Fibrovera is a systemic enzyme and botanical blend designed to support normal hormone levels as well as uterine and breast health.
Directions: Take Fibrovera with 8 oz of water on an empty stomach or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.*
Maintenance: 1 Capsule per day.*
Increased Support: 2 Capsules per day.*
Therapeutic: 3 Capsules per day.*
Warning: Do not take this product without the consent of your physician if you are currently taking anti-coagulants or if you are pregnant or nursing.
When is the best time to take Fibrovera?
For best results, take the product at least one hour prior to eating and/or two hours after a meal.
Can I take Fibrovera with other supplements?
FibroVera can be used safely with other dietary supplements.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Fibrovera help me when I become menopausal?
The Fibrovera formula was specifically formulated to help support many of the symptomatic challenges experienced by women in hormonal transitions. It is well to consider that many of the fluctuations preceding the cessation of menses may begin a full decade before. As many know, symptom clusters may persist many months and even years after the event. We believe that women experiencing difficulty associated with menopause will note substantial improvement with the consistent use of Fibrovera.
Can I take Fibrovera if I am trying to conceive?
Fibrovera does not contain any ingredients that will negatively impact conception. However, if you become pregnant while taking Fibrovera, or are nursing presently, discontinue use and ask your health care provider for advice on how to proceed. We are aware of the special concerns of pregnant women and our role in insuring safety. Unless drugs, OTCs, and supplements are specifically tested for their safety and efficacy while pregnant and nursing, they should not be used unless specifically evaluated and approved by your physician.
The phenomenon of Estrogen Dominance has been widely discussed with its relationship to excessive fibrin. It is a prime contributor to the deregulation of normal function experienced by women approaching, transitioning, and resolving the challenge of menopause, and also young women experiencing difficulty with menarche (the beginning of fertility). Issues with excess estrogen can easily be overcome, by introducing ingredients that help process or metabolize unwanted estrogens, while promoting a natural increase in endogenous progesterone. Avoiding environmental factors that introduce synthetic estrogens from chemicals and diet can also have a significant impact on estrogen balance.