A Natural Cure For Fibroids – Shrinking Fibroids Naturally
The limitations of conventional treatment options lead many women to wonder if there is a natural cure for fibroids. Unless your fibroids are particularly severe and you opt for a hysterectomy, which I consider to be the treatment of last resort, then your options generally offer temporary rather than permanent solutions.
In general, medical treatments which either remove fibroids by surgery, or shrink them by hormonal treatment cannot be classed as “cures”. This is because unless you remove what has actually caused the fibroids to develop in the first place, they are very likely to regrow. For some women, this can take a couple of years, for others, it can be in just a few short months. Whereas when shrinking fibroids naturally, you are taking into account what has caused them to grow in the first place and eliminating it.
Very often the causes of fibroids are not isolated to one simple factor. More often than not, fibroid growth is sparked by the subtle interaction of a number of factors which, for various reasons, happen to have coincided within the body to spark off fibroid growth. In many cases, the presence of just one or two of these factors may or may not cause fibroids.
In lots of cases, doctors are unable to say exactly what has caused fibroid growth in an individual. However, there are number of circumstances which increase the likelihood tremendously and by eliminating these factors, most women are able to experience success in shrinking their fibroids.
Many women feel that the very fact that fibroids are highly unlikely to be life-threatening has given them a lower priority in terms of treatment options than other conditions. Indeed, there are very few doctors who specialize in teaching women a natural cure for fibroids. Very often women are advised to “live” with the condition as the fibroids will naturally shrink around the time of the menopause. Now this advice is all well and good if you are in your late forties and your symptoms are not severe. However, for younger women and those experiencing terrible symptoms caused by their fibroids, this is an unacceptable option.
The conditions which predispose women to having fibroids include:-
* Being overweight
* In your thirties onwards
* Being of Afro-Caribbean descent
* Women who eat a larger quantity of red meat
* Women who eat processed meats
* Those who do not eat the recommended daily servings of fruits and vegetables
* Women who might have consumed large amounts of foods containing pesticides
* Being exposed to environmental pollutants
* Women who are prone to inflammatory conditions
This is not an exhaustive list but it does cover some of the main factors. What many of these have in common is their relation to estrogen. It is well-known that estrogen acts as a “fuel” for fibroids and as estrogen is both manufactured by, and stored in, fat cells, then the relationship between fibroids and being overweight is obvious. In addition, many of the pesticides and environmental pollutants can mimic estrogen compounds in the body. If you are not eating a healthy diet which can assist the liver with the natural detox process, then these false estrogens can be stored in the liver.
A natural cure for fibroids will usually focus first on removing the sources of excess estrogen from the body. One of the simplest ways to do this is to try to maintain a healthy weight. Although this in itself is unlikely to naturally shrink fibroids, what it can do is to help prevent further growth of existing tumors.
Environmental pollutants and pesticides which are stored in the liver can remain there for years gradually influencing the size of fibroids. For many women, a robust, controlled liver detox diet has helped to remove these naturally, thus helping shrink fibroids. For women prone to inflammatory conditions, it can often be helpful to eat foods which have natural anti-inflammatory properties, such as oats, hops, the spice cumin and the herb, rosemary.
It was the lack of real help for women with fibroids led Shola Oslo, an alternative practitioner who specializes in teaching women how to use a natural cure for fibroids, to develop a complete 7 step system which is completely guaranteed. Her busy clinic left her unable to take on many additional patients but the demand was clearly there. As a result, she has now helped thousands of women worldwide who she has never met. Please bear in mind though, this requires you to be proactive and take charge of your own healing by making dietary and lifestyle changes and following a systematic program-it is not suitable for women who simply want to take a tablet and be cured.
Frequently Asked Questions
i have fibroids and bleed a lot – sometimes clots and blood comes from my ureathra – is this normal?
