My Opinion of Clear Passage Therapy

by Jodi Shabazz January 01, 2020

I am often asked my opinion of Clear Passage Therapy for unblocking fallopian tubes. So, I figured I would just write a blog post on it to avoid repetition. My opinion is not just based on an observatory perspective. I actually received the Clear Passage Therapy back in 2005.

I was super excited about it, as I had just learned around that time that my tubes were blocked, and I could not afford IVF at the time. So I told my dear mother about it, and right away she wanted to help me do it. God bless her. She put the total cost of the therapy on her credit card (about $4500 back then) and we booked our tickets to Florida (the original location with Larry and Belinda Wurn). I thought, if I'm going to do this, I'm going to the place of origin, with the creators of this technique. I thought, if I am to be successful with this, I will need to be treated directly by the experts themselves! 

At the time, they had about a 75% success rate for blocked fallopian tubes, according to their website. Now, as I look at their website, their success rate for blocked fallopian tubes is 57%. I'm honestly not surprised that the number has gone down. The reason I say this will soon be unfolded.

So, the schedule of therapy was 5 straight days, for about 4 hours a day (20 hours total). They did external and internal massage therapy on my pelvic area. After this week of the Wurn technique at Clear Passage Therapy, I went home and did another HSG and sadly, found out that both tubes were still blocked and I still had bilateral hydrosalpinx. Talk about disappointment! So, I was back to the drawing board! Remember, at this time, there was NOTHING on the internet about opening blocked fallopian tubes. Aside from Clear Passage Therapy, of course, which now I found out that it didn't work for me.

Now, knowing what I know now, 15 years later, after all those years of informal and formal research and education, attending and graduating Naturopathic Medicine school, I can conclude that Clear Passage Therapy can work. But I think it's mostly for those women with minor blockage or partial blockage of the fallopian tubes. And perhaps it has worked for some women with major blockage such as hydrosalpinx, but I think they are the exception, and not the rule. 

The fact is that a week of physical therapy is just not long enough for the average woman to open her fallopian tubes. There are other factors that must be addressed for most women. Most women will need a full body holistic healing approach. This involves healing from the inside out - taking specific herbs and supplements to help dissolve and soften the scar tissue, allowing the body to regenerate new healthy cells and tissue so that the unblocked tubes can now function properly, and using physical modalities such as massage therapy, castor oil packs and heat to also help dissolve and soften scar tissue and adhesions. And with this, the body needs a good foundation of a healthy diet, in order to allow the body to go into super healing mode. Otherwise, the body is simply struggling to survive, and not focused on healing. Equally as important, the mind plays a huge role in a complete healing, and visualization and energy exercises are highly recommended.

All of this is what makes up the Complete Book Set, "No! IVF Is NOT Your Only Option! The Fallopian Tube Formula" Because it is a formula! It is a combination of multiple therapies that has been clinically proven to work for many women! To date, our success rate is approximately 85%. Most women need this holistic whole body approach to completely heal and then conceive a baby naturally. Healthy body, healthy tubes, healthy baby. 

And our program also includes a comprehensive Fallopian Tube Formula Fertility Massage Video. This Fertility Massage DVD is nothing like any other massage video you've ever seen. This unique course focuses on breaking up adhesions and helping to heal even the most severe fallopian tube blockage, while also addressing the uterus positioning, ovarian health, and digestive system. It also includes a bonus tutorial on castor oil packs.

The techniques used in Fallopian Tube Formula Fertility Massage include massaging the fallopian tubes, stretching the fascia, pulling apart sticky scar tissue, as well as uterine positioning and ovarian massage. Over time with persistence and consistent practice, the passage inside the fallopian tubes should become open and fully functional.

Massage provides a great non-intrusive option for women with blocked fallopian tubes. For best results, Fertility Massage should be used in conjunction with the other therapies in the book, "No! IVF Is NOT Your Only Option!"

If one was interested in and determined to do the Clear Passage Therapy, I would suggest a few things, and I think it would greatly help improve their chance of success:

1) Follow the full Fallopian Tube Formula Protocol as outlaid in the Complete Book Set, "No! IVF Is NOT Your Only Option!" for at least 3-5 months before the Clear Passage Therapy, using the Intense Healing Phase.

2) Use a castor oil pack with heating pad every day for an hour before the CP therapy.

3) Follow the Fallopian Tube Formula Fertility Massage video and use the unique technique therein every day in the evening, after the CP therapy. 

All of this may help improve your chances of success at CP therapy. But honestly, getting down to the nitty gritty now, in my opinion, the cost for Clear Passage Therapy is absurd. It was about $4500 when I did it back in 2005. It now costs $6000. For a week's worth of physical therapy. (enter stoic face with eyes slowly blinking) Nowadays, you can get IVF for under that in a few places throughout the US! This is the most disappointing part about Clear Passage Therapies. That, and the fact that only 57% are actually successful in unblocking their fallopian tubes. It's just not worth it, in my opinion. 

Many of my clients who followed the Fallopian Tube Formula Protocol healed and unblocked their tubes naturally in less than two months. (Average time to heal is 4-9 months) And the Fallopian Tube Formula Protocol costs only $59.95. Sixty bucks...compared to Six THOUSAND bucks. And our success rates are approximately 85%...compared to 57%. 

So, all in all, my mom and I had an awesome time down there in Florida. We had some great bonding, and I love her so very much to this day for attempting to help me like that. Such a huge sacrifice of her. And she never asked for a dime back! She's the real MVP. 

So, in conclusion, I believe that Clear Passage Therapy can work for minor and partial blockages, and probably rarely in more severe blockages. But why spend that amount of money? For something that just might work? About half of the time? So, about 57 women out of 100 may be successful. That's a LOT of women leaving disappointed. Now, don't get me wrong, I think they have a good program. The massage is intense. But so is the Fallopian Tube Formula Fertility Massage...For a fraction of the cost, that you can do in the comfort of your own home.

And with the full Fallopian Tube Formula Protocol along with it, you have much better chance of success. So, imagine if 100 women followed our Protocol, 85 of them are leaving happy. And they only spent sixty bucks to learn how to do it. Now, that's something I can (and do) stand behind.




Jodi Shabazz
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