall endocrine system function. Supports proper immune response, aids in possible autoimmune fertility issues.
    • Bee Propolis: Bee Propolis is a resinous mixture of tree sap, tree buds, tree leaves and other botanical sources that the bees make to seal small openings in their hives. Endometriosis pain, scar tissue and adhesion formation is thought to be triggered by inflammation response. Bee propolis has been shown to be extremely anti-inflammatory which may reduce endometriosis. Bee propolis may also contain immunomodulating properties. This may be beneficial for autoimmune related fertility issues. Some doctors theorize that endometriosis may be an autoimmune disorder.
    • Burdock root (Arctium lappa): Supports overall liver function for improved hormonal balance. Cleansing for the entire body, especially where congested tissues and organs are present.
    • Castor Oil, oil pressed from bean (Ricinus communis): When Castor Oil is applied as a pack to the abdomen it can be used to enhance circulation and promote healing of the tissues and organs underneath the skin. Castor oil works to dissolve foreign tissue growth, including endometriosis.
    • Cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum spp.): Reduces heavy menstrual bleeding. Improves circulation to reproductive system for improved healing of congested tissues.
    • Dong Quai root (Angelica sinensis): Dong Quai increases circulation, which helps to bring in fresh healthy blood to remove excess tissue growth, heal tissue damage, limit scar tissue and adhesion formation. Healthy circulation ensures healthy natural cleansing of the body as well. Proper circulation is required to remove toxins, dead tissue, diseased tissue, metabolic waste from our bodies. This is very important for women with endometriosis. Dong Quai stimulates healthy immune response, reduces depression, fatigue and psycho-emotional symptoms associated with endometriosis.
    • Echinacea flower, root, seed (Echinacea purpurea, angustifolia): It has been suggested that endometriosis is linked to an overreaction of the immune system. Echinacea supports proper immune function which may be helpful for symptom flare ups.
    • Feverfew aerial parts (Tanacetum parthenium): Has been used for hundreds of years for painful menstruation, and migraine headaches associated with the menstrual cycle.
    • Ginger root (Zingiber officinale): Anti-inflammatory. Increases circulation, which also helps to reduce inflammation. Supports proper digestion, very important for inflammatory conditions. Reduction in inflammation reduces pain.
    • Goldenseal root (Hydrastis canadensis): Anti-inflammatory. Reduction in inflammation may help to prevent scar tissue and adhesion formation. Reduction in inflammation reduces pain.
    • Horsetail aerial parts (Equisetum arvense): Excellent astringent action for toning, healing of excess foreign tissue growth and bleeding. Promotes proper tissue growth and function.
    • Jamaican Dogwood root (Piscidia erythrina): This herb is extremely antispasmodic and analgesic. It reduces muscular pain associated with foreign tissue growth and bleeding that comes with endometriosis.
    • Maca (Lepidium meyenii): Helps to balance the hormones, but does not contain any hormones itself. It is able to do this by nourishing and balancing the endocrine system. Hormone balance is essential to preparing women with endometriosis for pregnancy because healthy hormonal balance contributes to healthy fertility and conception.
    • Nettles aerial parts (Urtica dioica): Supports healthy iron levels, which is important for conditions where internal and/or excessive menstrual bleeding is taking place. Aids proper liver function for hormone balance support.
    • Red Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus): Raspberry leaf works to tone the uterine muscles and normalize blood flow during menses. This is one of the best normalizing herbs for the female reproductive organs. Raspberry leaf is astringent, contracting and shrinking internal and external body tissues. May help prevent hemorrhage excessive bleeding. Helps to reduce bleeding of endometrial tissues.
    • Rehmannia root (Rehmannia glutinosa): Effective at reducing inflammation and uterine spasm. It works to curb mid-cycle bleeding, as well as excessive bleeding, two common issues women with endometriosis often deal with.
    • White Peony (Paeonia officinalis): Peony has been found to aid in increasing progesterone levels, lower testosterone and balance estrogen. Overall this herb has excellent hormone balancing support. It also aids in pain reduction and relaxation. Moves the blood in the pelvic area, good for uterine stagnation.
    • Yarrow (Achillea millefolium): It promotes circulation, yet is extremely astringent, stopping excessive blood flow associated with endometriosis. Yarrow is one of the best herbs to stop heavy bleeding due to endometriosis. Yarrow has been used to stop internal bleeding caused by endometriosis. Relieves pelvic congestion.