Heavy vaginal bleeding is a normal part of life when you have a fibroid. However, bleeding from the urethra is not normal. It’s usually a sign of a urinary tract infection. I would go ahead and put in a call to your doctor to be seen for that. If you do have blood in your urine, you probably do have a UTI, which will most likely require antibiotics.
Blood clots and heavy bleeding are normal for women with fibroids, but there are treatments for them if you’re interested. You can discuss those with your doctor as well.
Blood Clots turned into Venous Ulcers… Cure??
My mom found out she had blood clots in her legs, which was caused from fibroids in her uterous, she had 2 surgeries to get both clots and fibroids out. After a while her legs began to get dark and red around her shin bone, holes began to form and it looked like it was eating away her skin. After 2 more surgeries to try and stop it, support hose, and a Una boot, nothing has worked. Does anyway know of any alternative ways of healing this? She is only 42 years old. Help!?
blood chemistry is a very complex science. I know you are looking for help for your mom, but you have more than a single doctor looking to help her, you have the entire staff of the medical hospital and doctors around the world talking by phone and email.
If help can be found, it will be coming.
as hard as this might be for you to take, remember, for those in medicine, they are there because they honestly care.
I wish you the best;,
email me if you want to talk
Any females have LARGE blood clots/globs during your period?
I have LARGE blood clots/globs during my period with pretty bad cramping. I’ve experienced this before, but for some reason I’m pretty panicky right now. I have a 6-7 day period, am 29, and never had kids. This is day 2 of this period. My periods are always regular, usually between 27-31 day cycles.
I spotted very lightly on the 16th and 17th day of my cycle this month – I attribute it to high emotional stress as I have panic disorder and other anxiety disorders and was really worried about things starting about 4 days prior to the spotting. The spotting only showed up on the toilet paper when I wiped but it still scared me.
Had a pelvic ultrasound and thyroid/anemia blood test done approx. 4 months ago and the results came back perfect – no anemia, no thyroid problems, and no fibroids, etc.
I think last month I had less clots…at least in size.
Could some of the lining/stuff get “backed up” and stay and is being released with this month’s period, hence the major large clots?
I don’t have many friends, and so it’s hard for me to ask a “girl friend” about this type of thing. I was hoping other women out there could help me by sharing similar stories.
Thank you so much, I appreciate it.
Also, I’m not the only one that feels the globs coming out, am I? (Sorry to be so frank).
No, you aren’t the only one!! Remember, when you have your period, the walls of your uterus have thickened in preparation for pregnancy. When the body doesn’t become pregnant, those walls shed– leading to blood, cramps, and those large clumpy things. 🙂
Even More Blood Clots and Heavier Bleeding since Mirena – is this normal?
Due to a constant build up of a very thick uterine lining, as well as some fibroids, I have been suffering from extreme heavy, prolonged periods and huge blood clots since I turned 45. I have had a Mirena inserted a month ago as my last option before a Hysterectomy.
Initially I had no problems. My first period was steady, no clots. Then 5 days of easy spotting. Then I got a period again. Yesterday, on day 5, it became so sever with worst then ever blood clotting and so much blood loss…I nearly went to hospital. Today it is slowing down again. Is THIS normal? Has anybody had similar experience? Getting worst before it gets better. But this is far worst then before!
Talk to your doctor. But it could be normal. Mirena causes irregular bleeding for several months after it is put in, but the bleeding diminishes and may stop after around 3 or 4 months, so afterwards you have no periods at all. So you might have to give it a few months before deciding.
Best painkillers or prescriptions for menstrual cramps and fatigue?
I have a fairly regular period, every 29 days, one week long. It isn’t terribly heavy. But for the first few days, the cramps are terrible, I have fatigue, nausea, and sometimes muscle aches in my upper thighs. I’ve tried heating pads, and every OTC painkiller. Aleeve takes the edge off, but it still hurts. Does anyone know if prescriptions might help? Something that won’t make me drowsy? I’d like to avoid BC with hormones, since fibroids and blood clots both seem to run in my family.
Fiorinal (by prescription) and exercise