Pills to Dissolve Fibroids – Are There Any Tablets to Shrink Fibroids?
In the quest to shrink fibroids, many women wonder if there are any pills to dissolve fibroids which would avoid potentially costly and painful surgery.
Although doctors are somewhat undecided as to the exact causes of fibroids, it is thought that they are caused by a combination of factors which subtly interact within a woman’s body to spark fibroid growth. One of the main factors is known to be an excess of estrogen, but the others are more vague and it is likely that for all women with fibroids, there is no one cause. Indeed most conventional doctors will never go so far as to try to ascertain the causes of fibroids in individual cases as they have no relevant treatments to offer.
Very often, conventional doctors will recommend leaving fibroids alone as they will naturally shrink around the time of the menopause, but this is unacceptable for many, who may have a number of years to wait until that milestone and do not want to live with the unpleasant symptoms of fibroids until then. Other than this, doctors are able to operate to remove fibroids but in all but the most extreme of procedures, where the uterus is completely removed, the fibroids are likely to regrow.
Due to their very nature, there are no pills to dissolve fibroids as any successful treatment needs to involve a multifaceted approach to accommodate all the possible causes of fibroids and there is no one tablet which can do this. This means that women face stark choices-they either “live” with the unpleasant symptoms of fibroids for years or face a painful operation-the effects of which are not likely to be long lasting.
The other alternative is to try a natural treatment.
The lack of options for women who have fibroids led an alternative practitioner to develop a system to shrink fibroids naturally. This is certainly not for women who want to simply be able to take pills to dissolve fibroids as it will take time and effort to work. However, when followed correctly, most women have found that they can successfully eliminate their fibroids.
This excellent 7 Step Plan which incorporates the use of herbal treatments for fibroid tumors is completely guaranteed to work. It has been used very successfully by many thousands of women worldwide. You can find further details at Shrink Fibroids Naturally Please bear in mind that it requires you actively participate by making lifestyle and dietary changes. It also details exactly which herbs are recommended for the various symptoms and types of fibroids and what the recommended dosages are as well as recommending pre-made products. You can also find further information about alternative fibroid treatment options and although there are no simple pills to dissolve fibroids most women are extremely happy with the results they achieve.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are fibroids dangerous?
I was told during an ultrasound that I have a lot of them, but they told me nothing more
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Fibroids are more inconvenient than dangerous. They are not cancerous, and they do not cause cancer. But, many women have heavy bleeding or cramping due to fibroids. You can do a google search for fibroids or myomata….there is a lot of information out there.
How dangerous are fibroids to a woman’s health?
Pay no attention to the other answers. Uterine fibroids are among the most common tumors in women. These noncancerous growths of the uterus may appear during your childbearing years. Also called fibromyomas, leiomyomas or myomas, uterine fibroids are NOT associated with an increased risk of uterine cancer and almost NEVER develop into cancer. Most of the time, uterine fibroids aren’t harmful.
As many as three out of four women have uterine fibroids, but most are unaware of them as they often cause no signs or symptoms. Your doctor may discover them incidentally during a pelvic exam or prenatal ultrasound. Fibroids cause problems for about one in four women, most frequently during their 30s or 40s.
Fibroids can require emergency treatment if they cause sudden, sharp pelvic pain. But this is rare. In general, fibroids cause no problems and seldom require treatment. Medical therapy and surgical procedures can shrink or remove fibroids if they cause discomfort or troublesome symptoms.
You can find more infomation from the Mayo Clinic (a very reputable hospital): http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/uterine-fibroids/DS00078/DSECTION=3
I am 6 weeks pregnant and have some lower left abdominal pain because of fibroids. Is it dangerous?
My ultrasound shows 3 big 7-9 cm fibroids in my lower uterus, left and right side. I had no pain before but since three days I experience some pain in left side.No back pain or bleeding is there. I am very much worried that I should not have a miscarriage. Is my baby is growing? This is my first pregnancy and I am 29 years old.
Hi, I’m 27 years old and I have same situation like you. I have many ( around 30) different size fibroids inside my uterus and I’m 29 weeks pregnant. My fibroids are as big as size of 20 weeks pregnancy. I’m already huge.
I had no pain during my pregnancy but i had some bleeding when I was 12 weeks pregnant, I had a surgery in 2005 to remove fibroids and now I have pain on the previous stitch. Other then that I don’t have serious problem.
I think your situation is much better then mine. I think you need to take rest and follow doctor’s advice. Don’t do any hard work. take a lot of vegetables, fruits and nutritious food. take folic acid, calcium and vitamin supplement. If you do these your baby wont have any vitamin deficiency.
I believe you will be alright.
I wish you all the best. Take care.
How dangerous is a cyst on your ovary or fibroids in your uterus?
can it stop you from having kids?
have have iiregular periods and i don’t usaully get serious cramping or anything but sometimes i feel a little minor sharp pain around my ovaries and stuff.
and also i was asking before i did a sonogram today but im not pregnant, ihave to come in get my results in five weeks.
I had a very large cyst that strangulated my ovary and when they went in to remove the cyst, they had to take the ovary too–it couldn’t be saved.
However, my gyno told me that it didn’t really impact my fertility or ability to have kids later. We’re born with way more eggs than we’ll ever need so losing one ovary doesn’t mean I can’t have kids.
He explained that what happened to me was essentially bad luck–nothing could have been done to prevent it and just because its happened once doesn’t mean it’ll happen again.
Most women have ovarian cysts and never even know it–they just go away by themselves without ever becoming painful or dangerous.
I hope that helps.
Are fibroids in the uterus dangerous?
Fibroids are nearly always benign (non-cancerous) and are not generally a serious threat to the woman’s health. However, they can be painful and often cause abnormally heavy menstrual periods.
Uterine fibroids can also cause fertility problems. If the woman does becomes pregnant the fibroids can complicate things a lot and may lead to a miscarriage.