4) Estrogen Balance

    • Burdock root (Arctium lappa): Nourishing and cleansing for the liver, aiding in hormonal balance. Helps to remove excess estrogen from the liver for proper estrogen balance in the body.
    • Dandelion root (Taraxacum officinale): Aids in liver health, stimulates digestion for improved hormonal balance.
    • Evening Primrose Oil, cold pressed from the seed (Oenothera biennis): Supports overall hormonal balance through its high content of the omega-6 essential fatty acids (EFA’s), Linoleic Acid (LA) and Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA). LA is needed for prostaglandin E and GLA is needed for the synthesis of prostaglandin E. One of the many functions of Prostaglandins is to help control regulation of hormones.
    • Flax seed (Linum usitatissimum): Flax seeds contain lignans, which are the second strongest group of phytoestrogens. Flax is also high in fiber. Studies have shown that these the combination of the lignans and fiber in flax help to remove excess estrogen from the body, while also protecting it from xenoestrogens.
    • Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra): Has the propensity to mimic estrogen (phytoestrogen). Licorice is an adaptogen herb, supporting the endocrine system for overall hormonal support.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Aids the body by helping to control estrogen/progesterone balance in the body.
    • Milk Thistle seed (Silybum marianum): Supports hormonal balance. It is one of the best plants for liver health. Liver health is vital for hormonal balance. The liver helps to filter toxins from the body, including excess hormones.
    • Red Clover aerial parts, blossom (Trifolium pratense): Red Clover is a nourishing food herb. It is rich in a variety of vitamins and minerals. It is one of the best blood purifying herbs, aiding in detoxification of environmental pollutants prior to conception. Rich in phytoestrogens, may help protect body from xenohormones.
    • Seaweed, leafy parts, variety of species: High in fiber for improved estrogen metabolism.
    • Sesame seed (Sesamum indicum): Has the highest oil content of any seed, providing a rich source of omega 3 and 6 EFA€™s (see the benefits for hormonal balance above, under Evening Primrose Oil). Contains lignans which help promote healthy estrogen balance and overall hormonal balance.
    • Shatavari root (Asparagus racemosus): Shatavari’s main constituents are steroidal-sapponins, suggesting its use as an estrogen regulator, the estrogen modulating in turn may contribute to menstrual cycle regulation.
    • Tribulus, aerial parts and fruit (Tribulus terrestris): Has been shown to increase in serum estradiol in women. May normalize ovulation in infertile women when used prior to ovulation.

5) Miscarriage Prevention

    • Black haw (Viburnum prunifolium): Extremely effective at reducing uterine contractions, and uterine muscle spasm. If there is uterine cramping without cervical dilation, cramp bark has been traditionally used to help stop uterine spasm and contractions. It is interchangeable with Cramp Bark and has the same actions as Cramp bark.
    • Cramp bark (Viburnum opulus): Extremely effective at reducing uterine contractions, and uterine muscle spasm. If there is uterine cramping without cervical dilation, cramp bark has been traditionally used to help stop uterine spasm and contractions. It has been used for hundreds of years as miscarriage prevention.
    • False Unicorn root (Chamaelirium luteum): Recurrent miscarriages related to uterine and cervical weakness. This plant is endangered!
    • Partridge Berry leaves & stems (Mitchella repens): Is a uterine tonic traditionally used to help strengthen a weak uterus. Helpful when the woman is experiencing painful cramping, uterine spasm, bleeding, and/or passing of blood clots in the first trimester of pregnancy.
    • Vitex also known as Chaste tree berry, dried berries (Vitex agnus-castus): Has been traditionally used by midwives and herbalist to prevent miscarriage associated with low progesterone. Low progesterone is the number one reason for recurrent miscarriages.
    • Wild Yam root (Dioscorea villosa): Traditionally used to treat irritable uterus and threatened miscarriage with uterine contractions present. Often combined with Cramp bark or Black Haw. Also used for hyperemesis gravidarum (extreme nausea and vomiting in pregnancy).

6) Ovarian Cysts

    • Black Cohosh root (Actaea racemosa): Promotes regulation of the entire menstrual cycle. Excellent for relieving ovarian pain.
    • Blue Cohosh rhizome and root (Caulophyllum thalictroides): Both an ovarian and uterine tonic. Aids in regulation of the entire menstrual cycle.
    • Castor Oil, oil pressed from bean (Ricinus communis): When Castor Oil is applied as a pack to the abdomen it can be used to enhance circulation and promote healing, detoxification of the tissues and organs underneath the skin, including the ovaries.
    • Dong Quai root (Angelica sinensis): Aids in hormonal balance. Used for congestive fertility states such as uterine fibroids. Supports healthy circulation to the reproductive organs. Reduction in pain associated with reproductive organs.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Maca is a nourishing food for the endocrine system, aiding both the pituitary, adrenal, and thyroid glands (all involved in hormonal balance.) Supports overall hormonal balance, works to balance estrogen/progesterone levels, for overall menstrual cycle support.
    • Milk Thistle seed (Silybum marianum): Supports hormonal balance. It is one of the best plants for liver health. Liver health is vital for hormonal balance. The liver helps to filter toxins from the body, including excess hormones.
    • Seaweed (variety of species): High in fiber for improved estrogen metabolism.
    • Tribulus, aerial parts and fruit (Tribulus terrestris): May normalize ovulation in infertile women when used prior to ovulation. One study performed on 36 women who were not ovulating, showed that that 67% realized normal ovulation after only 2-3 months of consistent use. Tribulus has also been found to be a nourishing tonic for the female reproductive system as a whole, especially concerning the ovaries.
    • Vitex, Chaste tree berry (Vitex agnus-castus): Aid in regulating hormonal balance, promotes ovulation, improves timing of the menstrual cycle.
    • Wild Yam root (Dioscorea villosa): Promotes healthy menstrual cycle, reduces ovarian pain.
    • Yarrow aerial parts (Achillea millefolium): Relieves pelvic congestion, improves the entire menstrual cycle timing.

