Adhesions/Scar Tissues: The 3 Major Causes and the Way Out Explained

Adhesions/Scar Tissues: The 3 Major Causes and the Way Out Explained

Adhesions/scar tissues are one of the major causes of infertility, miscarriages and menstrual irregularities in women today. It is not peculiar to any race or colour and the population of women affected is really unimaginable.

So, if you are affected by any of the three cases mentioned above, caused by adhesions/scar tissues, you need to pay attention to the content of this write-up. Everything you need to know about adhesion and scar tissue as well as how to overcome it.

What you will learn in this write-up includes;

  • What adhesions and scar tissues are
  • The 3 major causes of adhesions/scar tissues
  • Effects of Adhesions on the menstrual flow
  • Effects of adhesions on pregnancy
  • How adhesions and scar tissues lead to infertility
  • Why surgery is dangerous for removing adhesions/scar tissues – case studies inside
  • Organic remedy for adhesions/scar tissues that restores regular monthly flow as well as fertility

After helping hundreds of women overcome infertility caused by adhesions/scar tissues for over 7 years by using only organic substances, our mother company (Plan B Wellness Limited) has decided to dedicate the whole of this website (, for issues concerning all forms of pelvic adhesions, scar tissues and other related matters only.

We have decided to do this after discovering that adhesions are increasingly becoming a leading cause of infertility among women of child-bearing age, all over the world.

Currently, we serve women in different countries around the world and all the data we get indicate that special attention needs to be paid to the issues of adhesions. Especially in the area of awareness creation as well as the options available in overcoming adhesions/scar tissues with proven results and no adverse effects.

One of such ways we are doing our bit is through an educational write-up like this. We hope you get the best out of it in overcoming adhesions and infertility in general.

We can’t wait to have your testimony!

What are Adhesions/Scar Tissues?

Pelvic adhesions

Adhesions are bands of scar tissues that can cause internal organs to be stuck together when they are not supposed to.

Normally, internal tissues and organs have slippery surfaces so that they can shift and adjust easily as the body moves but adhesions cause them (tissues and organs) to stick together.

When adhesions are dense, or restrict the normal movements of internal organs like the bowels, pain can result.

What are Pelvic Adhesions?

what are pelvic adhesions

Pelvic adhesions are bands of scar tissue that may cause internal organs in or near the pelvic region to stick to one another. This includes the:

  • Uterus
  • Ovaries
  • Fallopian tubes
  • Bladder
  • Intestines

There are many ways in which different types of adhesions cause the organs to stick together. For example, the uterus may be bound by adhesions/scar tissues to the ovaries, or the adhesions may be intrauterine (strictly within the uterus), in which case the myometrium (uterine muscle) is bound to the opposite uterine wall.

Another common name for adhesion is Asherman’s Syndrome.

Asherman’s Syndrome is an acquired uterine condition that occurs when scar tissues (adhesions) form inside the uterus and/or the cervix.

What Causes Adhesions/Scar Tissues?

1. Surgery

Some of the gynaecological surgeries that can lead to the formation of adhesions are:

  • Caesarean sections (CS)
  • Ovarian cyst removal
  • Uterine myoma (fibroid) removal
  • Tubal ligation reversal surgery
  • Surgical treatment of endometriosis
  • Evacuation (D&C)
  • And many more…

The uterus, ovaries and tubes are more prone to the formation of adhesions/scar tissues after surgery to remove fibroids, an ectopic pregnancy or cysts and after surgery for endometriosis.

Pelvic adhesions also have a higher chance of forming if unhealthy tissue is already present in the pelvic region before surgery.

The individual, the type of surgery (major or minor), the location of the surgery and even the individual’s genes may influence the likelihood of adhesions forming.

NOTE: Should you need surgery at some stage, you should discuss ways of preventing adhesion with your healthcare professional.

Check out some of the images below for how some women had to deal with adhesions/scar tissues after undergoing surgeries;

Surgery complain

Below is another one;


Above are just few of what many women are going through after undergoing one gynaecological surgery or the other. We have many more cases like the ones above reported to us on a daily basis.

2. Certain Diseases

Certain diseases can cause pelvic adhesions to form, such as:

3. Inflammation

Inflammation can also be the cause of pelvic adhesions:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease: a group of chronic intestinal diseases.
  • Appendicitis: inflamed appendix which can be very painful and dangerous.
  • Cholecystitis: inflammation of the gallbladder which holds a digestive fluid.

