This is a long overdue article for American females. So many females are plagued with uterine fibroid tumors, older women as well as young teenage girls. Well, what are fibroids and how do they develop?
Fibroid tumors are benign growths that form on the interior muscular wall of the uterus. They also develop on the exterior of the uterus. I actu 00004000 ally call fibroids what they really are trash bags. That?s right! The average American female?s body is so toxic (just like the average American male) and the major eliminative organs (colon, liver, kidneys, lungs, and skin) are either sluggish or outright doesn?t work, that the body?s intelligence actually causes an internal trash bag to form in the body to hold the toxic fluidic waste. This is the tumor. A tumor is a trash bag. Tumors hold waste to prevent the waste from circulating throughout the body.
The fibroid tumors range in sizes from small cherries to grapefruits and cantaloupe. The amazing thing is that many women who have fibroid tumors don?t even know they have them until diagnosed by a doctor. At first they are not painful, but as they grow, the pain subtly sets in. If you could see what a fibroid tumor looks like, it would gross you out. A good friend of mine named Tanya actually had her surgical removal of a fibroid tumor filmed.
A cousin of mine had a few fibroid tumors in her body as big as lemons and oranges. She was only 19 years of age. So fibroid tumors have hit very close to home for me personally.
Fibroid tumors are primarily caused by eating and drinking dairy (liquefied cow snot/mucus) products, e.g. ice cream, sour cream, cheese, yogurt and milk; and eating meat (slaughtered animal flesh).
The number one cause of fibroid tumors is dairy products. I find many females are hooked on dairy, especially cheese. It?s mind boggling to me because they have no idea of how cheese is processed. In order to make cheese, baby male cows are killed and their stomachs are cut open and their intestines are added to the cheese because of the intestinal enzymes. This is true! Disgusting, but true!
All that ice cream, cheese, and milk chocolate will eventually do a female in. To eat dairy products is to sign a contract for fibroid tumors.
Refined grains also play a role in the development of fibroid tumors, but dairy products are the major culprit. Just imagine what?s in that fibroid tumor – mucus, parasites and worms, and toxins to name a few.
Some tumors can grow so big that they can actually interfere with pregnancy. Most doctors will talk a woman with fibroid tumors into having an abortion for the sake of the fetus and the health of the woman.
Like with all other diseases, you can be healed of fibroid tumors. How? By dissolving them with herbs (in addition to modified diet)! You will excrete them out of your body via urination and defecation (and clotting via menstruation, if your body chooses this outlet). It will take some time, but they will eventually dissolve.
Fibroid tumors can make sexual intercourse very complicated due to immense pain and post-intercourse bleeding. They can greatly threaten pregnancy. They can also cause heavy and frequent menstrual periods, in addition to lethargy and fatigue and weakness. 40% of American females will unfortunately develop fibroid tumors in their lifetime, beginning as early as age 12.
I put together a formula for women and girls with fibroid tumors called Fibroid Buster. After doing our 3-week Full Body Detox (to start the healing and cleansing process), you can begin the anti-fibroid regimen by taking 6 capsules of Fibroid Buster per day.
Fibroid Buster is a formula that will help dissolve fibroid tumors in addition to cleansing the blood and the female channel. Fibroid Buster consists of the following herbs: Ashoka, Musta, Red Clover, White Oak Bark, Burdock, Carbon, Yucca, Manjistha, Goldenseal, Dong Quai, Squawvine, Cayenne, Witch Hazel Bark, Comfrey, and Rhatany.
Fibroid Buster is a powerful female reproductive channel and area astringent and alterative. It is 100% safe and sane, all-natural, and purely vegan.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dr. said I have a baseball size fibroid tumor?
I went to the dr. last week and she found a baseball size tumor on my left ovary. She is pretty sure it is just a fibroid but ran a bunch of blood tests and I go tomorrow for an ultrasound. Has anyone had this that can give me some advice? She briefly mentioned a hysterectomy and said she was pretty sure it isn’t cancer. Just the thought of them scare me. I’ve only been married for just over a year. I have three kids of my own he has 2. Two of mine are out of school. We don’t plan on having any more kids. I am 38 years old.
I had one the size of a golf ball and my ovary was twice the size it should have been. I too was all done having children and opted for the hysterectomy because my uterus was basically one big fibroid. Needless to say I had terrible periods and in constant pain. I still have one ovary so I don’t have to take any hormone pills. They also took my appendix while I was opened up. It was the best thing I ever did as far as I am concerned. Benefits: can’t get pregnant, no period, no more pain and very slim chance of getting cancer of the female parts. I felt like a new woman after I recovered. The lab automatically biopsies tumors where I live and it was benign.