7) PCOS

    • Ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera): Supports overall endocrine system function.
    • Cinnamon inner bark (Cinnamomum verum, C.zeylanicum): Preliminary studies shown cinnamon had greatly reduced insulin resistant women. May help to lower heavy bleeding time associated with hormonal imbalances due to PCOS. Supports healthy circulation to reproductive organs.
    • Burdock root (Arctium lappa): Supports overall liver function for improved hormonal balance. Also supportive of balanced blood sugar levels. Cleansing for the entire body, especially where congested tissues and organs are present.
    • Eleuthero root and stem bark (Eleutherococcus senticosus): Adaptogen herb that supports overall endocrine function which supports hormonal balance.
    • Gymnema leaf (Gymnema sylvestris): This herbs is known as the destroyer of sugar. Supports healthy blood sugar levels, controlling insulin. Helps curb sugar cravings.
    • Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra): Helps to maintain proper hormone production and release. Supports healthy insulin levels and liver health for hormonal balance support.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Maca may help to increase progesterone levels in both men and women. Maca works to balance the estrogen and progesterone in the body, for a healthy menstrual cycle.
    • Tribulus, aerial parts and fruit (Tribulus terrestris): Promotes regular ovulation. May reduce ovarian cysts in women with PCOS.
    • Saw Palmetto berry (Serenoa repens): Saw Palmetto has been found to inhibit DHT production by reducing 5 alpha-reductase production, which may help prevent Hirsutism (excessive body hair growth, thinning hair on head) in women with PCOS. This herb also helps to reduce endometrial hyperplasia and hormonal acne symptoms.
    • Vitex also known as Chaste Tree berry, dried berries (Vitex agnus-castus): Women with PCOS often have irregular menstrual cycles and anovulation. Vitex works to balance the hormonal feedback loop and promote ovulation and regular cycles.
    • White Peony root (Paeonia lactiflora): When Peony is combined with Licorice Rt. (Glycyrrhiza glabra), it performs better, especially for relaxing muscles, reducing painful menstruation, as well as lowering serum and free testosterone levels in women with PCOS. Moves the blood in the pelvic area, good for uterine stagnation including conditions such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, & PCOS

8) Improving Egg Quality

    • Ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera): Supports overall endocrine system function.
    • Bee Pollen/Propolis: Bee pollen has been reported to have great results in boosting immunity and fertility. Bee propolis has been found to support healthy immune, inflammation and stress response in the body.
    • Burdock root (Arctium lappa): Supports overall liver function for improved hormonal balance. Cleansing for the entire body.
    • Castor Oil, oil pressed from bean (Ricinus communis): When Castor Oil is applied as a pack to the abdomen it can be used to enhance circulation and promote healing of the tissues and organs underneath the skin. Castor oil works to provide cleansing to the area applied, through stimulation of the lymphatic system.
    • Dong Quai root (Angelica sinensis): Aids in hormonal balance. Supports healthy circulation to the reproductive organs.
    • Fo-ti root, also known as He Shou Wu,Ho Shou Wu (Polygonum multiflorum): Adaptogen, supporting overall endocrine function, immune and stress response. Nourishing to the liver and kidneys. Considered one of the best herbs for protecting health long-term. Because of this it is considered excellent for people trying to conceive who are over 40 years old.
    • Ginger root (Zingiber officinale): Increases circulation, promotes healthy inflammation response. Improves digestion for proper nutrient absorption, boosting overall health.
    • Lemon Balm leaf (Melissa officinalis): Excellent nervous system support. Supports healthy stress response, lessens depression and anxiety. Good emotional health, and stress response is important prior to conception.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Maca is a nourishing food for the endocrine system, aiding both the pituitary, adrenal, and thyroid glands (all involved in hormonal balance). Works to protect the body from stress damage. Shown to support and increase egg health.
    • Milk Thistle seed (Silybum marianum): Supports hormonal balance. It is one of the best plants for liver health. Liver health is vital for hormonal balance. The liver helps to filter toxins from the body, including excess hormones.
    • Motherwort, aerial parts (Leonurus cardiaca): Supports healthy stress response; for depression, anxiety, stress associated with the menstrual cycle, or in life. Aids in heart and circulatory function.
    • Oat straw (stems), Milky Oats (tops) exert a stronger effect than oatstraw, (Avena sativa): Nourishing, aids in stress reduction by supporting nervous system. Great support for stress related fertility issues.

9) Progesterone Balance

    • Alfalfa aerial parts (Medicago sativa): Nutritive. Contains some phytoestrogens. Aids in protection against xenohormones. Aids in vaginal atrophy and dryness. Very nutritious; high in vitamins and minerals.
    • Ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera): Supports overall endocrine system function for proper hormonal balance.
    • Burdock root (Arctium lappa): Nourishing and cleansing for the liver, aiding in hormonal balance. Cleansing of the liver helps reduce excess estrogen.
    • Eleuthero root and stem bark (Eleutherococcus senticosus): Supports proper endocrine function through its adaptogenic properties. Supports overall hormonal balance.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Maca may help to increase progesterone levels in both men and women. Maca works to balance the estrogen and progesterone in the body, for a healthy menstrual cycle.
    • Schisandra fruit and seed (Schisandra chinensis): Adaptogen, supports healthy hormonal balance through endocrine system support. Promotes proper immune and stress response.
    • Vitex, Chaste tree berry, dried berry (Vitex agnus-castus): Vitex increases luteinizing hormone (LH) production while mildly inhibiting the release of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH). This indirectly boosts progesterone production and chances of achieving and maintaining a successful pregnancy.

