Fibroids Abdominal Pain

How to Cure Fibroids Naturally Without Surgery Or Drugs

If you have fibroids, you may be wondering if it is possible to learn how to cure fibroids naturally. Like many women, you will probably have already have sought advice on possible treatments and be disappointed at the options presented to you.

Many doctors advocate doing nothing at all, as fibroids will shrink during the menopause. Others may recommend various surgical procedures which can indeed offer symptomatic relief, but the problem is that this is only ever likely to be a temporary solution. The fact is that unless you can treat the root cause of your fibroids, that will still remain and will trigger off further fibroid formation, even after surgery.

An increasing number of women are turning to natural treatment methods and if you are one of the many women wondering how to cure fibroids naturally, you will be pleased to learn that it is possible and thousands of women worldwide have already seen success and have managed to eliminate their symptoms and, more importantly, avoid surgery.

It is very difficult to pinpoint exactly what has caused fibroids in individuals, and this is one of the reason why conventional medicine cannot offer a permanent cure. There are often a number of common factors which are seen to be present in most women with fibroids, but not exclusively so. To give you an example, excess estrogen in known to be a factor, but not all women with high levels will have fibroids. It is also known that Afro-Caribbean women tend to have more cases of fibroids, but of course not all will have them. It is important to understand that it it the subtle interaction of a number of various factors, which affect each of us differently, due to our individual “make up” which sparks off fibroid growth.

Therefore, if you do not treat just what has caused your fibroids in the first place, no amount of surgery or hormonal treatment can help in the long term. What is needed is a multifaceted approach which covers all the possible known causes of fibroids and systematically eliminated them. It is only this type of approach, which uses a combination of herbal remedies, dietary measures and exercise which will teach you how to cure fibroids naturally.

One treatment to help you cure fibroids is a liver detox. Estrogen mimicking substances which are derived from pesticides and environmental toxins can become “locked” in the liver. The body finds it very difficult too eliminate these naturally and so unless you take the proactive step of a liver detox, these will feed the body with an estrogen-type substance which can trigger fibroids or fuel the growth of existing tumors. Often herbs such as Milk Thistle and Liverwort can help with a detox, along with simple measures such as drinking warm water and lemon juice before rising.

Another natural treatment for fibroids is to eat foods which are naturally anti-inflammatory. A good intake of foodstuffs such as oats, hops and cumin can help to calm any inflammatory conditions which might be contributing to your fibroid symptoms. Cutting out processed meats, such as sausages and salami can also help as can generally eating a balanced diet and drinking plenty of filtered water.

An alternative practitioner, specializing in fibroids realized that most women were finding it difficult to find sound information on how to cure fibroids naturally. She therefore developed the system which she already taught in her busy clinic and produced it in a downloadable format.

Her unique, 7 Step Plan has been successfully used by many thousands of women worldwide and for those who are willing to take charge of their own treatment and recognize that they will have to play an active role in their own healing, then this is simply ideal. If, however, you are the type of person who will simply expect to take a pill and be cured, then this is maybe not the right system for you. Please visit my website to see further comprehensive information about fibroids. You can find full details of how to cure fibroids naturally with the 7 Step Plan at Shink Fibroids 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

    I am 6 weeks pregnant and have some lower left abdominal pain because of fibroids. Is it dangerous?
    My ultrasound shows 3 big 7-9 cm fibroids in my lower uterus, left and right side. I had no pain before but since three days I experience some pain in left side.No back pain or bleeding is there. I am very much worried that I should not have a miscarriage. Is my baby is growing? This is my first pregnancy and I am 29 years old.

    • ANSWER:
      Hi, I’m 27 years old and I have same situation like you. I have many ( around 30) different size fibroids inside my uterus and I’m 29 weeks pregnant. My fibroids are as big as size of 20 weeks pregnancy. I’m already huge.
      I had no pain during my pregnancy but i had some bleeding when I was 12 weeks pregnant, I had a surgery in 2005 to remove fibroids and now I have pain on the previous stitch. Other then that I don’t have serious problem.
      I think your situation is much better then mine. I think you need to take rest and follow doctor’s advice. Don’t do any hard work. take a lot of vegetables, fruits and nutritious food. take folic acid, calcium and vitamin supplement. If you do these your baby wont have any vitamin deficiency.
      I believe you will be alright.
      I wish you all the best. Take care.

