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What is Endometriosis?

The lining of your uterus is made up endometrial tissues. During ovulation the endometrial tissues builds up and thicken to prepare for pregnancy. However if no pregnancy occur, they will breakdown during menses and exit the body.

Endometriosis is a condition where this endometrial tissues grows abnormally outside the uterus. These endometrial tissues can get attached to ovaries, pelvic ligaments, fallopian tubes or even other abdominal cavities such as the bladder, bowels etc.

When these endometrial tissues that are outside the uterus bleed during menses, the blood becomes trapped and unable to escape. This leads to inflammation and severe period pain. Over time, they accumulate causing the development of scar tissues also known as adhesions.

Adhesions are fibrous-like bands causing structures and organs to stick to one another. When these structures and organs abnormally stick to one another, it causes obstruction of regular function of an organ, such as block the fallopian tube or even displace the entire organ.

Endometriosis Symptoms

Some of the more common endometriosis symptoms include:

  • Painful menstrual period before and during menses
  • Pain during and/or after sexual intercourse
  • Lower back pain during menses
  • Diarrhoea or constipation during menses
  • Bloating
  • Pain while urinating and defecating during menses.
  • Heavy bleeding or bleeding between periods
  • Other symptoms such as fatigue and nausea

How Does Endometriosis Affect Your Fertility

Although endometriosis is not a direct infertility condition, studies has shown about one-third to one-half of women suffering from this condition has problems conceiving.
This is because endometriosis – which leads to the formation of adhesions – commonly occurs in areas which prevents the sperm from meeting the egg (such as the ovary or fallopian tube).
Other ways endometriosis can affect fertility is by causing damage to the egg or the sperm; and also due to an excess of the hormones estrogen. Hormonal balance is crucial for a timely ovulation and menstruation.

How Can Mummy’s Fertility Help You Get Pregnant With Your Endometriosis

Our M.U.M.TM Fertility Massage helps with pain management normally associated with endometriosis. Massage will help with breaking down of the adhesions and scarring present within the abdomen, and removal of these dead cells and toxic buildups to improve circulation in the abdomen areas.

The physical manipulation of massage can help to disintegrate the abnormal links and scarring created between structures, and also clear the passages in the fallopian tubes, or break. This also helps with estrogen clearance, where it increases the circulation into the uterus.

Summary of Benefits of M.U.M.TM Fertility Massage Treatment on Endometriosis:

  • breakdown any adhesions or scaring that may be present in the reproductive system and surrounding organs and structures

  • remove any old stagnant blood and dead cells or tissues to cleanse out your womb

  • loosen any tightness and tension from the surrounding organs or ligaments

  • Improves circulation for an overall stronger and healthier reproductive system


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One of the more common menstrual symptoms that our clients complain of is mild to severe pain/cramps before and during menses. The pain can be so severe that it imapirs their ability to function properly or to go to work.

Although some have been diagnosed with endometriosis, others have the classic symptoms of endometriosis but have never checked with their doctors.

Nevertheless, following our treatment, clients have reported a significant reduction of menstruation pain and a more regular cycle. There is also an improved menses volume and lesser clots.


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“I didn’t want to jinx it, so I didn’t tell you earlier, but I am so happy to share this news with you that I am already in my 3rd Trimester. The IVF transfer was successful and I am so thankful for all your help. I hope you are still available for my postnatal massage!”

“I am so glad that finally my egg quality has improved tremendously and increased in number and size. Now my Doctor is just ready waiting to ‘catch’ them for fertilisation”