Bleeding From Fibroids

Controlling Heavy Bleeding With Fibroids

If you are seeking information on controlling heavy bleeding with fibroids, then there are a few steps you can take to get some relief. There are different forms of bleeding with fibroids-sometimes you can experience breakthrough bleeding, at various times during the cycle, some women might experience bleeding at a specific time in the cycle whereas the most common problem is heavy bleeding at the time of the menstrual period itself, with some women finding that their periods are lasting for at least a week.

The reasons why this problem might occur include:-

* Fibroids result in an increased growth of blood vessels to supply the fibroids which results in a greater volume of blood flowing around the area
* Fibroids can result in blockages depending on their location. This can cause blood to back up behind the fibroids which then seems very heavy once released
* Uterine congestion can cause an alteration in the blood flow serving the uterus

If nothing is done to control heavy bleeding with fibroids, then progressive anemia can result, along with severe pain. There isn’t a clear-cut step to manage the bleeding, but very often it is a case of trying a few different approaches, often in combination, which can work best.

To help with anemia, iron supplements can be very helpful and you may need to consider taking prescription-strength supplements depending on your iron levels. In addition, take vitamins A C and E, together with Folic Acid and Vitamin B12. Anti-inflammatory tablets, such as Ibuprofen can reduce the severity of cramping and help to reduce the bleeding itself, as can lying down with your legs raised.

Taking moderate exercise can help to reduce one-off episodes of cramping and when done regularly, exercise can help to reduce congestion within the area and thus help control heavy bleeding with fibroids. When exercising, finish off by lying on your side and pulling your legs up to your chest.

Of course, the best solution is to eliminate your fibroids completely as this will get rid of all associated symptoms, including bloating, discomfort, pain and bleeding and if you are prepared to make various changes to your lifestyle and your diet, then this is entirely possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

    high blood platelet reading been on iron tabs since november anemia due to heavy bleeding from fibroids and tp?
    what could be the cause of high blood platlets, i was diagnosed in november with anemia i also take norithresone to stop bleeding, I also have b12 deficiency was 119 after 2 months of meds it is now 247 still below border line, i also have fibroids growing within the wall of my womb,the dr has told me she will contact the haemotologist for advice, any answers u can give me thanks, anet

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    Is thers anything natural you can ingest that would stop uterine bleeding from fibroids?

    • ANSWER:
      Sometimes doctors will recommend vitamin E for fibroid tumors. One individual took 6 Vita-E daily for three weeks. When re-examined, she was pleased to find the tumors were practically gone. The doctor asked her what brand of vitamin E she was taking. He told her this brand was the very best.

      Hope this is helpful and feel free to contact me with questions or if interested in the brand she used.

    Apart from having fibroids what else can cause heavy mestrual bleeding?
    I have had a scan and was told I have the smallest fibroids and they were not likely to cause me any problems. I’m however having really have menstrual bleeding and have to take Tranexamic Acid to control it which am not comfortable with as I have to take it every month for about four days. Just don’t want to be on any medication long term.

    • ANSWER:
      I have heard of fibroid’s of all sizes, and they do cause more pain with periods, including more blood. if they are small, doctors are not to free in taking a woman’s uterus these days. Just make sure you keep checking them as they can attach to kidneys ect, then your in trouble.did he give you anything to shrink them, talk to your doctor again…

    Im 39, i’m having no children! I’m suffering from uterine fibroids, sever heavy bleeding during period.I have?
    anemia from my heavy period. I have pain in my pelvic region! I can’t bear the pain during my long 10 day cycle. I am usually laying on the bed for 4 days doubled over in pain! I’m getting an endometrial biopsy next week. They say i have options & were talking aboyt surgery. What does the surgery through my symptoms look like i should do? thanks.

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    Pregnancy, fibroids and bleeding. Anyone else?
    I am 14 weeks pregnant and was diagnosed with a uterine fibroid tumor at 9 weeks, after some light spotting. Last Saturday evening while making dinner i started bleeding.. heavily. Hubby and I rushed to ER to basically be told “it happens to some women with fibroids. Go home and come back if it continues for too long”. At my regular doctors that Monday he called the bleeding “worrysome” and and told me to take it easy and that the bleeding means the baby my be trying to miscarry. My question is: I heard women say they had the periods throughout there whole pregnany, but technically it can not have been a real period… so were you bleeding from a fibroid? How often did you bleed? And did the baby live full term? How about delivery? C-section? Please keep in mind I have a uterine fibriod.. one near my cervix.

    • ANSWER:
      I was recently diagnoised as having a fibroid tumor about a month ago but I am not pregnant. During my first pregnancy I did start bleeding. It was heavy like a regular period and even some clotting. I went to the er convinced that I had miscarried but the baby’s heartbeat was fine. I bled for the first 3 months of that pregnancy and I did carry to full term and have a healthy 16 year old son now. So don’t worry especially if there is no cramping. Just stay off of your feet as much as possible during the bleeding. Oh, and congratulations.

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