Uterine Fibroids Treatment Natural

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Natural Treatment of Uterine Fibroids-Shrinking Fibroids Without Surgery

If you have uterine fibroids, like many other women you may have initially sought treatment from your doctor and quite frankly found that your options were very limited. Indeed, many doctors recommend taking no action at all as fibroids shrink during the menopause. In severe cases, hormonal treatment or invasive surgery might be recommended, but sadly, neither are permanent solutions.

More and more women are looking towards natural treatment of uterine fibroids as a possible solution and many have had tremendous success.

The fact that it is somewhat difficult to pinpoint exactly what has caused fibroids makes it difficult to devise a conventional treatment which works permanently. Some of the trigger factors affect different women in different ways and this just complicates things further. To give you an example, it is known that being overweight and having above-average estrogen levels can be contributory factors. However, not all women with both of these factors will have fibroids and those who do will have differing degrees of severity.

To state matters simply-if you cannot remove the root cause of your fibroids, they will continue to thrive and even grow larger as time goes by, even after conventional treatment has given its best. However, natural treatment of uterine fibroids uses a multifaceted approach which can systematically remove each and every possible cause, making your body hostile towards fibroid growth.

One good natural treatment of uterine fibroids is having a thorough liver detox. This is because estrogen mimicking compounds can become locked in the liver and these can fuel the growth of fibroids. These substances derive from environmental toxins and pesticide residues. Excess estrogen is truly a problem for women with fibroids and getting levels down to normal can be a good way of beginning to shrink uterine fibroids. Losing weight can help with estrogen control as estrogen is stored in and manufactured by fat cells. Eating foods with anti-inflammatory properties can have a calming effect on fibroids, so including oats, hops and cumin in the diet can be helpful.

One thing you must be prepared for if you are wanting to try natural treatment of uterine fibroids is the fact that you will have to make a combination of lifestyle and dietary changes to ensure success, so you must have a degree of self motivation. However, for women who can keep the motivation going for a relatively short space of time, there is no doubt that the rewards are enormous. If you are contemplating surgery or even a hysterectomy, it does make complete sense to try out a natural treatment first, providing you know that your fibroids are not life-threatening.

The lack of real help for women led an alternative practitioner to devise a complete 7-Step System for women who wanted to use natural treatment of uterine fibroids. As a result, she has helped many thousands of women worldwide to shrink their fibroids.

For further general information and to learn all about the different types of fibroids plus the different treatments for each, please visit my website, Shrink Fibroids. Here you will find comprehensive information about fibroids including the 7 Step System which uses natural treatment of uterine fibroids

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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.

Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/womens-health-articles/natural-treatment-of-uterine-fibroidsshrinking-fibroids-without-surgery-1326818.html

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Are there any natural treatments/supplements to help with uterine fibroids?
    Especially for shrinking them or eradicating them.

    • ANSWER:
      I talked with a friend of mine the other day in the store who was telling me the great success she has had in eradicating uterine fibroids. About a year ago she had surgery, but within a few months they were back with a vengence. Her chiropractor/ kinesiologist recommended she take 6 ounces of Gogi Juice a day for about two months. She is down to about an ounce twice a day and has reported that her fibroids are gone. I have not had experience with Gogi, but have had success with Mangosteen juices and Noni. Gogi is just a different plant with nutritional properties. It is a highly alkaline juice.

  2. QUESTION:
    What is the best treatment for uterine fibroids?
    My doctor suggests I get a endometrial ablation, which basically destroys the lining of my uterus and would make me infertile. This is because one of the fibroids is growing under the lining. This “treatment” would only help with the mentstrual symptoms (lighter, shorter, less painful), but not with the day to day pain. The fibroids would continue to grow and I would still have to have surgery.

    I would prefer to shrink the fibroids, and go with a natural method if possible. Please advise what is the best course of action. I would like to at least have one child.

    • ANSWER:
      Take 5-6 digestive enzyme capsules on an empty stomach three times daily. Digestive enzymes such as lipase, pancreatase, trypsin, chymotrypsin, and other proteolytic enzymes produced by the pancreas, if taken on an empty stomach, will be absorbed into the bloodstream intact and assist in the enzymatic removal of superfluous and fibrous tissue, including fibrous masses such as uterine fibroids as well as scar tissue.

