Primrose Oil and Early Pregnancy

Primrose Oil and Early Pregnancy

Primrose Oil has long been a trusted natural fertility aide, found in the primrose wildflower. Primrose oil is a popular natural fertility treatment, and it is often used in early pregnancy to help some of the most common discomforts and problems. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Primrose oil benefits

Primrose oil is usually sold in either oil capsules or tablet form. Some of the issues that Primrose Oil can help with are breast pain, headaches, stomach and back pain. Some doctors recommend that their patients begin taking Primrose Oil before conceiving.

This is because it has been shown to improve the quality of cervical mucus, making it easier to get pregnant. Some doctors swear by it, recommend it to their patients, and suggest that they then continue to take it all the way up through delivering. That is how confident some doctors are in the benefits of Primrose Oil.

Later stages of pregnancy

While helping to relieve some of the minor aches and pains of early pregnancy, Primrose Oil is even more beneficial during the later stages of pregnancy. It can help soften the cervix and prepare it for pregnancy. Primrose Oil can help to make labor shorter and more comfortable. In the later stage of pregnancy Primrose Oil can even help to start contractions and bring on labor.

Many women swear by it as a way to naturally jump start labor and even make the process of giving birth shorter. If you are suffering from pre-eclampsia or pregnancy induced hypertension, studies also show that Primrose Oil can help with that as well! It really is a medicine for all problems indeed!

Popular throughout pregnancy

There are a ton of women out there who swear by Primrose Oil to help them through rough spots in both early and late pregnancy. I have even heard that some women think it works better than the old wives tale of using castor oil to bring on labor!

I don’t know about you, but I would much rather take a capsule than try to drink that nasty stuff. One of the reasons that it is so popular is because it is natural, and comes from a flower. You don’t have to worry about putting any harmful chemicals or drugs in your system when it comes to Primrose Oil.

It is also readily available over the counter in most drug stores, and is super inexpensive at around $8 a bottle. If you are interested in using Primrose Oil to help you in your pregnancy, ask your doctor what he or she thinks about using it for your particular case.

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Lindsey Zaldivar
Lindsey Zaldivar | ConceiveEasy
Lindsey lives in Roselle, Illinois with her husband and son Harry. In between keeping up with a busy toddler, she enjoys blogging about parenting, cooking, crafting at The Accidental Wallflower.