Uterine Fibroids Or Polyps

UTERINE FIBROIDS OR POLYPS / Uterine fibroids or polyps

How to Get Rid of Uterine Fibroids Naturally

It is perfectly possible to learn how to get rid of uterine fibroids naturally but first and foremost you must understand that this is not a quick fix approach and will require a committed and systematic approach from yourself.

Your fibroids did not grow overnight and although common, not every woman will have fibroids. There are various causes of uterine fibroids and most of these are caused by lifestyle and dietary issues. Certain conditions need to exist for uterine fibroids to grow-there is never any single cause of this condition, but it happens due to the subtle interaction of various factors which cause an environment which triggers off growth.

By neutralising the conditions which caused fibroid growth in the first place, this will cause the fibroids to shrink naturally and once the conditions cease to exist, fibroids cannot grow any more. There is certainly a strong connection between the Western lifestyle fibroid growth. This does not just apply to our Western diet, but also factors such as stress, lack of exercise and poor sleep patterns all come into play.

To get rid of uterine fibroids naturally, you will need to use a tried and tested plan. Implementing ad-hoc treatments may help give symptomatic relief, but will not provide a proper solution.

The components of a successful plan will include:-

* A robust detox to help eliminate toxins

* Systems to rebalance hormone levels

* The correct diet for fibroid sufferers

* How to control stress levels

* The role of herbs

* The link between yeast and fibroids

Combining these elements makes for an extremely powerful method to rid you of your uterine fibroids.

If you would like to see details of of comprehensive plan which will teach you the exact steps required for you to free yourself of your fibroids for good, please visit How To Get Rid Of Uterine Fibroids Naturally Written by a former fibroid sufferer, the system you are about to see is, quite simply, groundbreaking, and I am confident that you will feel relief that you have finally found something that will genuinely help. One of the best features of this system is the 3 months free one-to-one email support offered by the author.

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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Uterine Fibroids and Polyps – Physical Activity?
    I was recently diagnosed with uterine fibroids and a uterine polyp. Prior to my sonogram, I experience heavy bleeding (18 days) and it finally stopped but I am a little leary about continuing with my dance class since I don’t want to wind up doing any more damage. I would ask my OB/GYN but he is IMPOSSIBLE to get on the phone and I am in the process of finding a new one.

    Does anyone have any thoughts or suggetions?

    Thanks

    • ANSWER:

  2. QUESTION:
    Anyone had uterine polyps/fibroids? Symptoms?
    Has anyone had uterine polyps or fibroids. My doctor is thinking this is what I might have. I am just waiting to go have an ultrasound done in early January. What were your symptoms? I have spotting a week after my period, slight, slight cramping, frequent urination and a feeling of fullness in my abdomen. Any advice is appreciated! Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      I had huge uterine fibroids. My symptoms were
      heavy bleeding during period, period stayed for 10-12 days
      Anemia
      Weakness
      I got pregnant with the fibroids and in last July doctors removed my uterus while doing my Cesarean.

  3. QUESTION:
    Is there a way to check for any cancer in the body using a blood test?
    My friend’s gyn doctor told her she has uterine polyps, maybe fibroids, based on ultrasound and suggested D&C & hysteroscopy to find out. Is there a way she can check if these polyps really need to be removed (i.e. cancerous) or not, without having to undergo D&C to find out?

    • ANSWER:
      Well you can’t really be completely sure without it. Types of cancer can have effects on certain cell counts, but so can a magnitude of other things. The primary function of that test is to be 100% sure one way or the other, and when it comes to dealing with these things, you don’t want to be less sure at all.

      So there’s no 100% sure way that I’m aware of to find out one way or the other, save for exactly what you’ve mentioned.

  4. QUESTION:
    Hormone Replacement Therapy – How long should a non- hysterectomised person be on it?
    I am currently investigating non detection of a serous uterine carcinoma which caused the death of a relative of mine at the age of 64 despite all of the symtoms being present.

    My relative has been on HRT since April 1991 until July 2008. What are the side effects and could this therapy have been a contributory cause to the development of uterine polyps/fibroids turning cancerous.

    An answer from a Pharmacist, Gynaecologist, GP or any person experienced in the field would be greatly appreciated
    Wrong year – until July 2007
    Jackmatt – you did not read my question nor details. How can a dead person discuss with her GP for God;s Sake

    • ANSWER:
      I think if she was on the combined hrt (progesterone and oestrogen) this would actually have given her a degree of protection .This type of cancer is often caused by unopposed oestrogen .This happens when a woman doesn’t ovulate for long periods of time in conditions like PCOS for eg before the menopause.

      It is usually detected by a hysteroscopy and endometrial biopsy which should have been carried out if all symptoms are present.

      Unfortunately the type of cancer you mention is the most aggressive type of uterine cancer and survival rates are very low even when detected early.

      I found this out whilst trying to find info on uterine polyps which I have. If a women has had these in the past she is at risk of getting uterine cancer.

      Hope this helps and sorry to hear of your loss.

  5. QUESTION:
    I have terrible menstrual where I cant move for three days. What could be caising this? How do rid the pain?
    I have gotten tested for endometrosis and that was negative. No fibroids or cysts. I do have uterine polyps. I have taken every over the counter product including naproxen and it still horrible. Im also on birth control. I have been on birth control with 4 periods a year in the past and nothing helps.

    • ANSWER:
      The only way to be sure you have or don’t have endometriosis is via surgery. No other tests are definitive. Did you have surgery to look? Or did your doctor do some lesser tests, like a CAT scan? Because if he did lesser tests, then it may be wrong. Go to an endometriosis specialist.


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