Fibroids Symptoms Treatment

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Managing The Symptoms Of Fibroids Naturally

If you have uterine fibroids, there are a number of ways of managing the symptoms of fibroids naturally. Of course, the different symptoms of fibroids require different management strategies. A number of common problems are listed below along with the steps you can take.

Menstrual Pain and Heavy Bleeding

Fibroids can make the menstrual periods longer (up to 8 days or more), cause very heavy bleeding, breakthrough bleeding and excruciating pain during menstruation.

A good starting point is to take vitamins C, E and A, along with supplements of Folic Acid and vitamin B12. You can also try resting with your feet elevated and try using a heat pad on your abdomen. Tampons are sometimes blamed for these types of issues, so try pads for a month or two to see if it makes any difference. There is evidence to suggest that exercise can be a great help. Try general, moderate exercise a few times a week and stretching exercises, particularly in the lower back area.

Anemia

Blood loss can be very severe when you have fibroids and can cause anemia. The first step is to take an iron supplement and up your intake of iron-rich foods, including leafy green vegetables, red lean meats and beans.

Pelvic pain

Managing the symptoms of fibroids naturally includes dealing with general pelvic pain. This can sometimes leave a woman unable to function during her period. To ease the pain, try lyin on your side with your knees pulled up to your chest and use a hot water bottle or heat pad on the painful area. Many women find a hot bath very soothing.

Pain and Pressure During Intercourse

Depending on the size and location of your fibroids, the pain from intercourse can range from mild discomfort to agonizing. A physical therapist can often give help with specific stretching exercises which can help to alleviate the discomfort and heat/cold packs can be useful.

You should find these tips for managing the symptoms of fibroids naturally should help. However, the best course of actions to shrink your fibroids to eradicate the problem completely.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What Is the Best Treatment for Uterine Fibroids?
    So what exactly is the best treatment for uterine fibroids? I have been suffering from the symptoms caused by uterine fibroids for some while now and would really like to find the best treatment to cure this problem! Are Hysterectomy or medications any good for treating fibroids?

    • ANSWER:
      My sister used to have uterine fibroids few years ago and she tried the medications, but they didn’t work very well for her. Then she was recommended to try natural uterine fibroid treatments and that worked really well for her. So I suppose I could say that it ended up being the best treatment for her, because it cured her fibroids and she hasn’t have any recurrent fibroids ever since..

      – William

  2. QUESTION:
    Symptoms of Uterine Fibroids?
    What are the symptoms of uterine fibroids? How about the treatment of uterine fibroids?

    • ANSWER:
      Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths of the uterus that often appear during your childbearing years. Also called fibromyomas, leiomyomas or myomas, uterine fibroids aren’t associated with an increased risk of uterine cancer and almost never develop into cancer.
      The symptoms of uterine fibroids are: Heavy and prolonged periods; Bleeding between periods; Lower back or leg pain; Pain during sexual intercourse; Need for frequent urination caused by bladder pressure; Feeling of fullness in the lower abdomen.
      The treatment of uterine fibroids:
      The first thing you should do is check your family history for fibroids. There has been speculation that genetics may play a role in women who get them. Researchers are currently doing genetic studies to find out who’s likely to develop fibroids. Sceond, pay attention to your lifestyle. As women, we have to be careful of what we eat. Consuming foods that are high in fat, sugar, and caffeine can encourage the growth of fibroids. Excess sugar and fat consumed can also interfere with the liver’s ability to remove excess estrogen, which stimulates fibroid growth. Many women consume high-fat and high-sugar foods when stress leads to emotional eating. A solution would be to find other ways to relieve your stress such as exercise, meditation, or some other hobby. Also, eat less high-fat and high-sugar foods and ass healthier foods to your diet such as fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and whole grains.

