Fibroid Treatment Naturally

How to Heal Fibroid Tumors Naturally

If you have been looking at treatment options and would like to know how to heal fibroid tumors naturally, you may be interested to learn that you have a much better chance of a satisfactory outcome by using a tried-and-tested natural treatment rather than having surgery or using drug treatment.

Surgery for the removal of fibroids gives no guarantees and many women find that their fibroids regrow. Drug treatment is only ever used prior to surgery to make fibroids a more manageable size as this carries serious side effects and because of this can not be used for more than around 3 months.

The reason why conventional treatments are ineffective is because they do not treat the root cause of fibroids, which can be many and varied, and the only way to successfully heal fibroid tumors is to eliminate the causes of the fibroids and this will allow them to naturally shrink. There are a handful of alternative practitioners who specialize in teaching how to heal fibroid tumors and a consultation and treatment plan could prove costly.

However, there are steps you can take right now to begin to heal your fibroids. Firstly, it is well recognized that fibroids grow in response to an excess of estrogen and it has been shown that estrogen levels are higher in overweight women. Therefore, weight control and the maintenance of a healthy body mass index is one way of ensuring that estrogen stays at normal levels.

Certain pollutants in the environment can mimic the action of estrogen within the body and can fuel fibroid growth. As pollutants and toxins are stored in the liver, a comprehensive liver detox can be an effective way of beginning to shrink fibroids.

Herbal remedies have also proved useful and the following herbs have been used successfully in the treatment of fibroids:

* Milk Thistle
* Dandelion Extract
* Ginger Root
* Wild Yam
* Vitex
* Rosemary

In addition to herbs, certain foods with anti-inflammatory properties can help to shrink fibroid growth, particularly in women who are prone to inflammatory conditions and these include cumin, oats and hops.

If you would like to learn all-natural methods which will show you how to eliminate fibroids naturally,by using a 7 step treatment method which comes with a complete guarantee, visit Shrink Fibroids Naturally If you would like further general information and learn all about the different types of fibroids plus the different treatments for each, please visit How To Heal Fibroid Tumors Naturally

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.


Frequently Asked Questions

    TTC and alcohol… where do you draw the line?
    My DP and I have been TTC for 1.5 yrs. My DP has been diagnosed with low motility and poor morphology in his sperm. As a result we will need to have ICSI in order for us to conceive. Meanwhile I have been told I have a fibroid and a cyst both of which ‘could’ be hindering our chances. I will have to have a major operation to remove them. My DP still drinks alcohol. He drinks 50 units a week while we are on holiday-just been on one, in a normal week he drinks 20-25. Bearing in mind I am having an operation because it ‘may’ increase our chances of conceiving, do you think he should be cutting out alcohol because it ‘may’ increase our chances of conceiving too? Despite being diagnosed with poor sperm he has never once stopped drinking during the past 1.5 years eventhough this may help us, and possibly result in us conceiving naturally thus avoiding the trauma of ICSI treatment for us both and a major operation for me. Should I ask him to stop alcohol for 3 months to give us a chance?
    Believe it or not he has cut down – he used to drink 30-35 units in a normal week, so 20-25 is good for him. He cut back because I asked him, but I don’t think it’s enough. Should I ask him to stop drinking altogether for 3 months to get his sperm back to full health?

    (I have about 1 or 2 units a week, maybe he should do that with me?)

    • ANSWER:
      My hubby and I are undergoing ICSI at the moment. It is a significant thing to be going through.

      Alchohol is said to affect fertility and you should encourage him to cut down which is often easier said than done since so may of us have a drink to relax.

      Try to encourage him by breaking the habit. go for a walk when you finish work or a craving a drink and hopefully you guys would have chilled enough not to need a drink.

      I wish you both all the best in your journey. It is not easy when you have so many things to face.

      Baby dust for you both.

    My period is 8 Days late! – Help?
    I know..dont get excited, Im not pregnant. Im 41. Ive been TTC for 3 years now. My RE has said there is pretty much no chance we could conceive naturally.

    In July I had surgery to have a big fibroid out, then we’ve done all the testing to make sure all is well healthwise and horemone wise with both of us. Thumbs up all the way.

    We did 3 IUI cycles. They not only failed.. but the hormones seriously made me mentally ill. My husband almost moved out of the house (not fun being abandoned during fertility treatment) No pregnancies

    So we are gearing up for a possible IVF cycle. Im supposed to be in my evaluation cycle. I was going to have a day 3 & 10 hormone levels checked and a HSG done. My period is so predictable, I planned a vacation around it!

    8 days later. No period. Wish I were pregnant.. we did try. But I took a HPT and got a good negative. Not even a hint of a positive. Im sure if it were positive at this stage in the game it would show… dont feel pregnant!
    I dont feel like my period is due. Other than a harsher than usual PMS that has left me sobbing and not able to get out of bed (very unusual for me) – Ive got mildly tender breasts, a weird yellowish CM, and a pretty normal need to pee quite frequently.. Im very tired too.. but that’s pretty much all the time! Im just quite lazy.

    Can anyone offer any thoughts, advice anything? Im depressed and freaking out here!

    • ANSWER:
      It can take a few days for a hpt to show positive.
      You should use an early detection test as well as testing with first morning urine.

      You could go to a doctor and get a blood test now if you wanted, but i’d suggest waiting another week and see what happens.
      Re-test and if it’s negative definitely get along and see a doctor.

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