Can Fibroids Bleed

How to Stop Fibroid Bleeding Naturally

One of the most unpleasant aspects of fibroids can be heavy bleeding. If you would like to know how to stop fibroid bleeding naturally, there are a number of steps you can take. Of course, it is better if you can eliminate your fibroids completely, as this will permanently stop the associated symptoms.

Surgery and conventional drug treatment can do much to help to minimize or even stop the bleeding. However, it is important that you understand that these are only ever temporary measures, as fibroids can regrow. This is because unless you eliminate the root cases of fibroids, the factors which caused them in the first place are still there within your body and will fuel further growth.

Indeed, the only effective way to eliminate your fibroids altogether is by using a multifaceted approach which systematically deals with all the possible primary and secondary causes. To do this, you will need to combine dietary and lifestyle modifications together with detox and stress relief strategies.

To temporarily stop fibroid bleeding naturally, try taking supplements. Vitamins A, C and E, together with Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 will help, but will take time to be effective. A heat pad on the pelvic area can help to ease blood congestion and cramping. Certain foods can help to minimize bleeding, and you can try lean meats and poultry, green leafy vegetables, beans, peas and wholegrain. Although not a natural way to stop fibroid bleeding, an anti-inflammatory such as Ibuprofin can be useful.

If you suffer from heavy bleeding, the associated symptoms of pain and anemia can be debilitating. It is really worth considering dealing with your fibroids once and for all.

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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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    do fibroids tend to bleed and cause pain during pregnancy. what can one do to keep the bleeding and pain down.

    • ANSWER:
      Go to the doctor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anytime that you’re bleeding during your pregnancy you have to get it checked out!


  2. QUESTION:
    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.

  3. QUESTION:
    Can uterine fibroids cause bleeding?

    • ANSWER:
      Yea, usually cause bleeding.

  4. QUESTION:
    Uterine fibroids, pain, heavy bleeding and irregular periods?
    I have multiple large and small fibroids, severe endometriosis, severe adhesions (they thought I’d had chemo). I used to have very regular periods but they are now irregular and heavy with a long pms time around when I expect a period. I was getting one heavy one about every other month having to change pads every 15 minutes for one day of it. And a lighter one in between with alot of spotting. But sometimes I can have pms symptoms like I’m starting and not start for a couple weeks. (They say it’s inoperable.) Is this common? What should I be worried about? What can I do?

    • ANSWER:
      I had this same problem in 2005, I experienced heavy bleeding and it continued for about a week, quit with just spotting and then back to bleeding again. This was so bad it put me in a very weak state and finally decided to visit obgyn and had blood test and ultra sound done. I was so low on blood that I had to have 4 pints replaced due to so much blood loss. The ultra sound showed a fibroid tumor. I had a total abdominal hysterectomy in September 2005 and the tumor removed. The fibroid tumor was causing the main problem for me, making my periods unbearable. Now I feel fine health wise, my blood count is back up, but of course I went straight to menopause, but I’m handling it the best I can. I wish you luck, have your blood checked for anemia and an ultra sound to see where and how large the fibroids are.

  5. QUESTION:
    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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