10) Sperm Count & Quality

    • American Ginseng root (Panax quinquefolius): may support healthy sex drive, erectile dysfunction and enhance sexual performance in men. Strengthens the HPA (hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal) axis, aiding hormonal balance, stress management, immune function.
    • Ashwagandha root (Withania somnifera): Traditionally used to improve sex drive and low sperm count. Supports overall endocrine system function for overall hormonal balance.
    • Cordyceps mushroom (Cordyceps sinensis): Cordyceps has been shown to enhance male sexual function, enhance sperm production and motility.
    • Epimedium, also known as horny goat weed (Epimedium grandiflorum): Aphrodisiac, increase in sexual desire and performance. The active ingredient Icariin has been shown to increase nitric oxide; increasing circulation to the extremities. Has been shown useful in aiding sustained erection.
    • Fo-ti, also known as Ho Shou Wu or He Shou Wu, root (Polygonum multiflorum): Traditionally used for men who have low libido, low sperm count, erectile dysfunction and poor sperm motility. Supports fertility longevity.
    • Ginkgo leaves (Ginkgo biloba): #1 remedy for erectile dysfunction, increases circulation and is high in antioxidants.
    • Goji berry, dried fruit (Lycium barbarum,L.chinense): protects sperm from hyperthermia (overheating), increasing hormone levels, sperm quantity and quality through its high antioxidant content. Supports hormonal balance through improved liver function support. Extremely nutritious as well.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Men who use maca have been seen to have an increased libido and healthy sperm. Increase seminal volume, sperm count per ejaculate, and sperm motility.
    • Saw Palmetto berries (Serenoa repens): Traditionally use for improving prostate health, impotence, testicular atrophy and improved sex drive in men.
    • Schisandra fruit and seed (Schisandra chinensis): Supportive and protective of liver health. Shown to support immunity, endocrine and nervous system function. Studies have shown may increase in sperm count. Aids stress related infertility.
    • Tribulus, aerial parts and fruit (Tribulus terrestris): Shown to be effective in aiding sex hormone production, increase in LH and testosterone in men. May help to increase in sperm count, motility, and health

11) Uterine Fibroids

    • Bee Propolis: Bee propolis has been shown to be extremely anti-inflammatory, promotes proper hormonal balance.
    • Black Haw root bark (Viburnum prunifolium): Extremely effective at reducing uterine contractions, and uterine muscle spasm. Interchangeable with Cramp Bark (Viburnum opulus). Cramp bark and Black haw have been shown to have a specific action on the uterus, the relaxing action increases circulation to the uterus, allowing for toxin removal which may aid the uterus in healing and overall improvement in uterine health.
    • Black Cohosh root (Actaea racemosa): Promotes regulation of the entire menstrual cycle. For women with a uterus that feels inflamed or irritated throughout the month, Black cohosh may be an effective option in relaxing the uterus, reducing inflammation of the uterus.
    • Blue Cohosh rhizome and root (Caulophyllum thalictroides): Wonderful for uterine weakness, where the uterus has lost strenght and tone.
    • Blue Vervain aerial parts (Verbena hastata): Antispasmodic, supports proper function of the uterus.
    • Castor Oil, oil pressed from bean (Ricinus communis): When Castor Oil is applied as a pack to the abdomen it can be used to enhance circulation and promote healing of the tissues and organs underneath the skin. Castor oil works to dissolve foreign tissue growth, including uterine fibroids.
    • Cramp bark (Viburnum opulus): This is one of the most effective herbs for reducing uterine spasm and cramping. Cramp Bark brings relief of pain and muscle spasm for smooth muscle, especially the uterus. Interchangeable with Black Haw (Viburnum prunifolium).
    • Dong Quai root (Angelica sinensis): Dong Quai increases circulation, which helps to bring in fresh healthy blood to remove excess tissue growth, heal tissue damage, limit scar tissue and adhesion formation. Healthy circulation ensures healthy natural cleansing of the body as well. Proper circulation is required to remove toxins, dead tissue, diseased tissue, metabolic waste from our bodies. This is very important for women with uterine fibroids.
    • Ginger root (Zingiber officinale): Anti-inflammatory. Increases circulation, which also helps to reduce inflammation. Supports proper digestion, very important for inflammatory and estrogen dominant conditions . Reduction in inflammation reduces pain.
    • Maca root (Lepidium meyenii): Supports endocrine system function for overall hormonal balance support.
    • Motherwort aerial parts (Leonurus cardiaca): A powerful herb that brings quick relief to women who have painful periods. This herb is very effective at reducing uterine muscle spasm, cramping and improving uterine tone. Motherwort has been found to mildly stimulate the uterus, while also aiding the uterus to work efficiently
    • Red Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus): Raspberry leaf works to tone the uterine muscles and normalize blood flow during menses. This is one of the best normalizing herbs for the female reproductive organs. Raspberry leaf is astringent, contracting and shrinking internal and external body tissues. May help prevent hemorrhage excessive bleeding. One of the best herbs for uterine health.
    • Shepherd’€™s purse, aerial parts (Capsella bursa-pastoris): Astringent used to reduce acute heavy or abnormal menstrual bleeding. Supports normal tissue growth.
    • Vitex also known as Chaste Tree Berry, berry (Vitex agnus-castus): Vitex supports hormonal balance in the body by having an effect on the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis (hormonal feedback loop). Supportive of hormonal balance and normalizing for the reproductive system as a whole.
    • White Peony root (Paeonia lactiflora): Used in TCM to increase iron levels in women with menorrhagia, combines well with Dong Quai. Moves the blood in the pelvic area, good for uterine stagnation including conditions such as uterine fibroids.
    • Yarrow, aerial parts (Achillea millefolium): It promotes circulation, yet is extremely astringent, stopping excessive blood flow. Works well for a boggy, weak uterus. Yarrow aids in toning the muscles of the uterus

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Comments

  1. Nancy

    can somebody that took the uterine fibroid drugs made by Catholics still conceive immediately?

