How to Treat Fibroids Abdominal Pain Naturally
If you would like to know how to treat fibroids abdominal pain naturally, there are a number of steps you can take to get relief. Fibroids really can play havoc with our menstrual flow and cause excruciating pain when the uterus tries to contract to try to expel the fibroid. For some women, the pain can be similar to those felt in labor and can be particularly disabling, causing missed days off work and ruined family time.
Fibroids abdominal pain can be felt at any time during the menstrual cycle, particularly if your fibroids are large or pressing on other internal organs or nerves. Most women, however, notice that the pain is much worse around the time of their periods.
Around a third of women with fibroids will report pain as one of the symptoms of their fibroids. Really, there is no need to live with constant pain although many women are conditioned to do so by their doctors who report that there is little they can do, other than arrange for surgery or drug/hormonal treatment, neither of which are permanent solutions.
To treat fibroids abdominal pain naturally, try the following measures:-
* Lie on your side and pull your knees up to your chest
* Use heat therapy-a warm bath, hot water bottle or heat pad are all good
* Take ibuprofin to help with heavy bleeding and inflammation
* Research has shown that eating grains, almonds, artichokes and kale can help treat pain
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Frequently Asked Questions
19 year old with possible uterus fibroids?
My sister is 19 and has been having a hard time with her period. She has terrible symptoms like nausea, vomitting, chills, the works and recently went to a gynecologist and was told that she could possibly have fibroids. Is this bad? and if so, can she still have children in the future?
Has anyone ever had painful left pelvic pain along with bloating and nausea?
I have a history of Endometriosis and Fibroids. I had the surgery to clean everything up about 8 years ago. I get this pain once every 6 months or so. It is very tender to the touch and hurts to even move. I am going to make a dr. appt. in the morning. I have aches and pains in my legs. I have not had a period since the surgery. Any idea what it could be?
I actually have the same problem, and it’s a result of Fibroids (although I haven’t had them removed). I would get it checked out.
normal delivery with fibroids ?
am in my first trimester. my doc just told me that i have a fibroid thats 10cm accross and that it would be a high risk pregnancy.
as of now i dont have any problems like bleeding or cramps. i previously had lower back back, but its ok now. i still have nausea though.
also am anemic and i ve started taking iron tabs, but i dont take regularly since they make me sick.
anyone else have a healthy delivery with such fibroids ? and can i do some mild exercises such as yoga or walking ?
i dont know whom to turn to advice. my doc keeps saying its high risk even though the baby is fine.
please advice ? thanks.
my doc is not very forthcoming with th answers. i am very confused.
Hi, I’m 29 weeks pregnant with lot of fibroids as big as size of 20 weeks pregnancy. You can imagine how huge I am now! I’m anemic too. My doctor said I have no chance of giving a normal birth. I’ll need surgery to give birth of the baby. But my younger 2 sisters were born normally while my mom had a huge fibroid. My mom removed her uterus after 8 years of my youngest sister was born. She had no problem giving birth of the babies.
I think you have to follow your doctor’s advice because he can decide what is best for you analyzing your situation.
You should not do any exercise as you are in risky pregnancy ( as u have fibroid). My doctor adviced me to take complete rest. There is no exercises to reduce the riskiness in your pregnancy. Moreover the fibroids grow during pregnancy because you have hormonal secretion during pregnancy which causes the growth.
Best of luck.
no appetite, nausea, and fatigue?
So last week i really had no appetite and couldnt eat, food made me sick most of the time. So i basically ate popsicles and sometimes toast. (and drank alot of fluid).
Then this week i got hungry again, so i have been trying to eat, but my body is “rejecting” most foods. I have been having alot of nausea. this morning, i was just walking and i smelled someones perfume and almost threw up on the spot.
I have been extremely tired. I take naps when i get home, which is very unusual for me.
My boobs hurt, but i have fibroids so that could be the cause.
I was just wondering if this could be pregnancy related, because my boyfriends sister asked me if i could be pregnant, and maybe thats causing it. But i think its unlikely because i am on nuva ring.
I did miss my period last month, but i do have irregular cycles, so thats why i wasnt alarmed by it until now.
Are those symptoms common during pregnancy?
I know nausea is…but loss of appetite?
Fibroids or/and pcos?
I had some sharp pelvic pains, nausea and heavy bleeding. Mind you I have had my period for 2 years, constant without many breaks in between. Well i finally broke down and went into the emergency room. They ran some tests and came to a few possible causes PCOS and fibroids. I guess what I am asking you, do any of you have either and how much will it cost, if i have either of these. Im a student going to school, and would love to know more. I would also like to know how many of you have had a child while you have had these two things. I find out in two weeks what really is going on when i meet with the gynecologist. So thanks is advance. Im only 21 years old and would love some advice and other information.
It takes surgery to remove fibroid and PCOS can be treated but cannot be cured.