Naturally Shrink Fibroids

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How To Naturally Shrink Fibroids

If given a choice, most women would prefer to know h 00004000 ow to naturally shrink fibroids rather than undergoing costly and often painful surgery, which is rarely a permanent cure. Unfortunately, the truth is that unless you remove the root causes of fibroids, they will regrow following conventional treatment.

Fibroids are not usually dangerous or life threatening and this can be both a benefit and, to some extent a drawback. It puts women in the unique position of being able to take their time to consider what to do, but some believe that it also means that fibroids are not taken seriously be the medical profession, who often advocate a “wait and see” approach as fibroids will shrink during the menopause.

Alternative practitioners who can teach women how to naturally shrink fibroids are few and far between and those who are available for consultation tend to be in great demand and consequently charge high fees. This often means that information is sparse and women often find that the information around on the internet is based on anecdotal accounts.

Personally, I had had terrible fibroid symptoms for some time. I had one very large and a few smaller fibroids. I had been given the option of a hysterectomy as my doctor felt there was no alternative but this was the last thing I wanted. I eventually came across some information written by a qualified alternative practitioner who specialized in teaching women how to naturally shrink fibroids.

After a great deal of thought, I gave the system a try. I went into it with my eyes open, with the full knowledge that I would have to do some work myself in terms of making lifestyle and dietary changes. I could not face a hysterectomy, as I was only in my mid thirties yet I could not face these symptoms for the next 10 or 15 years!

At first I found the information overwhelming, yet it all made sense. It did demand commitment and dedication and I’d be lying if I didn’t say that at times I wondered if it was all worth it. However, it wasn’t long before I found out!

Within a month, there was a noticeable reduction in my pain and bleeding and it took another 6 weeks before I could really tell that my abdomen had shrunk. If you decide to learn how to naturally shrink fibroids, then don’t expect a “quick fix”!

The treatment I used is very much “multifaceted” and based around the fact that fibroids form due to the subtle interaction of a number of factors, rather than there being just one cause. Having said this, much fibroid growth is intrinsically linked to estrogen, so one of the starting points is to reduce estrogen levels.

Estrogen is both stored in, and manufactured by fat cells and so reducing the size and number of fat cells is logical. I needed to lose a few pounds, so this aspect of my treatment made me feel pretty good about myself! I embarked on a low-fat diet which was based around organic produce and avoided eating animal fats and red meat. I also drank at least 2 liters of filtered water each day. I upped my exercise level not only to help with weight loss, but one of the treatments is to improve circulation around the abdomen to avoid congestion ( a factor in fibroids). One exercise I enjoyed was rebounding on a mini trampoline-apparently a good way to relieve congestion!

Another treatment I underwent to reduce estrogen was to undergo several liver detoxes over a period of a couple of months. This was because women with fibroids are often found to have estrogen mimicking substances “locked” in the liver which cannot be excreted. These often come from pesticides and environmental toxins.

The lack of comprehensive “real” help for women led an alternative practitioner to develop a complete system for shrinking fibroids which mirrored what she taught women in her busy clinic. Her unique, 7 Step Plan has been successfully used by many thousands of women worldwide and for those who are willing to take charge of their own treatment and recognize that they will have to play an active role in their own healing, then this is simply ideal. For more information, please visit my website How To Naturally Shrink Fibroids.

About the author: Having suffered from very large fibroids herself, Bernadette was scheduled to undergo a hysterectomy when she decided to try an alternative treatment to shrink fibroids naturally. Success followed, and she enjoys recommending this method to other women so they can be free of the symptoms.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    how to shrink fibroids naturally?

    • ANSWER:
      A Natural Approach to Treating Uterine Fibroids
      By Dr. Ben Kim on August 31, 2005

      * Natural Health Solutions

      We recently had a guest at our fasting clinic who was startled to find that on day 7 of her water-only fast, she could no longer feel a uterine fibroid in her lower abdomen that she had been carrying around for years.

      I can confirm from the evaluation that I did on her first day with us that she had a mass that was about the size of a medium-sized adult fist in her lower abdomen, diagnosed by ultrasound as a uterine fibroid before she arrived. I couldn’t find even a trace of a mass when I did a thorough re-check of her abdomen.

      I was, of course, extremely happy for her healing experience. Although some of the guests who visit our clinic experience obvious symptoms of cleansing and detoxification like diarrhea and vomiting, it never gets old to see a dramatic change like the melting away of a benign tumour.

      Getting back to uterine fibroids, our recent guest’s positive experience prompted me to outline some thoughts on their origin and some steps that all women can take to help prevent their growth and formation and even help to reduce or eliminate existing fibroids.

  2. QUESTION:
    can fibroids shrink naturally? if so, what can i do to help this process?

    • ANSWER:
      uterine fibroids cannot shrink in any natural way. Luprone injection can shrink them.

  3. QUESTION:
    shrinking fibroids naturally?
    How much extra weight would a fibroid add to my overall weight?

    I’m 12st 6 at moment (evening time dressed) I usually fluctuate between 11st 7 and just over 12, depending on time of month.

    I was told the fibroid was about the size of an apple. Is there anyway to shrink them naturally?

    I heard it was something to do with eostrogen levels, but cant remember if I need to find something to increase oestrogen or block it for them to shrink?

    • ANSWER:
      Fibroids may not acutally add significantly to your body weight. It will cause certain symptoms like bloating, excessive bleeding and pain which will become unbearable over a period of time as the size of your fibroid tumor increases. You have done a wise thing to consider natural fibroids treatment. Although the exact cause of fibroids is not known- estrogen dominance or excessive estrogen in your body is known to be one of the most common cause of fibroids in women. Natural treatment for fibroids concentrates on this aspect alongwith other factors like diet, body weight, physical excercise, accupunture and herbal medicines to provide fibroid cure and shrink them naturally.

      http://ezinearticles.com/?How-to-Cure-Fibroids-Naturally&id=4677961

  4. QUESTION:
    how can i shrink breast and uterine fibroids naturally?

    • ANSWER:
      Cut back on your caffeine. My mom suffered from this (breast) and cut her intake in half. They were almost completely gone in one month. She was shocked!

  5. QUESTION:
    how do i shrink breast and uterine fibroids naturally?

    • ANSWER:
      Only natural way i could think of is DON GET PREGNANT n WAIT FOR UR MENOPAUSE…i know it sounds odd. other options..

      The use of natural progesterone cream, not the synthetic form of the hormone, which is available only by prescription, but a plant derivative of a type of yam widely available in health food stores.

      Drugs may be used to relieve symptoms or to shrink fibroids, but only temporarily. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), alone or given with a progestin (a drug similar to the hormone progesterone), can reduce bleeding caused by fibroids. Hormonal contraceptives can control bleeding in some women. However, when women discontinue contraceptives, abnormal bleeding and pain tend to recur. Also, when some women are treated with contraceptives, the fibroids grow.



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