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Nancy. A lot of times, the PAX Herbal medicine they make helps stabilise hormones essential for conception, so sometimes the answer to your question would be yes :good:

      1. Fola

        Hello Nicole , thanks for the great info! My question is can someone without uterine fibroid, but experience hormone imbalance ( not ovulating basically ) take FIB also?

  2. Mis

    I find this post very interesting and helpful. kindly help with the local Nigerian names , where to get them and dosage.

    Hooked to your site Nic.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Awww, thanks Mis hun :hugs:. I really appreciate it. I have also been trying to investigate the local Nigerian versions/alternatives of/to these herbs, and will revert as soon as I find them :good:

  3. Emmanuella Nneka

    Am a silent follower of ur sweet page that has done a lot of good to ladies out there.
    Pls, am a modernized village lady. Could u pls help me with where I can get those aforementioned herbals.
    Thank u. #smiles#

    1. Nicole Post author

      Thanks so much, dear Emmanuella :hugs:.

      LOL at modernised village girl :haha:. If that’s the case, all of us are the same oh…lol! But you and Mis have given me an assignment now. I am off to research the local alternatives to some of these herbs and will get back to you a.s.a.p!

  4. Ejiro

    Hi Nicole
    Thanks for helping other TTC people like us am really hooked to your blog. I have intramural fibroids about 5cm and just had an unsuccessful I find cycle last week. Although the doctor says its in the cavity and shouldn’t disturb implantation I just want to take out time and try on my own for now and also see if I can reduce it via herbs. How can I get the contact if the herbs done by the catholic monks. I am in lagos thanks.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Ejiro. Awww, thanks my dear!l I buy the solution made by the monks (FIB Solution) at the Catholic Church near my house (Saint Anthony’s, Gbaja, Surulere…they sell it in their bookshop[). You can also reach their distributors on 0805 773 9354, 0803 546 4733, 0703 453 7915, 0818 999 0701.

      So sorry about your failed cycle. It might be a good idea to try on your own, and see how it goes. The FIB solution is also good for hormonal regulation, so you just never know. Good luck hun :hugs:

  5. Angel

    Wow…so good to have come across your site…How do I become a member

  6. Nicole Post author

    Hi Angel. Just click on Register in the top right corner of your screen hun :good: We’d love to have you :friends:

  7. Emmanuella Nneka

    Dear big sister Nicole, what is the herbs FIB for. Does it help in ovulation and in people that have pcos.
    Pls enlighten me. Thank u.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Emmanuella. It helps with hormonal issues, and most especially fibroid management. You can contact them on any of these numbers 0805 773 9354, 0803 546 4733, 0703 453 7915, 0818 999 0701

  8. Saira

    Hi Nicole, for how long can I take the FIB solution before it dissolves the fibroid completely? I’m getting married in October & I have a 5cm submucosal fibroid. Can it dissolve it in 2 months cos I want to get pregnant soon after the wedding. Also can a pregnant woman take the fibroid solution? I just started the treatment today using FERMA, FIB & Mistletoe Tea.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hello Saira. I don’t think the FIB solution dissolves fibroids completely. It degenerates them a great deal, but don’t expect it to fully dissolve it. It reduces them to a more manageable size. And I wouldn’t recommend a pregnant woman to take the solution.

      But keep taking the solution dear, and by October, it would have greatly reduced in size. Good luck with the wedding preps :wedding:

  9. Rinsola

    Hi nicole thank you for the post really informative.
    Have recently been diagnosed with endometriosis and i see you listed to herbs to help treat. Kindly help with info on how to get this herbs in lagos. Really need all the help i can get.
    Thank you

  10. modupe

    Love U guys a lot…. Very informative. Am a TTC of 10months now. Not yet diagnosed and can I use the FIB solution if I possibly get it around here in Ayobo, Lagos

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi there Modupe. Thanks hun. We pray you get your :bfp: soon. I would absolutely recommend the FIB solution. I get mine somewhere in Surulere. Where is Ayobo, hun?

      1. Ayoola Yemi

        Hi Nichole,
        Thanks for the knowledge you shared with us. You said that you got your own FIB solution somewhere in Surulere, can you please give the address because I stays in Surulere. Thanks and God bless you. Yemi

  11. Margaret

    Hello dear…very informative site.. pls. Do u hv herbs to unblock tubes? Pls respond… thank you!

  12. Richy

    Pleaseeeeee! What is d local name of the herbs and were can i get them. I need to tackle this recurrent miscarriage. Please help a soul, Sisters.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Richy dear, we are working on trying to get the local names. A lot of them are available, but it’s so hard to match what is what. Hopefully, we’ll have the answers soon :good:

  13. Bos

    I tried Vitex but it made my cycle disappear, I got organic Maca from Amazon and i must say it is truly as good as they claim it is. My period increased – i was having scanty periods more like spotting, since maca i have regular full periods no more scanty. I have always taken evening primose capasule for my skin so its part of my routine, dont know if that has done much but Maca!!! 5 stars for me!!!!!

  14. kenny

    HI, I just joined TTC group with urine fibroid, which drugs can you recommend for me?

  15. Elechi

    pls how can I get you product. I leave in Abuja. Do you have a representative there..

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Elechi. We don’t sell products, but could point you in the right direction. Which one are you interested in?

  16. clara

    Hi Elechi u can get pax products from the bookshop at pope john paul center at wuse 2 in abuja

  17. clara

    The place is beside jevinik restaurant in wuse 2

  18. Chinenye Chukeueze

    Love the information but can you teach us how to combine those herbs for cure?

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Chinenye, we’re not really experts when it comes to herbal medication, but whatever combination would be dependent on your own particular issue. Have you been diagnosed with any?