      Also:

      Indole-3-Carbinol assists the liver in estrogen detoxification.

      Dandelion is a natural blood and liver cleanser.

      Vitamin E is important in estrogen metabolism.

      Omega – 3 Fatty Acids has anti-inflammatory properties.

      Calcium D-Glucarate helps the liver in estrogen breakdown.

      Vitamin B complex vitamins are involved in estrogen metabolism.

      A complete plant and whole food derived multivitamin product (the best I know is IntraMax) provides a broad base of nutrients for total health which is helpful in the treatment of uterine fibroids.

  3. QUESTION:
    Has anyone had success with herbal treatment of fibroids?
    I am seeking information on natural methods to cure/treat uterine fibroids. I would like to know if anyone has tried this method ( or knows of anyone who has ) and had convincing success? Serious, polite, constructive answers only please.

    • ANSWER:
      Homeopathic treatment for uterine fibroids can be very efficient and in many cases may be the only treatment you will ever need to get healthy again. (I consider homeopathy to be a 100% natural method of treatment).

      I have personally treated uterine fibroids with relative success.

      Homeopathic prescription for tumors of the Uterus (Fibroid Tumors).

      Take homeopathic remedies Sulfur and Bryonia both in 200 together on the first day but just two doses per week; on the second day Belladonna and Podophylum and Caulophyllum, all 3 in 200, again just twice a week but not on the same day when you take the 1st two Sulfur and Bryonia. Also take these cell salts (3-4 tablets) every four hours regularly Ferrum Phos 6X,Calcarea Flour 6 X Kali Mur 6X and Silicea 6X.

      Homeopathic remedy dosage

      I suggest that remedies be used as follows: Take 2-3 drops of selected remedy in ΒΌ th glass of water, preferably empty stomached.

  4. QUESTION:
    Abnormal menstrual cycle? I NEED HELP!!!?
    OK, this may end up being a little long, but I need to know. And before I start, let me just say, I have NOT been to the doctor yet, mainly because I’m too scared to find out what is wrong.

    I have been having really weird, abnormal periods for a little over a year now. I track how long my period is every month on a small calendar that I carry in my purse. The troubles really began in July-August of ’08, I had my period starting July 18th, but it didn’t END until August 28th!!! I went for 6 weeks! And then September came and I started on the 12th, ended on the 19th. One week. October I started on the 26th and ended on November 1st. Then for the rest of November and all of December, I didn’t have a period, at all! Then in January of this year, I started on the 12th, ended on the 22nd. This period was VERY light and instead of being a bright red color, it was brown and pink with very little red mixed in. And then in February, I started on the 9th, it’s now the 6th of March and I’m still going strong. I’m not bleeding heavily, but it IS steady. A couple of times in the last week it seemed like I was going to stop bleeding, but then an hour or two later, I would start bleeding more steadily again.

    I’m not on birth control, in fact it’s the opposite, my husband and I have been trying to conceive since October, but haven’t been successful yet. My question is, does this sound like just a regular cyst on one or both of my ovaries, or is something more serious? I’ve researched all over the internet about abnormal periods and haven’t been able to find anything. I don’t have the symptoms for uterine fibroids, I don’t really have any symptoms at all, other than regular “period symptoms” like mild cramping, lower backache and headaches and bloating. Which if I take Pamprin or Midol, those go away for a few hours, so they’re not bothersome at all, other than they’re a constant to go along with all of my bleeding.

    If this is just cysts, what will the doctor do? What can I expect as far as an exam and treatment? Should I be as worried and scared of this as I am? Is there a “natural cure” for this, something I can do on my own? Please don’t be rude, I’m seriously worried sick about this and would really like to know what’s going on, but at the same time I don’t. Does that make sense? If it’s nothing serious, then I want to know, but if it’s major, I’m scared to find out!

    • ANSWER:
      ok, your symptoms are somewhat similat to mine! I had a transvaginal ultrsound and they found fibroids in my uterus! You really need to see a doctor because if you are having trouble with your period as i am & you have not been successful with pregnancy you may have fibroids, cysts, endometriosis etc… It may be nothing which i hope! but the only way to really know is by having the correct tests done! good luck. also, if it’s cysts or fibroids or something else, the doctor can do procedures that will not affect your fertility!



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