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Fibroid Tumor – Natural Treatment

If you have fibroids, and are considering trying a fibroid tumor natural treatment, you have probably spent some time considering your treatment options. It could be that your doctor has recommended surgery, or perhaps hormonal treatment. Indeed, the most common recommendation is a “wait and see” approach which in theory is fine if your fibroids are benign.

I say “in theory” because the wait and see approach does not take into account that your fibroids could be affecting the whole quality of your life. It’s fine if you are very close to the menopause, when your fibroids will probably shrink and it’s also acceptable if your symptoms are little more than a minor inconvenience. However, for women in their twenties, thirties and early forties, this many well be unacceptable and a fibroid tumor natural treatment could be a good option.

Treating fibroids from the inside out, using natural methods is a good way forward as it incorporates the theory that fibroids form due to a number of primary and secondary factors which, when combined together, cause imbalances within the body and the fibroids are the manifestation of this imbalance.

It is very difficult, if not impossible, to determine the precise causes of fibroids in an individual, but by getting the body back in a state of health, the exact causes are not so important as a healthy body cannot support fibroids.

If you are prepared to take control of your own healing, then some of the steps required in fibroid tumor natural treatment include:

* Dietary overhaul
* Estrogen balancing
* Elimination of toxins
* Using cleansing protocols
* Dietary supplementation
* Implementing an exercise regime
* Stress management

If you would like further information on my recommended natural treatment for fibroids in the uterus, please visit my website, Shrink Fibroids Naturally.

Written by a nutritionalist, health writer and former fibroids sufferer herself, the system I recommend is groundbreaking, and I am confident that you will finally feel that you have found something that will work for you.

Further information on the fibroid tumor natural treatment is available at The 3 Step Plan

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About the author: Gail advocates using natural treatments for fibroids rather than using conventional medication or surgery as this is a workable long term solution. Conventional medication only treats the symptoms and fibroids are likely to regrow, whereas natural treatments, when used properly can eliminate the root cause by rebalancing the body and restoring overall health.

Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/womens-health-articles/fibroid-tumor-natural-treatment-3423193.html

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    fibrocystic tumor on uterus, has anyone had this and can it stop you from getting pregnant?
    My husband and I have two children together, but over the years I have a fibrocystic tumor on my uterus about the size of a silver dollar now. Has anyone ever had this, and what was your experience with it. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant again for 8 months, and nothing is working. I know it’s not him. I have used an ovulating test to see around when would be the best time, but so far nothing. Any advice?

    • ANSWER:
      My cousin had a fibroid tumor the size of a grape fruit on her uterus she found this out with her second pregnancy the doctor wanted her to have a hysterectomy after the baby was born but she told him no that she wanted one more baby, two years latter she had another baby and both were healthy babies.If the ovulation test isn’t giving you an answer then your probably not ovulating you should see a doctor maybe they can put you on clomid or a different fertility drug to help you ovulate.Best of luck to you!

  2. QUESTION:
    if i already had a miscarriage from having a tumor on my uterus could i have another baby?
    i went to the doctor and they said that i had a miscarriage because i had a tumor on my uterus so im wondering could i have another baby…what would happen if i did? im also 40..any suggestions?
    if i didnt get the tumor removed i would keep having miscarrieges,and if i didnt get it removed i wouldnt?

    • ANSWER:
      Sure can. Try adoption or the black market in China to become a parent.

  3. QUESTION:
    does anybody know what can I do? I have cysts on my ovaries and a tumor on my uterus?
    But the doctor still saying is nothing bad and no surgery is needed when I have suffered with this for more than six years, and the hormone treatments dont work, sometimes I have to stay in bed because I have pains similar to the ones of delivering a baby.

    • ANSWER:
      I had HUGE tumors in my uterus for years and postponed a hysterectomy because I didn’t want to have surgery. (I really didn’t think they were THAT bothersome) Eventually I gave in and had a hysterectomy. It was absolutely the best choice. No more constant peeing, constipation, heavy bleeding, cramping, etc. And the sex is still good!
      Four weeks down for a free life!

  4. QUESTION:
    possible tumor in uterus?
    here are my symptoms
    -heavy bleeding
    -periods every two weeks
    -extreme bloating
    -horrible cramps
    -leg pain
    -extreme fatigue

    this has been going on since april, also, im not sure if its hereditary, but my mom had a tumor in her ovaries in her 30’s, could this be a tumor?

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  5. QUESTION:
    I have a fibroid tumor in my uterus..I have spotting red and brown is this from the fibroid or?
    I was recommended to have a hysterectomy a yr ago I was also told after the ob put me on provera then naproxen after I nearly bled to death from him and fired him to seek emergency medical care immediately…… was a single mom in the middle of a divorce and missed so much work from the ob and court that I nearly lost my job… I couldnt get back to another ob its been a yr… Now I have this intermittent bleeding of red then brown…. I was also told I my uterus bladder and rectum are sitting on my pelvic floor… I just want to know what the chances of cancer after a yr with a fibroid would b… He had also made the comment of lever 3 b4 cancer… now I am worried I do have another appt with a OB outside my network….

    • ANSWER:
      When it is polypoid or sub mucous fibroid intermenstural bleeding occurs.If the polypus is large the bleeding is profuse and almost continuous. If it is infected the discharge may be with pus and with offensive smell. Red is fresh bleeding and the brown is late bleeding. Since you have already being diagnosed as having fibroid you need not worry, other wise we have to think of possibility of co-incident uterine cancer. Better to have a checkup again.



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