In addition to the above, other possible causes of pelvic adhesions are;

Surgery as a Solution for Adhesion

There is a common saying that; even surgery to remove adhesions can lead to new adhesions. It can be a vicious cycle. We have shared some case studies with you earlier to confirm this.

So, you might want to be really careful when it comes to undergoing surgery to correct a problem that’s probably caused by surgery in the first place.

Actually, there are some surgical procedures that have been found to cause less adhesion than the others. Some of them are;

  • Laparoscopic surgery (surgery done through several small incisions using a camera) has been known to cause less adhesion formation than laparotomy (surgery through one larger incision without the use of a camera).
  • Microsurgery (surgery using a microscope or magnifying glass, and special surgical technique) leads to less tissue damage and has a lower incidence of adhesion development than the traditional approach.
  • Diagnostic procedures, which only involve a visual inspection of the organ(s), such as a diagnostic hysteroscopy or diagnostic laparoscopy, rarely lead to adhesions.

Natural Remedy to Overcome Adhesions/Scar Tissues

As mentioned earlier, we go the way of natural and organic remedies only. If not for anything, you have the assurance that there wont be any adverse effect by making use of it, unlike a surgical procedure.

Now, when it comes to overcoming adhesions naturally using organic means, a therapy we have used for over 7 years with hundreds of success stories is the Asherman’s Syndrome Remedy Kit that works for all forms of pelvic adhesions.

The Kit contains herbal medicine products that heal scar tissues and inflammations as well as those that work to restore healthy and regular monthly flow, ovulation and many more.

See picture samples of some of the products in the Kit below;

The Kit is an holistic therapy put together by Plan B Wellness Limited with so many success stories as you will see below;

Natural Remedy to Overcome Adhesions

The above woman was told by her doctor that she has 2% chance of ever conceiving again because her uterus (womb) has been seriously damaged due to several surgical procedures carried out, causing adhesions. But then…

Below is another one. Just while using the natural adhesion remedy kit, this woman conceived!

Is there any other way to confirm that healing has taken place?

Natural Remedy to Overcome Adhesions

The therapy comprises of the use of anti-inflammatory herbs, customised home-made organic recipes based on your personality and lifestyle as well as diet control to get rid of scar tissues, restore healthy monthly period and at the same time boost your fertility.

Kindly click on the link below for more details about how the Remedy works and how to get it.

Click here for more details about the Asherman’s Syndrome Remedy Kit.

You can also contact us using the contact details given below.

The remedy works for all forms of pelvic adhesions. This includes intrauterine adhesions, scar tissues in the Fallopian tubes, ovaries and anywhere around the female reproductive system.

Final Note

When it comes to overcoming pelvic adhesions, you should be aware that you have more than just one option. In fact, you should be aware that there are lesser invasive and safer options than surgery.

One of such is the Kit we shared with you above. This Kit has helped hundreds of women in different parts of the world overcome adhesions and boost their fertility.

Lastly, do know that the choice of how you wish to treat yourself for any disease is solely your responsibility. So, make that choice wisely!

All the best to you in your journey to overcoming adhesions.

If you have any question, comment, clarification or contribution, kindly put it in the comment box below. One of our team members will definitely respond to you.

Stay healthy and never give up!

c/o Plan B Wellness Limited


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  1. Mercy mensah
    December 1, 2021

    Hello I have been diagnosed with deep posterior subperitoneal endometriosis at the level of the torus sacral uterine ligament at the level of the Douglas pouch with the infiltration of the posterior vaginal cul de sac and involvement of the rectum / in addition there are adhesions including Fibroid kindly advise

    1. -
      December 1, 2021

      Hello madam,

      Thanks for your message. Kindly reach out to our support team via whatsapp on +2348099666658 or email for free consultation and detailed explanation on what you can do to overcome the issues you stated.


    December 10, 2021

    Please how much is the Asherma remedy

    1. -
      December 16, 2021

      Kindly click here to see see the price and details of how the remedy works.

    December 30, 2021

    How much

    1. -
      February 7, 2022

      Kindly visit to see the price.

  4. Nathaniel
    December 30, 2021

    How much

    1. -
      February 7, 2022

      Kindly visit to see the price.

  5. Lilian treasure
    January 10, 2022

    I did operation 2021April, and I saw my menstruation that April, since then I have not seen it, what do I do

    1. -
      February 7, 2022

      It will be good to see your doctor. He/she will recommend the appropriate test to find out the reason why your period has not been flowing. It is only when that is done that we can come in.