      1. Chinenye Chukwueze.

        Thanks for the reply, yes I have fibroid can you send local remedies and a good food supplement and where to get it.

  19. ify

    Thanks Nicole for this site. I can’t thank you enough. God bless you. Pls is there a way to subscribe to your blog and get updates often. It breaks me to miss out on any post. Pls what’s the local name for Maca. Have being searching for that herbs and possibly where to get it in Lagos.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Ify. Aww, thanks so much :hugs:. We are working on including that notification function for the site. As for maca, not sure of the local name, but you might be able to find it at some of these stores that sell exotic fruits and vegetables. I think So Fresh Neighbourhood Market, located at 92 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, might stock it.

  20. Chinenye Chukwueze.

    I have sent some comment thinking I will get a reply but have not seen any. Please can u sent a natural medicine for fibroid and how to prepare it. Please can you give me a good supplement to use and where to get them. Thanks

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Chinenye, I always recommend Pax Herbal’s FIB solution, and you can reach their representative on 0805 773 9354, 0803 546 4733, 0703 453 7915, 0818 999 0701

  21. Leticia

    Pls i also want to know Ghanaian names of the herbs

  22. Oluwakemi

    Hi Leticia, we will see if we can get you that, but we don’t you go along with the English names first and see what you get in Ghana.

  23. Roxy

    Very insightful post. I see this was posted July 2015, please tell me u c gotten the local names @nicole. I will check so fresh for maca. Thank you

  24. Tolulope

    This is more than nice. I need to state that I adore you.Silently, we suffer due to ignorance. Your gut to come up with this and it’s outline is commendable. I like your sincerity as well! Please,put the Yoruba names and I promise to ask for further clarification as the need may arises. Thanks and stay blessed.

  25. Oluwakemi

    Hi Tolulope, we are working on getting those names to you soon. Just watch this space.

  26. Eucharia

    I’m really appreciative of the fact that I came across a site like this one. Dear Nicole may God bless you for your sincerity on this matter. I am going to give it a trial with the numbers you listed down. I am living in Abuja. I pray it works for me… Fibroid and lack of ovulation is my case.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Awww Eucharia, we’re so glad you found us as well :hugs:. God bless you plenty hun! Give them a try…God willing, you will get great results. Do you have any major symptoms, as it sounds like a hormonal issue.

  27. Maryam

    Thanks so much for this information. I have been battling with hormonal imbalance for years now and now my period has stopped. I really need to conceive to save my marriage please help me out.

    1. Nicole Post author

      So sorry to read this, Maryam. Have you run a hormone profile blood test? Do you know which of the hormones you might have an excess/deficiency of?

      1. Maryam

        Yes I did, I was even place on progesterone injection for some time

        1. Nicole Post author

          Did your periods return when you were on progesterone? Have you ever had a Clomid cycle?

  28. Maryam

    Yes, I had clomid cycle treatment for six months

  29. chibuzor

    Hi nicole, is the drug one or is it mixture of drugs? Cos I went to get it from one catholic church but the man I met gave me combination of drugs, and pls how much is it to be sure I am getting the right drug. Tnx

  30. NG

    Well done Nicole. I just found out about our site and I must say well done. However as regards Pax herbal drugs, I would suggest they consult the Rev Farher in charge in person of Rev Father Anselm Adodo. He would then recommend the appropriate drugs for them to take as some other underlying factor could be responsible for fertility issues. I wouldn’t recommend people just taking the herbs without proper consultation.

    1. Nkechi

      Please how do I get the Rev Fr number and how do I get the drugs I am in Awka Anambra state

  31. Philip

    Hi Nicole, I appreciate ur concern. What harbal drug can one take to cure quick ejaculation and to b able last long in bed. Thanks

  32. Hope

    Hi Nicole I thank God for you and your blog. From the way people react you can see that you are a blessing to all. God bless you. My case is just like Maryam’s. I would love to go see the Father at Edo but cannot for now. I have a soon to be 10 year old child and have not been able to have another because of hormonal imbalance. I had my period twice for the past 2 years. The last one was in February this year. I am just tired and afraid of taking anymore oyibo medicine. so is there any rep of Pax I can talk to in Lagos to get the right combination of drugs for me?

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Hope. Thanks for your kind words :hugs:. Kemi is right. If you call any of those numbers, they should be able to point you in the right direction :yes:

  33. Oluwakemi

    Hi Hope @hopeful. I think you should call the number above first to see, if you can meet one of their reps in Lagos. Baby dust to you.

  34. Feisha

    Just came across this site. I live in Ikoroduttc for 11 months. Diagnosed with it rune fibroid,where in Ikorodu or nearest place cam I get any of these herbs mentioned. Also where can I get maca and vitex roots,are they at healthplus too or its the supplements?

    Thanks

    1. Oluwakemi

      Hi Feisha, yes, you can try the pharmacies for Maca and the supplements. If you check through the comments on this article, you will get the number for PAX herbals, call and the numbers and book an appointment to see them. Baby dust to you.

  35. gift

    you guys are blessing to many ladies in our generation, kudos to you all, years back i was diagnose of fibroid, cycst and tube blockage and my doctor recommend an operation . but i am afriad to do it, i need you to describe for me what herbs and how to use them. please help me to save my marriage cos i’ve been searching since 23yrs.

