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Shrink Fibroids Naturally – An Emotional Approach

Shrinking 00004000 or curing fibroids does not have to involve surgery to remove them or drugs to shrink them. Drugs are rarely effective long-term and surgery does not guarantee that fibroids will not return unless a hysterectomy is performed.

Fibroid surgery simply leaves a woman with something else to heal from and can leave her without the ability to have children. Fibroid drugs or surgery seem these days to be the first action, rather than the choice of last resort.

The normal medical response to a diagnosis of fibroids is that if they are not causing any problems is to just do “watchful waiting” – or nothing at all or to go for surgery if they are causing problems.

For those who ask “why me? What has caused my fibroids? most doctors will patiently explain that the causes are unknown. There is however increasing empirical evidence that emotional state may have a significant role in the development of fibroids. In her recent book “Cure Fibroids Naturally” Gillian, who cured her own fibroid naturally identifies several uniquely female issues or traumas that appear to be linked to fibroids. She is not alone in her belief that emotional issues may at least in part lie behind the development of fibroids, Dr Cristian Northrup in her book “Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom” underlines an emotion link to fibroids also.

The good news for fibroid sufferers is that there is another effective way to tackle fibroids that does not preclude any other fibroid treatment. The theory is that by tackling fibroids at the emotional level, as the issues are resolved so the underlying emotional cause of the fibroids is removed and the fibroid simply dissolves away.

For those who understand and accept the concept of the mind-body link, this approach is likely to resonate quite strongly and will feel naturally right.

For those who are more comfortable relying on the medical profession for all of their health solutions, it may be more difficult to accept that there are other alternative fibroid treatments. A gut instinct is that “this is not for me”, sometimes however, this may simply be resistance to stopping and dealing with the underlying issue. But the real joy with this approach is that it does not preclude a medical solution, it simply sets out to undermine the emotional issues that may be a causal factor in fibroids.

It strikes me that women with fibroids who have the luxury of a little time or who’s fibroids are not actually causing problems, could choose to use this time to take positive action and to try this approach. Clearing out any emotional baggage has the potential to not only positively improve your health and your life but also your body’s ability to heal.

Whether you choose a natural healing path or elect for surgery or any other fibroid treatment, you can only improve your ability to heal by dealing with any underlying emotional issues that may be lurking in your subconscious and sabotaging your health.

About the author: For more details please visit Natural Fibroid Treatments G Symond is a successful website author and writer on the benefits of positive thinking and the mind / body link for health and healing.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Can fibroids stop your menstrual cycle?
    My period is very late and I am not pregnant. The doctor says I have signs of fibroids: lower back pain, pelvic pain, fatigue, etc. Can fibroids stop a menstrual cycle?
    I want to reiterate… I just got back from my doctor and I am NOT pregnant.

    • ANSWER:
      Fibroids can alter your menstrual cycle as can any tumour. I know it’s the word tumour is scary but Uterine Fibroids are non cancerous.

      If your concern is over having a child, I would look at options sooner rather than later as to having one, as a histerectomy would probably be the most appropriate option.

      This may not be what you want to hear but unfortunately it is for the best. Rather it take your ability to have children than your life.

      However, don’t take this as a definitive comment as obviously it differs with each individual as to how the fibroids affect them.

  2. QUESTION:
    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.

    • ANSWER:
      Fiorinal (by prescription) and exercise

  3. QUESTION:
    What connection does fibroids have with addiction to chocolate and how to cure fibroids without sugery?
    I have been bleeding in between my periods for a long time now, my periods are irregular iat is like having periods thruout, I cant enjoy sex anymore,I feel fatigued most times, I cant do vigorous activities and Iam addicted to mint chocolate.Please somebody help!!

    • ANSWER:
      The regular use of the following Homeopathic Prescription will regulate all irregularities in your periods.
      1.PSORINUM 1M just one dose per week.
      Followed by 4 tablets each of the following Tissue Salts at least 3 times a day half hour before meals:-

      1.CALCAREA PHOS 6X
      2.FERRUM PHOS 6X
      3.NATRIUM MUR 6X

      All of these are Side Effects free Homeopathic Remedies.
      Take care and God Bless you !

      P.s.
      If the remedies don’t make a difference in a week.
      I would advise you to please put up more details about yourself and tell us exactly how and what you feel in your own words.So i can amend or correct your treatment.
      Take care

  4. QUESTION:
    question about uterine fibroids?
    i was diagnosed w/ uterine fibroids and am getting lots of information that i am trying to sort out.
    i just need a woman who has been thru’ this herself to give me these answers.
    can fibroids contribute to this feeling of fatigue i have?
    and can having fibroids change my normal vaginal scent?

    • ANSWER:
      I didn’t have fibroids, but I did have several polyps, which I suppose are similar – – – – it causes the same problems anyway. I had started having irregular periods and then very heavy periods. They did a biopsy, an ultrasound and blood tests and couldn’t find anything. Finally the doctor decided to do a D&C. During the D&C she found and removed the polyps. But then I also agreed for her to do the NovaSure procedure (endometrial ablation), which essentially burns the lining of the uterus. This procedure can only be done on women who are finished having children. You could say it is a nicer alternative to a hysterectomy.

      There was no unusual vaginal scent going on with my problem, but I could see that it might be possible. That might be a question you could cover with your doctor or a nurse.

      If you still plan to have a child despite the fibroids, I can’t help with any advice or experience there. However, I think that removing the fibroids can definitely help your fatigue. My outpatient surgery had a recovery time of about a week or so. That was in September and I have so much more energy now, even though I’m way out of shape. I can only imagine how wonderful I’d feel if I added diet and exercise. I feel so much better than I used to. The constant “female” problems were really dragging me down.

      If you are considering the edometrial ablation, I think that the statistics show that 95% of women who have it done are satisfied with the results. You see, afterwards, you either have a very light period from now on or you don’t have one at all. It’s been over 3 months for me now and I haven’t had one yet. I’m hopeful to never have one again since I’m in my mid-40’s. Good luck!

  5. QUESTION:
    My gyno said I have fibroids in my uterus! I have severe cramps & bleeding for 9 days every 20 days! I’m?
    very fatigued during my period & the bleeding is unbearable! I just got a endometrial biopsy to check fro abnormalities! has anyone else have fibroids & what did they do for them ? have you ever had this biopsy before too? thanks .

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, I had it for a long time before something was done about it 10 years ago. I had a Hysterectomy; I’m 42 and suffering all
      sorts of problem joint pain hot-flashes, heart trouble and so on. Make sure you talk to more than on doctor and if surgery is needed ask if the ovary’s can be saved.
      I was on Hormone replacement for years. I stopped recently do to Heart trouble and the insurance won’t pay for it anymore.

      You may need some vitamins and some extra iron.Ask your Dr.about it
      Best of luck!


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