Fibroids Miracle By Amanda Leto
Fibroids Miracle is one of the best selling guides for women who want to get rid of their fibroids naturally, without drugs, surgery or other unnecessary intervention. I was sent a complimentary copy of the book by Amanda Leto and asked to take a look at it following its recent updating.
Having been an advocate of using natural treatments for all manner of conditions, I have a particular interest in fibroids treatment as I have seen many women suffer unnecessarily for prolonged periods of time. Indeed I have often written about various simple remedies for shrinking fibroids and have also often recommended holistic cures which have seen a good degree of success for many women.
I didn’t really know what to expect when I received Amanda’s email but at the earliest opportunity I delved into the masses information I had been sent and I had one word to describe how I felt-Excited.
Quite simply, this was the most well put-together system for eliminating fibroids that I had ever seen. It is written in a clear, no-nonsense way and is, quite simply, the most comprehensive resource I have ever seen on the subject of fibroids.
Not only does Fibroids Miracle offer workable instructions on how to get relief from your uncomfortable and painful symptoms, it provides straightforward, simple to understand steps which will teach you how to get rid of your fibroids altogether and there is a clear distinction here. There is no doubt that the subject can be very confusing and many women feel that there is so much information out there on the internet (some of it conflicting!) that it is difficult to know what to do for the best. What makes Fibroids Miracle different is the close attention paid to every single element required to help you eliminate your fibroids. After reading this book you will certainly be left in no doubt as to what steps are required.
One of the other aspects which I particularly liked was plan is not a “one size fits all” it allows customization for your unique set of symptoms and root causes, meaning faster and more reliable results. Within its 250 jam-packed pages, Amanda gives a complete and detailed overview of each step and there are very detailed charts and checklists which make this step-by-step approach virtually foolproof.
However, what really sets it apart from the rest is the 3 months private email support offered by Amanda and it is only when you think about how much this type of contact would typically cost with a specialist within the field that you begin to realise how valuable this is.
One thing which you must understand is that there is no “quick-fix” as far as natural fibroid treatment is concerned. Indeed, Amanda quite rightly stresses that you will need to take charge of your own treatment and be prepared to make worthwhile changes to ensure success.
What I am prepared to say is that I feel that Fibroids Miracle will be the last resource you will ever need. With a publication of such high quality, it is difficult to find any aspect to criticise but the only thing I would say is that initially, you may find the amount of information overwhelming as even though I have personally researched and written about fibroids for over 2 years, there was so much in there which I didn’t know! However, simply take your time and slowly digest the information and then formulate your own plan, making full use of the charts and checklists and you could be seeing a real difference within a couple of weeks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Has anyone had fibroids that hid the ultrasound image of the fetus?
I’ve had 2 miscarriages already, so I was all ready to accept that at 9 weeks, with no fetus visible on ultrasound that I was sure to be told the to expect a third miscarriage. But my doctor said that even though the yolk sac was empty, it was possible that large fibroids could be obscuring the image of the fetus. Somehow. I don’t know. Now I have to wait another week for another image. He didn’t think taking more HCG levels would help clear things up. I’m really frustrated with this roller coaster ride. I had high HCG levels in the beginning and I feel very pregnant. But that doesn’t count for much, I suppose. I saw the scan and it looked like a black empty oval.
I had lot of fibroids inside my uterus and I had a surgery to remove them. After 22 months of that surgery I got pregnant but at the same time the fibroids grew again, even bigger in size. Now I’m 24 weeks pregnant. I’m not having a lot of problem other then a huge tummy and some minor uncomfortableness.
Doctors tried to detect my pregnancy through ultrasound when I was 6 weeks pregnant but she couldn’t see anything other then fibroids. She also tried vaginal ultrasound, still she could see nothing. The fibroids were so big that the hid the tiny yolk. She gave me blood test to be confirmed about the pregnancy and told me to wait 2 more weeks to get the yolk picture.
After 2 weeks doctors could see the yolk at the upper side of the uterus, the lower part of the uterus was full of fibroids.
I’m too careful about the pregnancy as its really risky. I’m hoping that I can give birth of the baby without any big problem. I don’t know yet what the doctor is going to do with my uterus when I’ll have the surgery to give birth of the baby.
Increased clear vaginal discharge good or bad?
Increased clear vaginal discharge to where the underwear is soaked……is that a sign of pregnancy? I also have every symptom of being pregnant (except i havent taken a test yet). But I also know that I have fibroids and ovarian cysts.
Some females experience more discharge when they are pregnant, some don’t. I never did. Best to take a test.
Different Types of Discharge:
White: Thick, white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Normal white discharge is not accompanied by itching. If itching is present, thick white discharge can indicate a yeast infection.
Clear and stretchy: This is “fertile” mucous and means you are ovulating.
Clear and watery: This occurs at different times of your cycle and can be particularly heavy after exercising.
Yellow or Green: May indicate an infection, especially if thick or clumpy like cottage cheese or has a foul odor.
Spotting Blood/Brown Discharge: May happen right after periods, and is just “cleaning out” your vagina. Old blood looks brown. This may occur when you are ovulating/mid-cycle.
Different types of infections:
Signs of yeast infections:
White, cottage cheese-like discharge
Swelling and pain around the vulva
Buy Monistat 7 over-the-counter
Signs of bacterial vaginosis:
A white, gray or yellowish vaginal discharge
A fishy odor that is strongest after sex or after washing with soap
Itching or burning
Slight redness and swelling of the vagina or vulva
See a doctor
while you’re ovulating what kind of position to put yourself after sex to get prego also i have fibroids?
i had sex last night with my BOO and we’re trying to have babies i didn’t want the sperm to be waist lololololo so laid down on my back and put two pillow under my feet .when i woke up this morning i saw a white sticky thing and a clear shiny one i don’t know if it’s sperm or semen? so please clear me out a bit!!!!!!!! Mss. i can’t wait to get prego!
lol, sperm and semen is the same thing. And Im not quite sure where you found it. But I find that the more you keep pushing to be pregnant the harder it will be. Keep it casual and dont try so hard and youre sure to become a mommy to be!
do fibroid-clear shrink fibroid as it claims?
do fibroid shrinking kit help to shrink fobroid? have any one really used it? what is the sucess rate to shrink fibroids? are there any side effcets? can we avoid UAE if we take fibroid clear..? knidly help as my fibroids are killing me…with heavy bleeding and pain
If it is something that has been Medically advised to use then it should be safe, if it isn’t, you should seek advice from a qualified Doctor or Physician
Fibroids and TTC# 1 Anyone going through this?
I was diagnosed with multiple fibroids. I’m only in my 20’s and I am trying to conceive. My doctor told me that she does not see any reason I would have trouble conceiving because my uterine cavity is clear and I don’t have irregular periods. My concerns is that I can feel 2 of my fibroids and it seems like I would have trouble having a baby. I have only been trying for about 2 months but I am concerned. Anyone going through something similar? any advice?
I dont have fibroids but they recently found a polyp in my uterus. I have to get it removed next month. We have been TTC # 1 for six months with no luck so we are hopeful that once it is removed then it should be even easier to conceive. I am in my 20’s and have regular cycles as well. My Dr also told me that as long as I am having normal periods then I should be ovulating and then there is no reason why we cant get pregnant. So now I just need to get that polyp out and relax and let it happen. So I am sure you are the same way. I dont think you should worry too much. As long as a DR knows the situation and is monitoring it, they know best so if they say you are ok then just relax and enjoy TTC> It can be so frustrating but hang in there it will all be worth it. Good Luck
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