  6. Esther
    January 19, 2022

    Me i had surgery fibroids removed the year 2020 my worry is ihave been trying to conceive but not yet,its know 1yr.what could be problem??

    1. -
      February 7, 2022

      It will be hard to guess what the problem could be. However, visiting your doctor for proper examinations and testing will go a long way to help.


  7. christine
    January 22, 2022

    how can I buy the adhesion kit am in zambia and how much can it cost

    1. -
      February 7, 2022

      Thanks for your comment madam.

      Kindly visit to see the procedure on how to order for kit and also the price.

      For any further assistance, kindly reach out to our support team on +2348099666658 or +2348099666648 on whatsapp.


  8. Diogobest
    February 22, 2022

    I had miscarriage and did D&C in 2021 and since then I have been having pains at the joint between my thighs and the pelvic. The pain increases whenever am ovulating and mensturating although I ve gone for check but nothing was found. I have also be trying to conceive again but since then but no show. Pls what should I do?

    1. -
      February 24, 2022

      Based on your explanation, we will suggest you visit a gynae for proper examination madam.


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  10. Oluwatosin
    February 26, 2022

    Having serious menstrual pains that radiate to the abdomen and anus with vomiting while menstruating be as a result of pelvic adhesion

    1. -
      February 28, 2022

      It is not only pelvic adhesion that can cause this. Some other health issue can cause it too. So, to really be sure of what it might be, kindly visit your gynae for proper testing and examination.

  11. Uzoamaka kalu
    March 2, 2022

    Pls where is office located in Lagos, would like to your office and have a discussion with your consultant.

    1. -
      March 8, 2022

      53, Governor’s Road, Chief R. O. Oyeneyin Plaza, Anisere Bus Stop, Ikotun, Lagos


  12. Salome
    March 8, 2022

    Please where is your location in Abuja and the cost of the kit

    1. -
      March 8, 2022

      Our office is in Lagos. We do send our Kits down to Abuja (directly to your doorstep) via courier and we offer payment on delivery. Click here for the price and other details about the remedy kit.

      For any further clarirification, kindly reach out to our support team on whatsapp.


  13. Rose Gyang
    March 9, 2022

    Please how can I get it am from Jos and how much is it

    1. -
      March 9, 2022

      Thanks for your comment madam. Kindly click here to see the price and other important details such as how the remedy works and how to order for it.
      If you need any further clarifications or questions, do not hesitate to contact us.


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  16. Mercy
    March 16, 2022

    I was diagnosed with ovarian cyst, can it be treated without any surgery?

    1. -
      March 16, 2022

      Yes, ovarian cyst can be treated without surgery. Kindly visit to see the remedy.

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  19. maureen
    April 20, 2022

    pls can this drug treat fibroid. i also have pelvic pains no menstration and have not given birth.
    Got married for over 21years. pls help me out

    1. -
      April 22, 2022

      This works for adhesion per se. There is a separate remedy for fibroid and you can get more details about it by clicking here.

  20. maureen
    April 20, 2022

    Am 50 years and the doctor told me i have entered menopause .though i was diagonised of this pelvic adhesion pls just tell me what to do am disturbed

    1. -
      April 22, 2022

      Hello madam and thanks for contacting us. if the doctor has confirmed menopause, there is actually no remedy to bring it back without an adverse effect on your health later. However, if it is just that you menstruation stopped due to adhesion, that can be treated successfully. Do not hesitate to contact us for any further assistance


  21. Adewumi
    April 22, 2022

    I we like to buy your product,because the way am reading this message am happy to hear that I have seen solution to my problem,because everyday of my life since September 21 /2021 I have been in problem with this pelvic,I done 3 abdomen scan 4000 naira each and the last scan is vaginal swab 5000.allmost the same thing,please help me with this pelvic all the time ,am tiyard

    1. -
      April 22, 2022

      Sorry about your experience madam. Kindly let us know what the issue is exactly and how we can be of help.

      Our whatsapp numbers are 08099666658 and 08099666648.


  22. […] Additionally, endometrial cells can grow on or into the ovaries and fallopian tubes. They can also attach to other pelvic organs such as the bladder or intestines causing pelvic adhesions. […]

  23. Nassira
    May 7, 2022

    I like your drugs.

    1. -
      May 25, 2022

      Thanks madam

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