Fibrovera for Uterine and Hormonal Health

During the month of March, the healthcare community focuses its attention on raising awareness for Endometriosis, a disease that affects an estimated one in ten women worldwide. Endometriosis is one of many frustrating uterine issues that women suffer from that disrupt menstruation, fertility, reproductive function, and well-being. A number of health problems that women experience are linked to an imbalance in estrogen levels. Factors such as genetics, underlying ailments, diet, and even certain products that women frequently use such as oral contraceptives, makeup, and skin or hair care products can influence estrogen activity [1]. Various chemicals that are used to produce specific types of food can alter estrogen production as well [2].  

A particularly burdensome issue linked to estrogen imbalance that many women struggle with is the excessive growth of fibrous tissue outside of the uterus [3]. Estrogen dominance, which refers to excessive amounts of estrogen, is quite common among women who are struggling with fibrin and fibrous protein tissue growth [3]. High estrogen levels subsequently cause additional hormonal imbalances (e.g., progesterone) that alter reproductive health and lead to persistent discomfort. In a desire to help women dealing with these issues, the experts at Arthur Andrew Medical developed Fibrovera, an all-natural blend of enzymes, herbs, vitamins, and minerals that supports women’s health. The ingredients in this nutritional supplement were chosen based on clinically-supported evidence that demonstrates their ability to help promote healthy estrogen levels while enhancing progesterone production [5-7].

One of the powerful ingredients in this supplement is diindolylmethane (DIM), which is a beneficial compound that supports the breakdown of excess estrogen [4]. Another active ingredient called dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), boosts the synthesis of progesterone [5]. This is an especially beneficial property because research shows that increased progesterone levels help sustain the optimal balance of hormones [5, 6]. Progesterone supplementation has also been shown to enhance the effectiveness of hormone replacement therapy and therefore may benefit women who are receiving this treatment [7]. Another issue related to high estrogen levels is the excessive production of thick, sticky mucus in the uterus [8]. This can lead to frustrating menstrual problems and disrupt reproductive health. This harmful mucus is typically made up of a protein called fibrin. Fibrovera consists of several enzymes, including serrapeptase, nattokinase, bromelain, papain, and protease, that break down fibrin, and therefore, support the removal of this thick mucus [9-12]. In particular, as the powerful enzymes begin to dissolve the fibrin proteins, the body can more easily excrete the smaller mucus particles that are left.

Fibrovera also contains herbs such as black cohosh and don quai, which help target menstrual issues such as cramping, headaches, hot flashes, mood swings, and irritability due to their muscle-relaxing properties [13, 14].

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Another product that supports healthy hormone levels for women dealing with issues related to estrogen dominance is Proferia, a topical progesterone cream. This high-quality cream heightens progesterone production in women who are experiencing frustrating uterine issues or menstrual difficulties due to hormonal imbalances. Research shows that topical progesterone can be efficiently absorbed through the skin and delivered to different parts of the body [15].

A number of women who have used Proferia cream have reported an improvement of menstrual complications, and those who did not experience the desired benefits often noticed improvement after adding Fibrovera to their diet. Therefore, both of these products offer women useful alternatives to hormone replacement approaches for common issues.

Overall, the specific blend of research-based ingredients in Fibrovera and Proferia help the body restore the proper balance of hormones naturally. They also support natural healing processes that can help women benefit from easier menstruation and fewer issues related to common uterine problems. Women who start taking Fibrovera and using Proferia regularly can experience long-term health benefits that truly heighten their quality of life.


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