Intramural Uterine Fibroids

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Simple Herbal Remedies Popularly Used In Treatment For Uterine Fibroids

Fibroids normally affect women who are in their 30s and 40s. It happens before menopause and is caused due to hormonal imbalance in the body. Treatment for uterine fibroids is much simpler if identified in the initial stages. Unfortunately in the initial stages when the tumors are small in size they rarely produce any symptoms. The symptoms start showing up when the fibroids increase in size thereby making uterine fibroid treatment all the more difficult at that stage.

Depending upon the size and location, these tumors can be pain less or painful. There are three types of fibroids which are determined by where the fibroid is located. Subserous are located outside of the uterus, intramural fibroids are located in the walls of the uterus and submucous are inside the uterus.

In this article I am going to share some simple remedies which can be used in treatment for uterine fibroids. These are primarily herbal remedies which can easily be used without a doctor prescription

1.Cinnamon

Cinnamon is very effective in addressing bleeding associated with fibroids. Depending upon your body responds, it can either reduce or completely eliminate bleeding. To use cinnamon you must mix 1 tea spoon of cinnamon bark or cinnamon tincture with one cup of hot water and drink daily. You can also take 5 to 10 drops of cinnamon oil every 15 minutes for four hours or until the bleeding stops.

2. Vitex Berry

Taking 25 to 30 drops of Vitex Berry (Chaste Tree) tincture twice a day is useful to shrink small sized fibroids. Wherever you use herbs in treatment for uterine fibroids you should be prepared for a long treatment period. These natural remedies take time to produce results. For example Vitex Berry will take two months to start showing results. It is perfectly safe to use this herb for up to two years.

3.Compress

Hot ginger and warm castor oil can be used as a compress and placed over your fibroid to relieve pain.

Fortunately for women fibroid is a condition which responds well to natural cure. Uterine fibroid treatment with natural remedies is safe to use and gives permanent relief from the problem. There are many more herbs which are really useful in treatment for uterine fibroids. In the digital age it is easy to look up such remedies on the internet. However it would be best for you to undergo natural uterine fibroid treatment under the guidance and supervision of a qualified practitioner.

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About the author: I am an ex banker turned home maker. As soon as I reached the age of 40 I started experiencing a number of typical “women’s problems”. Like most others I too always resorted to modern medicines as my first line of treatment. Needless to say it was always accompanied by a number of side effects. Sick and tired of bearing up with the side effects I decided to do some research of my own. Thanks to internet I came across ideas and methods of natural cure for most of these typical women’s issues. I have tried these out personally and now am a strong believer in nature cure. Nature Cure is absolutely safe, has no side effects and offers permanent solution for most of our problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Did anyone get pregnant while having the uterine fibroids and regretted it later?
    My doctor tells me I should have fibroids removed before I get pregnant because of possible complications to pregnancy. But I know there are possible complications to surgery too.

    I lave 6 large fibroids, all intramural, the largest measuring 6 cm (2.5 inches) in diameter

    • ANSWER:
      I did conceive w/ 6 large fibroids(inside & outside uterus) in ’06. I will admit that I was in alot of pain b/c the fibroids began growing w/ the baby. He was born prematurely @ 5 months due to an infection…not b/c of the fibroids. We tried conceiving for almost a year w/ fertility drugs but nothing happened. I finally convinced myself to have the tumors removed b/c it seemed like that was the last resort. I had them removed in April and we accidentally conceived in that month as well! Oops! The doctor told us we could resume our activity…we just didn’t think it would result in a baby esp since we had been trying for a year. But I feel so much better having them removed and not having that stress and strain on my body and the baby. I would advise anyone who has fibroids to have them removed by a dr who specialized in preserving the uterus b/c I was originally told I would have to have a hysterectomy. I am an advocate for the surgery…best wishes!

  2. QUESTION:
    Question about Uterine Fibroids please?
    I was diagnosed with Intramural Fibroids, and I am 41, can one develop other kinds of uterine fibroids by time?
    I was told that we do not develop new ones after the age of 40, you may have complications from the ones that you already have…..

    • ANSWER:
      it depends on the size of the fibroid and its position if it is large or near the/or inside uterine cavity then it might effect pregnancy

  3. QUESTION:
    how long does it take to recover from a partial hysterectomy?
    40 year old woman with adenomyosis, intramural fibroids to anterior and posterior uterine body. although i have never given birth my menstrual cycle is a MONSTER! My 7 year old nephew knows not to come near me every 26 days. surgery is scheduled. Need feedback from women who have experienced this kind of pain and treatment.

    • ANSWER:
      Personal experience talking here…it takes about six weeks for a full recovery, if there are no complications. Advice to you, after your surgery make sure that when the drugs wear off and you can feel your legs to get up and walk. This will speed recovery. It’s not fun and it doesn’t feel good, but it too will pass.

      If you are still keeping your ovaries, you’ll still get the pms of bloating, cravings for salt and chocolate, and you’ll still have the mood swings. The hormones are still there. You just won’t get your period anymore and you won’t have to worry about birth control.

      I was 27 when I got mine. You’re still young enough to come through with minimal problems.

  4. QUESTION:
    what is treatment of uterine fibroid?
    my mother had two intramural fibroids of 15mm.12mm and 23mm.19mm ,in body region in anterior wall.an intramural fibroid of 12mm.10mm near right cornu. she had a recurrent leucorrhoea and with itching and burning.give me advice what i should do,

    • ANSWER:
      Uterine fibroids that have become a nuisance (or cause pain) can be surgically removed. Make an appointment with an OB GYN. They may refer her to a surgeon. It depends as to whether the doctor thinks its the right thing to do.

      Tell your mother to insist that they get removed. So doctor think they know whats best without considering a patients quality of life.



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