    1. Oluwakemi

      Hi Gift, so sorry about your long wait for baby. Kindly look through the comments for some herbs that has worked to some people. You can try the castor oil therapy too, find the link here; http://thefertilechickonline.com/groups/team-one-tubers/forum/topic/how-to-use-castor-oil-therapy-to-unblocked-fallopian-tubes/ While using the herbs, please do tell your doctor about it.

      Where your doctor’s recommendation is concerned, it might not be such a bad idea to give it a try, considering the number of years you have waited.
      Godspeed to you Gift.

  36. Bosa

    Hello, Awesome post! great work you’re doing. I came across this page while searching for where to find mugwort in Lagos, Do you by chance know any where?

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi there Bosa! I think we actually need to investigate these names, @oluwakemine. We’ll do so and get back to you dear :yes:

  37. Ebere

    @ Nicole the fib solution is it a mixed concoctions or just one herbal drug, and secondly for how long do u tink one can take it to cure hormone inbalance, thirdly my location is ph, how or where can I get it. Tnks

    1. Nicole Post author

      Ebere hun, as much as I have my own ideas/opinions about what’s in the FIB solution and how long it should be taken, it might be best to speak with them directly. Here’s their number hun 0805 773 9354, 0803 546 4733, 0703 453 7915, 0818 999 0701

  38. OLAJIDE Yusuf

    most of the herbs above are not Nigerian plants and so getting their local names may be difficult but however there are many herbal substitutes in Nigerian that can perform the above functions effectively. its always wise to visit the experience herbalists for enquiries as many herbs look alike if you are not experience in plant identification you might use the wrong herbs which may be toxic or will not give you the desired result

  39. Itunu

    Your Comment…@Nicole and @ oluwakemi, vitex messed up my cycle, I have normal 27_28 days cycle, but the month I started vitex I
    had almost every day spotting and started to see red blood on the 18th day of my cycle. I was trying to work on my high prolactin using the vitex, but I was sad with the result. Kindly advice. More so I can’t remember my login details again to the Web. Anyway out?

    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Itunu. Oh dear, really? Sometimes, these herbs can throw our hormones of balance. Did you try it again after that cycle? Maybe your body was trying to adjust and re-balance? As for your login details, please e-mail me at contactus@thefertilechickonline.com and I’ll reset it for you :yes:

  40. jok

    Your Comment…thank u for d post, pls where to get d herbs am in Akure.

    1. Oluwakemi

      Hi Jok, you should be able to get the herbs at your local market, from the sellers of herbs.

  41. lisa

    Hi olajide, please if you know the Nigerian substitutes for the herbs listed above, kindly leave your email address so that people can contact you. thank you

  42. Larry

    Hi Nicole. Thanks for the testimony on Fib solution. My mum went through the stress of buying it for me about 2months ago and i still have it not even attempting to use it cos i no nothing about it. Ive been trying to manage the fibroids and i must confess it hasnt been easy. Im willing to break the seal to try it now but if i may ask, how long do i need to use the solution before seeing changes. My fibroids arw pretty large.

    1. Oluwakemi

      Hi Larry, you should start with a bottle first and see how much improvement you get, in terms of reduction in size of the fibroids and the symptoms you experience, but don’t expect miracles. It’s going to be a gradual process. Meanwhile you could also call the number of the representative in the comment section and they will surely have more information.

    2. Nicole Post author

      Larry dear, I’m glad you’ll give the FIB a chance. It’s surely worth a try. The length of time varies hun…and it might not completely degenerate large fibroids…but just make them more manageable. Good luck hun. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to holler!

  43. Larry

    Thanks Oluwakemi. Will give them a call and keep you posted on improvements.

  44. Ayoola Yemi

    Hi Nichole,
    Thanks for this information and God bless you. You said that you got your own FIB solution somewhere in Surulere. Can you please give the address because I stay in Surulere. Thanks.

  45. SUsan

    Please Nicole, where can we get these herbs in Nigeria…Saw Palmetto, Wild yam,e.t.c. Thanks

  46. yetty

    Hi nicole.
    Wonderful site you open for ladies, anyways I have an information of where to get most of these herbs like maca,vitex,dandelion etc. At GNC herbal plus(GNC liveWell limited) shoprite surulere.
    I brought my vitex,evening prime rose and maca there.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Thanks so much Yetty hun! And thanks very much for the useful info! God bless you plenty :heart:

  47. adama yusuf

    Your Comment…Good work, Nicole and Kemi. More grease to your elbows.

  48. agbolahan Awoyemi

    Pls which agbo can I use to solve no sperm cell found in my semen. That’s d medical result. Am married for 3 years and am a man of 37 years. I have never impregnate a lady before

  49. Pearl

    What should I use for uterine adhesion am so worried I also have fallopian tube blockage but I used herbal tampon

  50. Nikki

    Hi Ladies, very informative site. Wanted to know if there is a site or place to get the PAX FIB Solution in the U.S? Also, is there a webpage to find some of the hose herbs already put together in a blend that can be consumed? Thanks much! I have suffered with ovarian cysts and fibroids and will be coming off of BC so I know I will need to detox my system and do something to significantly dissolve or completely shrink the cysts/ fibroids.

    1. Oluwakemi

      Hi Nikki, there are some numbers in this comment section that you can call. They will be able to help you with details of how to get PAX FIB in the US.

