Fibroids In Uterus Surgery

How To Shrink Fibroids In The Uterus

If you have fibroids, you may already be aware that your treatment options as far as conventional medicine is concerned is severely limited. Both surgery and drug treatment to suppress estrogen are only temporary measures as they do not remove the causes of fibroids. This means that following surgery, or at the end of drug treatment, fibroids are likely to regrow.

If you would like to know how to shrink fibroids in the uterus, then there are a few natural treatments you can try.

Fibroids are fueled by estrogen, but are not caused exclusively by the presence of this hormone. It’s a rather complicated situation really, in that it is believed that fibroids form due to the subtle interaction of a number of factors, of which estrogen is just one. Not all women with high estrogen levels will have fibroids, yet possibly all women with fibroids will either have, or will have had, higher than average levels. Other factors are thought to be eating a poor diet, not drinking enough fluid, the ingestion of environmental toxins or pesticides and taking insufficient exercise.

Therefore, to shrink fibroids in the uterus, it is necessary to take control of your own estrogen levels. Your body weight is a major factor and it is usually the case that women with high levels are overweight. This is because fat cells are a secondary manufacturing and storage site for estrogen, Reducing your body fat will naturally reduce estrogen, so a robust fat-reducing diet is a good starting point. Also, you can reduce estrogen levels by eliminating toxins from the body. These types of substances are usually stored in the liver and the only good way to get rid of them is to undergo a thorough liver detox.

Exercise is also known to help shrink fibroids in the uterus, particularly that which encourages good blood flow through the abdominal area. So you could try impact exercise such as rebounding on a mini trampoline. Also, gentle abdominal massage can help as it relieves congestion and therefore helps with both pain relief and shrinkage.

Finally, trying to eat a diet which consists mainly of organic produce and includes at least 2 liters of filtered water daily is beneficial. You should also avoid eating animal fats, red meats, processed foods, sugars and additives such as colorings and flavorings.

The lack of comprehensive “real” help for women led an alternative practitioner to develop a complete system for shrinking fibroids which mirrored what she taught women in her busy clinic. 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. Please visit my website How To Shrink Fibroids In The Uterus.

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

    my mom has fibroids in uterus and she has to go thru surgery wat will b better laproscopic surgery or cut open?
    plz suggest…….

    • ANSWER:
      laparoscopy is definitely Better if uterus is not very large. Recovery is much better in laparoscopic surgery

    Hi, anyone out there from Ohio. I am soon to have an hysterectomy to have fibroids and my uterus removed?
    Should be able to keep ovaries. I am in the Cincinnati Ohio area. Tell me about your TAH. I need encourgament I am almost at the point to cancel my surgery date which is in 3 weeks.

    • ANSWER:
      I’m not from Ohio, but am a writer about women’s health issues-I have written hundreds of articles on fibroids!
      Have you had any thoughts at all about trying natural treatments to shrink your fibroids? I know it’s not an easy task but if you are committed, it can definitely work. I guess it will largely depend on how large your fibroids are though and what problems they are causing.
      If you go ahead with surgery, you should certainly do everything possible to keep your ovaries, although it’s no guarantee that you won’t go into an early menopause as sometimes the shock can send women over the edge. Additionally, women who have had hysterectomies do traditionally go through the menopause(even when ovaries are intact) earlier than those who still have their uterus.

      I assume you’ve looked at all the less invasive procedures, such as ablation and myectomy etc?

      For more info, you might like to look at my website, How To Shrink Fibroids- there are details of all the various procedures etc on there. Good luck.

    I might have to ge surgery for fibroids. Has anyone else one through this?
    Also, I have something else that is fibroid tissue growing in the uterus lining, but I can’t remember the name. I know that it starts with the letter A. Does anyone know?

    • ANSWER:
      Ah! Sounds like it is possible that your doctor has suggested that you undergo an endometrial ablation. My doctor suggested a version of Endometrial Ablation called Novasure. It is a quick procedure and the healing time is much quicker than other methods. Hope this helps!

    I went to my doctor and they found fibroids in my uterus. I had a ultrsound where they out a probe inside?
    you to ultrasound your uterus. They want to do a hysterectomy! Is this a reason for it and what should i expect from the surgery? How many days in the hospital? thanks
    i’m 39, i suffer from severe periods. I get them every 2 1/2 weeks, lasting 10 days & very bad bleeding!

    • ANSWER:
      Yes. If your fibroids are symptomatic (bleeding, pain etc) and especially if your family is complete get it done. There are two ways of doing a hysterectomy and you don’t say how they plan to do yours. I have given you two useful and reliable links.

    Golf Ball Sized Fibroids in my Uterus. Lost our son at 4 months. Anyone in a similar situation?
    My boyfriend & I recently lost our little boy at 4 months. There was a golf ball sized fibroid “wrapped around my placenta.” I’m 25 and this was my first pregnancy. My doctor’s appointment is on the 25th of this month, but he has already suggested undergoing surgery to have these removed. Has anyone with fibroids who has lost a baby underwent this procedure? I’m just curious as to whether I will be able to have children in the future. Thank you to anyone who can help.

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