Bleeding Fibroid

Michael Tahery MD: Los Angeles Gynecologist, Obstetrics, Gynecology ...

How To Stop Fibroid Bleeding Naturally

One of the most unpleasant aspects of fibroids can be heavy bleeding. If you would like to know how to stop fibroid bleeding naturally, there are a number of steps you can take. Of course, it is better if you can eliminate your fibroids completely, as this will permanently stop the associated symptoms.

Surgery and conventional drug treatment can do much to help to minimize or even stop the bleeding. However, it is important that you understand that these are only ever temporary measures, as fibroids can regrow. This is because unless you eliminate the root cases of fibroids, the factors which caused them in the first place are still there within your body and will fuel further growth.

Indeed, the only effective way to eliminate your fibroids altogether is by using a multifaceted approach which systematically deals with all the possible primary and secondary causes. To do this, you will need to combine dietary and lifestyle modifications together with detox and stress relief strategies.

To temporarily stop fibroid bleeding naturally, try taking supplements. Vitamins A, C and E, together with Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 will help, but will take time to be effective. A heat pad on the pelvic area can help to ease blood congestion and cramping. Certain foods can help to minimize bleeding, and you can try lean meats and poultry, green leafy vegetables, beans, peas and wholegrain. Although not a natural way to stop fibroid bleeding, an anti-inflammatory such as Ibuprofin can be useful.

If you suffer from heavy bleeding, the associated symptoms of pain and anemia can be debilitating. It is really worth considering dealing with your fibroids once and for all.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Can a small fibroid cause excessive bleeding during your cycle?
    I had a hysteroscopy in Sept and since then I started bleeding heavy at first then went 2 months with only spotting. They removed some polyps but the fibroid was under the lining of my uterus so they left it. It is very small but not my cycles come regularly but I pass huge clots. I can go all day without any blood but around 8pm I pass a huge clot and mess up my clothes. What should I do?

    • ANSWER:
      i don’t think so.

  2. QUESTION:
    What if you have bleeding fibroid?
    I am 43 yrs old and starting the change I just had a 3 day period. Four days later had some smelly dis-charge that was pinkish coupled with the worst Itch.
    I have ever had in my life and NOTHING would help
    to stop it. Now the Dr. said I have an enlarged uturis and possible fibroides.Plus bleeding like i’m having another period. This is the 2nd or 3rd time this has gone on. Any Drs. Out there Familiar with this. Any help would be nice . Having an ultra sound on aug. 22

    • ANSWER:
      It’s not the fibroid itself that is bleeding, but rather it’s the fibroid that is causing the abnormal bleeding. I have a hx of fibroids and polyps of the uterus, and have had both removed a few times, via hysteroscopy with D&C.

      I had severe cramping with my periods and the abnormal/irregular bleeding when I had the fibroids and polyps. Since they were so problematic for me, the gyn removed them.

      I wish you all the best, I hope that you find some relief!

  3. QUESTION:
    Would prolonged bleeding from fibroid cause a yeast infection or foul smell?

    • ANSWER:
      no, it wouldn’t. get some otc for it. if that were true, i’d have a yeast infection every month. two totally different things

  4. QUESTION:
    I have a fibroid of 4.5cms. I took Depo Provera in December. Will I have heavy and prolonged bleeding?
    I have a fibroid of 4.5cms. I took Depo Provera in December. Will I have heavy and prolonged bleeding at end of 3 months when injection effect wears out?

    • ANSWER:
      depo provera has no link what so ever with fibroids. depo provera is used to control pregnancy and its effect dosent wear out in two months only.
      A majority of fibroids require no treatment. However treatment becomes necessary if there is excessive bleeding during menstruation, the tumour keeps growing or if there are other symptoms. In women older than 35years or with completed family are treated by a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) rather than myomectomy (removal of the fibroids), to minimize the chances of recurrence. Myomectomy is generally done in cases where the patient wishes to preserve her fertility. Medicines like danazol, GnRH analogues and progesterone derivatives, to shrink the fibroid, may be given for 2-3 months before surgery.

      In the present times, laparoscopic removal of the uterus with fibroids or removal of the fibroid only are also performed reqularily with excellent results. The advantage over the routine open procedures is a quicker recovery, shorter hospital stay and less complications. The only disadvantage may be a longer anasthesia duration.

  5. QUESTION:
    I have been bleeding for 2 months. I have a fibroid but does one cause such heavy bleeding?
    I have had a ultra sound and I am on the waiting list for surgery. I was just wondering could it be something else for me to have continuous bleeding for such a long time. I am worried I may be hemorrhaging.

    • ANSWER:
      Yes they can cause heavy long term bleeding. I went through this before my hysterectomy.



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