  51. Elizabeth Torgbe

    Hello thank you guys so much grateful to be part of the forum pls what of us in Ghana any help as to how to get the drugs

      1. Elizabeth Torgbe

        Pls would love to use the herbal formulas which you bring on every Friday wuld be grateful if i get the numbers of herbal doctor

  52. Anthonia

    Your Comment…i hv bn dignosed wit pcos wit tubal adhesion and antiverted uterus. Ttc 4 2yrs nw,plz can u help wit any solution, doc say i wil go 4 lap and dye surgery bt am afraid it may cause more delay, i hv tried clomid 4 8months and some local herbs. After d local herb treatment i find out that my pid and ovarian cyst disapeared from pelvic scan,then remain no signifant follicles in the ovaries. Took med 4 ovulation afta seen the sizable eggs stil nt conceive. Any help?

    1. Oluwakemi

      Hello Anthonia, I think you should start by making lifestyle changes to help with the PCOS symptoms you are having. Changes in your diet, adoption of a healthier meal options should help. On the other, doing more investigations is not a bad idea. And you should put your mind at rest regarding the anteverted uterus part, as most women do have this type of womb, so it’s not necessarily a disadvantage.
      cc:@nicole

  53. joy

    Your Comment…good one. God bless u. please any herb to treat adenomyosis.

  54. vivien

    Hello, pls what herb or fruit can i use. My period doesnt flow well, it’s darkish brown with no smell.

  55. Dee-Dee

    Hello! I have been diagnosed with PCOS and i’m finding it very difficult. I have changed my diet and I get regular exercise yet my periods are not regular and I cant seem to conceive. I am looking for FIB solution in the UK but I cant find it. Do you know where I can get it? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks :)

    1. Oluwakemi

      Hello Dee-Dee, PCOS is challenging to deal with but people have conceived even with a PCOS diagnosis. For starters, in the comment section of this post, you will find the contact details of the FIB solution, they should be able to help with how you can get it in the UK. Meanwhile, FIB is mostly used in the treatment of fibroids. You can also check the blog today for an article that will help.

  56. Mimi

    Hello. My husband and I had been ttc for 7 years. We had a mc 4.5 years earlier and then I had a myomectomy 3 months later. Since then it’s been one treatment after another. Even tried an ijaw woman in a dirty shack on stilts. I would sit over a clay pot of steaming herbs with my panties off and at least 3 times, she shoved a concoction that contained alligator pepper up my hoohah! She also gave me herbs soaked in ogogoro. One of them made me so weak, I couldn’t do anything or go anywhere. Eventually I just stopped going there. After paying 80k. This was June to August last year. February this year, we registered at Eko fertility centre in Eko hospital and after running tests, they said IVF was our only chance at conceiving. They also said the fibroids had grown back. I have refused IVF all these years for personal/religious reasons. In April I was surfing the net and stumbled across this thread. In May, I visited pax clinic. I took CCH solution, formula E, annona tea, white powder and FIB solution. To God be the glory, I had my last period in June! I had an ultrasound at 10 weeks and doc confirmed twins! I know this is God at work, but I want to express my profound gratitude to you. May God grant all your heart’s desires. Amen. Thank you so much xxx

    1. Oluwakemi

      MIMI!!!!! Congratulations!!!! Woow, this is awesome news and thank you for sharing mama Ejima. God is merciful to you oh and may HE show mercy to many others, who are looking for a miracle like yours.
      cc: @nicole

      1. Mimi

        AMEN! Sometimes I sit in wonder. It’s just like magic. After all the tears, the pain from different treatments. My prayers are with every woman here waiting for her miracle. Once again, THANK YOU @ Nicole et Kemi. Women like you are a real blessing ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    2. Nicole Post author

      Oh my goodness! This is AWESOME NEWS!!! Huge congratulations to you, Mimi! To God be all the glory!!!! So happy for you, hun! May you have a smooth and blissful pregnancy, and a safe delivery to those two gorgeous gifts from God :heart: :cloud9:

  57. Mimi

    My only concern now is that one of the fibroids has grown quite large; more than 10cm and it is causing major discomfort. I went to pax clinic today and was told that because I’m pregnant, I can’t take anything. So I have to endure. I’m praying and trusting that God gets me through it because already, I will do anything for my little miracles. I pray that every one here praying and hoping for her miracle gets a big surprise from the Almighty.

    1. Nicole Post author

      My dear, don’t worry about it. My bestie had a fibroid almost the size of her baby with her first pregnancy. Not only did she have a smooth delivery, she went on to conceive baby #2 with it, and hasn’t even removed it till now. But that said, your doctor needs to monitor you closely. Are you in Lagos? Dr. Smith of Smith Medical is great with handling pregnancies with fibroids. One of our members used him, had a smooth delivery, and is even expecting her 2nd child now :yes:

      1. Mimi

        Thank you Nicole for your kind wishes. Yes I’m in Lagos. Maryland. Pls where is Smith medical?

        1. Nicole Post author

          Mimi dear, it’s in Surulere. No 8,Afric road off Funsho williams Avenue( Western Avenue), Olaleye Estate, Iponri…to be precise. I’d strongly advise it :yes:

          1. Mimi

            Great! 😁 My gynae is in surulere too. I’ll definitely go there this week. Thanks Nicole. I love you!

  58. Milolaruby

    Hi mimi , I Congratulations 🎊 on your bfp, praying you have a healthy 9mnths.
    Please can anyone help me with the address of the pax clinic,would be very grateful. Thank you.

    1. Mimi

      @Milolaruby thank you! ♥️
      Pax clinic is at 74A Sir Michael Otedola Crescent, off Joel Ogunnaike Street, Ikeja. The 2nd street after country club. Be careful though, the entrance to the street can be easily missed. The next consultation days are September 21 and 22. All the best!

  59. Mimi

    You’re welcome. I’ll do anything I can to help.

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