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      • Hi Takieshia, thanks for getting in touch. Steaming can help reverse tubal ligation when the tubes have been cut and cauterised/burnt – as the steam dissolves the scar tissue that forms as a consequence of this – and it is this scar tissue that blocks the tubes and prevents eggs from travelling up them and, if fertilised, from implanting in the womb. But the scar tissue from both ends of the cut tubes would have to be broken down and then the egg would have to successfully traverse the gap left between the 2 ends of the tube. So whilst it is totally possible to reverse the procedure in this way (which is why I do warn women with tubal cauterisation that steaming could reverse this method of birth control), it isn’t guaranteed this will necessarily enable you to fall pregnant. But yes, steaming certainly can break down scar tissue like this – and I would recommend daily steaming for at least 10-15 minutes per day, probably for about 3 months, in order to get results. If you are keen on doing something like this, I do offer bulk herbs at a better price, so just let me know if that is something you would be interested in and I will email you details. Thanks Takieshia! Love, Juliet xx

        • Alejandra Perez

          Hello Julie,

          I’m very interested in becoming pregnant after my tubes being burn. Can you please tell me what I need to know to have this happen?

          Thank you

          • Hi Alejandra,
            Thanks for getting in touch.
            Yoni steaming can help with untying tubes – particularly if your tubes were cauterised/burned in order to “tie” them.  
            When fallopian tubes are tied using cauterisation (burning), this causes scar tissue to form – effectively blocking the tubes.  In such an instance, then steaming can, indeed, help to “untie” them. This is because steam “dissolves” the scar tissue – and is also why, if women have had this procedure, they need to be very aware of steam’s ability to do this before they steam (and use an additional form of contraception if they do decide to steam regardless but do not wish to fall pregnant). It also explains why it is so useful for breaking down scar tissue around vaginal/vulval tears or episiotomy/C-section scars. 
            When tubes are “tied” using a clip or a ring, then yoni steaming is highly unlikely to reverse the procedure.
            The blend you should use is very dependent on how long your cycle is, as well as a few other factors.  For those women whose cycle is 28 days or longer, Cleansing is the best blend to use – and steaming sessions can be long (30-45 minutes, using an electric hotplate under the pot to keep steam coming – as long as no IUD fitted, in which case only steam for 10 minutes).  You need to look at daily steaming for between 1-3 months – so it’s quite a commitment.  I do sell bulk herbs for such a protocol, which makes them a bit more affordable – so do let me know if you’d like details of those.  
            Women with 28 days + cycles, who also experience a lot of heat in the body (ie always the warmest in bed!), may prefer to use my Cooling blend instead. – but same protocol as above.    
            Women with 28 days + cycles, who also experience chronic or recurring yeast or bacterial infections, may prefer to use my Purifying blend instead – but same protocol as above.  
            For women with shorter cycles – ie 27 days or less – a gentler approach is required.  First of all, the Soothing blend should be used, and only short (10 minute) daily steaming sessions should be undertaken.  Careful monitoring of cycle length and bleeding is then required – and if cycles start to shorten even more, or bleeding becomes very heavy, then steaming every other day – or even as little as once a week – is advised.  Any positive results re “untying” of tubes, may then take a lot longer – but adding to the uterine fatigue already present in women with short cycles, by over-stimulating the uterus’ natural cleansing process due to steaming too frequently, is clearly to be avoided.  So slow and steady would be the approach here.
            I really hope this helps – but do let me know if you’ve got any more questions. xx

    • Hi Tina, thanks for getting in touch. If your tubes were tied using cauterisation or any method that has caused scar tissue to form (effectively blocking the tubes), then steaming can, indeed, help to “untie” them. This is because steam “dissolves” the scar tissue – and is also why, if women have had this procedure, they need to be very aware of steam’s ability to do this before they steam (and use an additional form of contraception if they do decide to steam regardless but do not wish to fall pregnant). It also explains why it is so useful for breaking down scar tissue around vaginal/vulval tears or episiotomy/C-section scars. But if your tubes were closed shut using a clip or a ring, then yoni steaming is highly unlikely to reverse the procedure. xx

  1. Noni

    Hi i want to concieve and i have bought yoni steaming. Please advise when is the right time to steam and when should i have sex after steaming in order fir my cervix to open for the sperm.

    Thank you

    • Hi Noni, thanks for getting in touch. If trying to conceive, I would suggest steaming for 3 days in a row from the day after your period finishes, and then steaming on Day 8 of your cycle once again. Do not steam past Day 10, as ovulation can occur as early as this. Days 10-17 are the best days to to have sex on if you wish to fall pregnant – and your cervix will open on its own during ovulation, so you don’t need steam for that to happen. Only steam again if you aren’t pregnant, the day after your next period again. All the best! xx

  2. Cynthiaaa

    Can you yoni steam while on the birth control shot but this is my last shot it’s wearing off is it good to steam?

    • Hi Cynthiaaa 🙂 Yes you can. It won’t affect a birth control injection at all – but will increase lubrication if suffering from birth control-induced vaginal dryness. As well as bringing all of its other benefits too – all of which will be greatly increased as the level of artificial hormones are reduced in your body. A great time to start steaming! xx

    • Hi Aliyah, I would recommend steaming right away – as long as it feels comfortable to do so. Steam is sterile and, with the right herbs, can only help with healing the operation – and creating the right uterine environment in which to conceive. Check out https://www.yonieggs.co.za/yoni-steaming for more details on the different herb blends I offer (and if you are outside of South Africa, let me know and I will try and direct you to a good herb supplier closer to home). xx

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