Natural Ways to Dissolve Fibroids – Shrink Fibroids Naturally
There are natural ways to dissolve fibroids by using a combination of different treatments. However, this information is not readily available from conventional medical doctors as no two treatments are exactly the same and will depend on your own individual circumstances. In addition, as surgery or drug treatment is not involved, you cannot simply walk out if your doctor’s office with a prescription or hospital appointment!
When I first began to suffer from bloating, heavy periods and a multitude of other symptoms, I had no idea I had fibroids. The first time I complained to my doctor about my increasing waistline, he told me it was fat! It was only when I had more severe symptoms such as breathlessness and anemia that I was given a diagnosis of fibroids. Not just any fibroids though, I had fibroids which meant that my uterus was the same size as a seven month pregnancy.
After numerous scans, I was advised to have a hysterectomy due to the size of the fibroids-one was the size of a melon and several were the size of oranges. I asked if there was a natural way to dissolve fibroids but my doctor was totally disinterested and told me to return for drug treatment to shrink the fibroids in a couple of months. My surgery was scheduled for 3 months or so after this, depending on how well they responded.
I did not want to lose my uterus. Nor did I want to have hormone treatment which would apparently give me menopausal symptoms, including a real risk of osteoporosis. I therefore spent hours and hours researching on the internet for natural ways to dissolve fibroids.
There is no one cause of fibroids and they are not caused by any one factor but rather by a combination of factors which subtly interact within a woman’s body, causing fibroids to grow. This means that any successful natural treatment needs to have a multi-faceted approach which takes into account what is likely to have caused the fibroids in her particular case.
It has been proven that one common cause of fibroids is an excess of estrogen. Now that is not to say that all women with more estrogen than is normal will have fibroids, but it is more <i>likely</i> if she is predisposed due to other factors. Controlling estrogen can therefore often begin to shrink and dissolve fibroids, making them smaller in some women. In addition, certain pesticides and pollutants can mimic estrogen in both male and female bodies so reducing this can also help. A good liver detox has been shown to reduce the build up of these toxins in the liver, thus helping contribute towards shrinking fibroids.
Other natural ways to dissolve fibroids include ensuring you maintain a healthy weight as excess estrogen is stored within fat cells and fibroids are more common in overweight women. It has been shown that when an overweight woman with fibroids loses weight, her fibroids naturally shrink.
Another way to shrink fibroids naturally includes eating foods which are anti-inflammatory, such as oats, hops, rosemary and cumin.
If you are prepared to spend a little time and effort, then natural ways to dissolve fibroids could be the answer. However, if you are the type of person who just wants a quick-fix solution, then I would rather tell you now that this method will not work. I had to persevere with the treatment for a few weeks before I saw significant results, although I did notice a slight difference within a few short days-suffice to say that I did not go ahead with my surgery and I am still completely free of the symptoms of fibroids. The reason that this method works is, I think, because it tackles all the different possible causes of fibroids and allows you to use an approach which covers all possibilities. I actually found it very interesting and it was a bit like going on a journey! In fact I have never been as healthy as I am now. If you would like to see the 7 Step, tried-and-tested method which will teach you natural ways to dissolve fibroids which has worked successfully for many thousands of women worldwide, you can find further details at Shrink Fibroids Naturally To learn all about natural remedies to shrink fibroids plus the different conventional and fibroids natural treatment options, please visit Types Of Fibroids
Frequently Asked Questions
How to shrink uterus fibroids without surgical operation?
I have a large number of uterus fibroids since many years that increased in size and enlarged my uterus than its normal size, i become like a pregnant in around 5 months and started to cause bleeding I am 48 years old now. what should I do to shrink fibroids without surgical operation? Can food shrink fibroids and what other ways should I follow?
Golf Ball Sized Fibroids in my Uterus. Lost our son at 4 months. Anyone in a similar situation?
My boyfriend & I recently lost our little boy at 4 months. There was a golf ball sized fibroid “wrapped around my placenta.” I’m 25 and this was my first pregnancy. My doctor’s appointment is on the 25th of this month, but he has already suggested undergoing surgery to have these removed. Has anyone with fibroids who has lost a baby underwent this procedure? I’m just curious as to whether I will be able to have children in the future. Thank you to anyone who can help.
Is it possible to remove fibroids from Uterus by taking medicine & able to give birth child?
My wife wants to be a mother. Her age is 30 years. her ultrasonography report says—
Uterus : (5.5 X 10.2m) Uterus is anteverted in position & bulky in size with irregular myometrial echotexure. There are multiple solid masses attached with both anterior wall uterine fundus and posterior wall of uterine body, that represents fibroids. Size of bigger one is about 4.6 X 5.8 cm (fundal).
Endometerium : Mild collection of free fluid is noted within endometrial cavity.
Cervix : Long.
Right ovary: Size of about 2.5 X 1.9 cm.
Left ovary : Size of about 3.2 X 1.8 cm.
Ovaries: Both ovaries are normal size shape, position and contain follicles. Size of bigger follicles is about 9 mm (right) & 12 mm (left).
So please advice how she will get cure & give birth child. Please !
Meds may be a start, but may not really remove fibroids permanently. Check below link and have a look at the treatment options.
There are less invasive procedures e.g. hysteroscopic resection that may be worth considering.
In any event, your doctor will obviously advise on best course of treatment.
I have large fibroids in my uterus (5 month pregnant) and c-section will be performed. Will it be painful?
I went to see the gyc. and she said that she will not touch the fibroids during C-section. If she does what are the chances of Hysterectomy (removal of uterus) ? I am scared as it is my first pregnancy and I need more kids. Will these fibroids decrease in size by themselves or I need the treatment after pregnency?
“After pregnancy, fibroids tend to shrink in size, and probably won’t cause you any problems.” I found a website that might be able to answer some of your questions.
Can you get SSI for a combination of these health problems?
Head to toe, not in order of severity as this varies: Migraines, chemical sensitivity, allergies, other headaches, degenerative discs and spurs in neck, osteoarthritis in most joints, GERD, back problems, severe adhesions including endometriosis including unusual places, large and multiple fibroids making uterus the size of a 5 month pg woman, bp problems because of neck and enlarged uterus, cramps in neck, abdomen, legs, chronic pain, heavy irregular periods, polyps and tumors, anxiety, depression, and pstd/personality problems. And who can I contact in Calif. to get SSI problems worked out. Although I applied for reconsideration, I’m not in the system.
I’m in the East Bay Area, California