    My OBGYN says I have golf size fibroids. Lower abdominal discomfort. How can I ease the pain? No surgery.?
    Intermediate pain, mostly in the morning, aching pain. Some days worst than others. Had ultrasound and MRI.

    • ANSWER:
      While you can take medications to try and shink them/temporarily alleviate symptoms, the medication is often worse than the fibroids (i.e., Lupron). It sounds like the pain and symptoms are starting to really interupt your days, so please reconsider definitive treatment so that you can regain your quality of life. The treatments include laparoscopic myomectomy, hysteroscopic resection of myomas (HRM), laparoscopic myolosis, Uterine Artery Embolization, and in some cases, hysterectomy (but you don’t have to go that route). There are no medical or alternative therapies proven to effectively treat the fibroids in the long-term, so definitive treatment really is needed. Good luck and feel better.

    Is it possible for fibroids to recur within 2 years of surgery to remove them?
    I know new fibroids can develop after a myomectomy. But so soon? I’m having similar symptoms as I did when I was first diagnosed: bloating that doesn’t seem entirely due to GI problems, a lump in my lower abdomen, sharp abdominal pains and heavy periods. I assume it’s fibroids again. But what else could those symptoms be from?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes it is. You should go get checked to make sure that is all it is.

    Pain in lower stomach…Fibroids?
    My mom and my nana (grandmother) were both diagnosed with having fibroids. I know that they are genetic, so my probability of having them is higher than the average women. I often get sharp pains in my lower stomach on my right side. A few days ago the pain was so intense during sex that I had to stop. Yesterday it was excruciating to even set up, lay down, or even walk. I stayed up most of the night trying to deal with the pain. Also I have to urinate often, majority of the time have painful periods, and fullness and pressure in my lower abdomen along with other symptoms. This has happened many times in the past but I never made the connection between the pain and fibroids until recently. I know that pain during sex, frequent urination, fullness and pressure in the abdominal, area are some of the symptoms of fibroids. Could it be that I have a fibroid?

    • ANSWER:
      There is a good chance that you do. You should go to the gyno and get it checked out. If you are on hormonal birth control (pill, ring, patch, etc) it could be making fibroids grow larger. They usually shrink again when you stop.

      Go get checked out. The doctor will do a pelvic exam and will order an ultrasound on your uterus. Then you’ll have the answer.

      Fibroids don’t always have to be removed surgically. Sometimes they can be managed in other ways, or just left alone unless they become too problematic. If they are removed surgically, the surgeon usually doesn’t have to cut into you. They go up through your cervix and remove them (similar to a D & C)

    Abdominal pain – ovarian cysts ruled out. What could it be?
    I’ve been having a constant dull pain in one side of my lower abdomen (by where my left ovary is) for 2 weeks now. I finally was able to see my OBGYN, who at first thought it was a cyst when he felt the area; however, an ultrasound showed that my ovary is fine. The nurse who did the ultrasound said that it COULD be endometriosis, but the only way they could determine that is with a scope. I don’t think I have any other symptoms of endometriosis with exception of 3 very small fibroids found in the ultrasound and fatigue.

    (My OBGYN also put me on Tylenol 3 for the pain, since regular Tylenol or OTC pain relievers weren’t working; the Tylenol 3 isn’t doing much of anything so far.)

    The nurse said I should see my general practitioner/internist, and there may be a problem with my intestines or bowels that lay behind the ovary. (I have an appointment early tomorrow.)

    What could possibly be the problem? I’m young (28) and I don’t really know what medical problems could arise so suddenly. Any thoughts would be appreciated, since I’m very bothered and anxious about this.

    • ANSWER:
      honestly i dont know but look at this site it gives you info and wat i would do would to poke around the internet some.
      hope it helps

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