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HERBAL REMEDY FOR ANOVULATION OR LACK OF OVULATION

WHAT IS OVULATION?
Ovulation is the stage of the menstrual cycle during which a mature egg is released from the ovary into the fallopian tube and is available for fertilization. Usually an egg is released for ovulation cycle and the egg can survive for 12 to 24 hours after leaving the ovary. If the sperm does not fertilize the egg during this period, the egg disintegrates and gets absorbed into the uterine lining.


WHAT IS ANOVULATION?
Anovulation is the non-release of eggs. It means that a woman is not ovulating; she does not release an egg each month. A woman can have "bleeding" each month but that does not necessarily mean she is ovulating. In anovulation, if the bleeding occurs at the same time each month (making her think it is  menstruation) it is actually break-through bleeding caused by low oestrogen. Most women will have no bleeding.


REASONS FOR ANOVULATION:
* Breast-feeding
* Excessive weight gain or loss
* Illness
* Quitting birth control pills or shots
* Strenuous exercise
* Stress


HOW TO KNOW IF YOU ARE NOT OVULATING
You can discover if you are not ovulating on your own by charting your fertility signs. The basal body temperature will be very erratic - with temperature jumping all over the charts. You will not see a definite rise when ovulation should have occurred. With no upward shift in the temperature to identify ovulation, you can assume that you are anovulatory.


HERBAL REMEDY
If you are trying to get pregnant, the discovery of anovulation can be devastating. However, with herbal remedies, ovulation can be brought back and the desired pregnancy can happen.
 For a gift of N24,950  we will prepare and send you the remedy. A detailed advice on how to safely derive maximum health benefits from its use will also be provided.

Please, note that after confirmation of payment from our bank, a period of ten days would be required to prepare and send the remedy to you. 

NAIRA ACCOUNT: 
Achunine Chidebe
Account Number 3041601582
First Bank.



Warm regards!

Chidebe. 

 chidebe26@gmail.com,
 +234-8037108507
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