I was diagnosed with a grapefruit sized fibroid tumor. Is it OK to wait 4months to have myomectomy?
It is causing discomfort like incontinence, constipation and bloating as well as a painful period. I was wondering if it damages my organs to wait. I have lived with this for awhile already. I am asking because I get the week between Christmas and New Years off and didn’t want to miss too much work. I am not sure how long it took to get to be that size since I hadn’t been to the OBGYN in 5 years.
A grape fruit size fibroid is fairly large. It is causing pressure symptoms too. Your decision depends on what your gynecologist advised you.
Did he/she suggest to you to get the operation done by a particular date.
You have a valid reason to get the operation delayed. It is best to meet your doctor and take a decision.
The only danger is the effect of increasing symptoms due to a delay.
But I personally believe that the growth of the tumor will not be rapid as it is a benign tumor. ( I presume because you have not mentioned about the biopsy report)
I am a medical doctor
can you still get pregnant with a small-medium size fibroid tumor?
Yes you sure can. My mom got pregnant with my little sister when she had fibroid tumors. Her periods were very irregular and she didn’t even know she was pregnant cause sometimes she wouldn’t have a period for months at a time. But she had the tumors until my sister was about four. So it is definitly possible. Plus I have a friend who has them also and she got pregnant too. It’s best to get them taken care of soon as possible though because my mom had to have a historectomy because of them. They had gotten too big.
I just found out I have fibroid tumor. Has anyone had any experiences with treatments?
I was just told I have a fibroid the size an orange. The Doctor has given me some options. First- I would be given hormones for 6 months to shrink the size of the fibroid and then have the fibroid removed. The down side is that the hormones will put me in a medically induced menapause. With all of the symtoms of menapause, including decrease in bone density. And the fibroid could grow right back!!! Next the doctor suggested Ablation. This is where the destroy the lining of my uterus with heat. This would render me infertile and does have some risks. The last resort is hysterectomy but the only one that would be 100% effective. But I would like to keep my uterus.
I am 35 years old and am not planning on having anymore children. Please if anyone has any stories or suggestions let me know I’m not sure which treatment I should pick.
I haven’t mentioned that I have had symptoms. I have VERY heavy periods that last about 7-10 days. I am now anemic because of this. Next because of the size of the fibroid it is pressing against my intestines and causing other problems.
Thirteen years ago, my doctor found a fibroid bigger than a softball. I chose the hysterectomy, but kept my ovaries (no hormone therapy needed). I was 40 years old, and have not regretted it a day since. I wasn’t planning on having any more kids, and I lost the monthly routine (along with all the back pain and cramping). I have started menopause, but it’s mild.
I didn’t give my doctor any other option. It’s what I wanted.
ok so i had a baby that had anecephaly and was born on 3/16, I was only 5 months and she was stillborn. about 2 months after I delivered some tissue of some sort came out of me and I thought it might be part of the placenta that was still in me or something. I took it to my dr and they tell me that its a fibroid and that I shouldnt be worried. This fibroid was not too big..maybe the size of a jumbo shrimp. My concern is im trying to get pregnant again and am scared that this may affect me. Could i possibly have more? if so how many? why didnt my dr see this when they did my ultrasound? could it have developed after the baby was born? is it normal to come out on its own like that? will it be harder to get pregnant again? as you can see I have a ton of questions and am scarred about not being able to get pregnant right away. If this has happened to you please let me know.
by the way i have my doubts that it is what my dr says first because I have no symptoms (which I know can happen) plus the description of a fibroid is its round in shape and smooth and Ive seen pics of it on the internt and thats not what it looked like. it was not round like a circle…maybe an oval but not enclosed it was really fleshy…(sorry tmi) what elese could it be
My mom had the same thing when she delivered my brother. She ended up getting pregnant once after (with my second brother) with no negative effects so it is possible to have them and get pregnant again. I don’t know the severity of them but I believe it is something that happens normally to women. You should definitely talk to your doctor about your specific case.
Try doing some research on them before you talk to your doctor so you can have your questions ready. I found this for you on Google so there is lots out there and it might be useful to you to get a little background on the subject. http://womenshealth.about.com/cs/fibroidtumors/a/fibroidtumors.htm
I know it must be very difficult for you being that you just lost a child but don’t lose hope. There is always hope out there. Talk to your doctor and have faith that everything will turn out fine. I’m truly sorry for your loss.
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