  3. QUESTION:
    Fibroids treatment and the pill/other things that may help the pain?
    I have recently been told I have a fibroid in my womb after being in agonising pain for the last year since coming off the Ortho Evra patch. The symptoms I have match those of a fibroid, eg heavy bleeding, severe abdominal and leg pain, and a laparoscopy found a fibroid which is 3cm x 3cm x 3cm
    The docs said it is unlikely this would cause so much pain, but there is literally nothing else it could be caused by, so have been advised to continue treatment for fibroids. I am currently living on tramadol and other painkillers and anti inflammatories but cant continue like this as it will eventually cause other problems elsewhere in my body.
    On the first day of my period the pain is so severe i cannot move and i often vomit, so not very nice
    I was told by my surgeon to try the pill, i didnt like the combined pill as i have migraines, and i believe oestrogen encourages the growth of fibroids. So I returned to uni and asked my doctor here about going on the mini pill as advised by my surgeon. However the doctor here said that would do nothing to stop the pain. I was given Loestrin, a combined pill, but when reading the info leaflet it says do not take if you have fibroids of the womb???I am sick of recieving conflicting advice from 101 different doctors, and i am so desperate to get my life back, I am only 22 and in my final year of uni.
    If anyone knows anything that may reduce the pain, including alternative medicines, please let me know, I am willing to try anything!

    I dont want surgical treatment as because of the positioning of the fibroid there would be too much scar tissue in my womb and therefore wouldnt be able to carry children.

    Also, does anyone have fibroids and become pregnant?Did this effect the pain at all? Or anyone tried a TENS machine for the pain??

    I am literally desperate, so please any info you have would be much appreciated.

    Anyone who posts ridiculous answers will be reported IMMEDIATELY

    • ANSWER:
      You could do a procedure called uterine fibroid embolization if it is offered where you are located. It is a kind of procedure done by a radiologist to try and kill off the root system to the fibroid.

      I am going to include the link to a site that may help you find more information. The link is at: http://forums.obgyn.net/womens-health

  4. QUESTION:
    What is the best treatment for uterine fibroids?
    My doctor suggests I get a endometrial ablation, which basically destroys the lining of my uterus and would make me infertile. This is because one of the fibroids is growing under the lining. This “treatment” would only help with the mentstrual symptoms (lighter, shorter, less painful), but not with the day to day pain. The fibroids would continue to grow and I would still have to have surgery.

    I would prefer to shrink the fibroids, and go with a natural method if possible. Please advise what is the best course of action. I would like to at least have one child.

    • ANSWER:
      Take 5-6 digestive enzyme capsules on an empty stomach three times daily. Digestive enzymes such as lipase, pancreatase, trypsin, chymotrypsin, and other proteolytic enzymes produced by the pancreas, if taken on an empty stomach, will be absorbed into the bloodstream intact and assist in the enzymatic removal of superfluous and fibrous tissue, including fibrous masses such as uterine fibroids as well as scar tissue.

      Also:

      Indole-3-Carbinol assists the liver in estrogen detoxification.

      Dandelion is a natural blood and liver cleanser.

      Vitamin E is important in estrogen metabolism.

      Omega – 3 Fatty Acids has anti-inflammatory properties.

      Calcium D-Glucarate helps the liver in estrogen breakdown.

      Vitamin B complex vitamins are involved in estrogen metabolism.

      A complete plant and whole food derived multivitamin product (the best I know is IntraMax) provides a broad base of nutrients for total health which is helpful in the treatment of uterine fibroids.

  5. QUESTION:
    uterine fibroids………….help!!!???
    has anyone out there had uterine fibroids???
    i know symptoms can vary,but what were your symptoms???and your treatment???and your age please.
    thank you sooooooo much.

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, my symptoms were usually heavy bleeding, bleeding between periods, and pain in front on both sides (around hip bones). Mine lead to a tumor in my uterus weighing 5 pounds. Wasn’t treated for it, since I didn’t know what was going on due to the fact that the doctor I had at the time didn’t do a vaginal ultrasound! I have answered your questions before, my age is 38. Hope you get a better answer! Oh, I didn’t tell you before because I had forgotten, but I sometimes felt a pain from the belly button, felt like pulling on the inside… don’t know what that was….Good to ask alot of questions on this female stuff-you will be able to get help earlier and maybe avoid a hysterectomy and hopefully, be able to help others…that’s your job, right? Good luck!!!



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