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Natural Remedies For Fibroids – Shrink Fibroids Naturally

Given the choice, most women would prefer to use natural remedies for fibroids rather than resorting to surgery or harmful hormonal treatment. The option of “doing nothing” is a possibility as far as fibroids is concerned as they are almost always harmless. However, for many women, simply “doing nothing” is most certainly not an option, as they struggle on with uncomfortable and often debilitating symptoms which include bloating, pain during intercourse, heavy bleeding, anemia and breathlessness. Not all women have fibroids, yet it is estimated that over 50% of women of childbearing age will have fibroids, but a much smaller number than this will have symptoms and require treatment.

Many thousands of women worldwide have used natural treatments which have enabled them to shrink fibroids naturally. Although this sounds great in theory, it is perhaps not quite as simple as it sounds.

The very nature of fibroids means that they often have multiple causes. It is believed that fibroids grow due to the subtle interaction of a number of factors which happen, almost by chance, to be present in a woman’s body at the optimum time. What this means is that there is rarely one simple cure, but that most women will need to use a combination of natural remedies for fibroids which are relevant in their particular case for them to have measurable success.

The good news, however, is that most women <b>can</b> be successful. However, this requires a certain amount of motivation as there is no “quick fix” solution to shrink fibroids naturally. You need to be prepared to persevere with treatments over a number of weeks to see a reduction in fibroid size, although there is no doubt that certain strategies can bring symptomatic relief within a few days. If you are the type of person who is looking for an immediate solution, then you will probably not be happy with using natural treatments. If, however, you are the type of person who is willing to take an active involvement in your own treatment and healing, then this method is for you. I would say that if you are a woman considering fibroid surgery and are prepared to try an alternative method first, then this is for you. The very fact that fibroids are rarely dangerous gives women the opportunity of trying other methods out without jeopardizing their health.

One consistent element of any natural remedies for fibroids is to look at ways of controlling the levels of estrogen within the body. It is widely recognized that estrogen is one of the “fuels” which enables fibroid growth to take place so this makes complete sense. One way of reducing estrogen is to ensure you maintain a healthy weight, as estrogen is both stored in and produced by fat cells. In addition, limiting your intake of non-organically farmed meats can help, as some crops used for animal feeds have estrogen-like pesticides on them and these migrate into the feeding animals. This estrogen-like compound is then stored in the liver and is difficult to eliminate naturally. Many women have found that a good liver detox has helped in this respect.

Women who are prone to inflammatory conditions often have a higher likelihood of fibroids. For this reason, one strategy often recommended is that women who are trying to shrink fibroids should eat anti-inflammatory foods such as oats, hops, cumin and rosemary.

There are a few alternative practitioners who will give advice on how to shrink fibroids naturally. However, it can be very difficult to locate one who specializes in fibroids and if you manage to do so, the charges can be very expensive and waiting lists can be very long as the demand is great.

The lack of real help for women with fibroids led Shola Oslo, an alternative practitioner who specializes in teaching women natural remedies for fibroids, to develop a complete 7 step system which is completely guaranteed. Her busy clinic left her unable to take on many additional patients but the demand was clearly there. As a result, she has now helped thousands of women worldwide who she has never met. Please bear in mind though, this requires you to be proactive and take charge of your own healing by making dietary and lifestyle changes and following a systematic program-it is not suitable for women who simply want to take a tablet and be cured. This is not possible for fibroids. Are you ready to get rid of your fibroids once and for all? To see details of her methods, please visit Shrink Fibroids Naturally For further general information and to learn all about the different types of fibroids plus the different treatments for each, please visit Natural Remedies For Fibroids

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

    Lower back pain (inj), no sleep, swollen ankles and high HR- BP fine, Fibroids and possible diabetes- help?
    I know I sound like a mess- too much stress, no sleep- 40 yr old mother of 9 month old angel son- bery active- likes to be held. I fell like I am falling apart physically- I know I am overweight and out of shape- emergency C-section of 3 month early preemie and 82 days in NICU- then PPD for 2 months when he cam home- How can I get back on track and be around for the long haul with my son- husband is working full-time and does not need to know all this is going on but I am starting to break physically and hope it is not too late to fix me! Oh yeah- my husband (4 yrs younger) wants me to have another baby – I need to have the fibroids removed before I conceive and I am worried I will not be healthy enough to have the surgery….TG for my son- he is so sweet and innocent- he deserves to have a healthy Mom!

    • ANSWER:
      I hate to say this but this is why women should have children younger our bodies are more durable then. I definetly would not have another child you may not make it thtough this time and you need to explain that to your husband. The risks for you and your unborn are doubled as soon as you reach 30, so at forty they must be ridiculous. YOur husband has a right to know everything. That is what marriage is about you need to be open with him. Your body may be falling apart but so are your hormones. You sound postpartem. Even if your child is 9 monthes with my first I had it for 14 monthes. You need to talk to your doctor or a therapist personally I recommend group therapy because it makes you feel normal again knowing that so many other women are going through similar situations. Also take walks to the park or around a local mall even when you don’t feel up to it, you need to make yourself be active. It will increase your energy, you’ll lose weight and meet interesting people.

    Can fibroids stop your menstrual cycle?
    My period is very late and I am not pregnant. The doctor says I have signs of fibroids: lower back pain, pelvic pain, fatigue, etc. Can fibroids stop a menstrual cycle?
    I want to reiterate… I just got back from my doctor and I am NOT pregnant.

    • ANSWER:
      Fibroids can alter your menstrual cycle as can any tumour. I know it’s the word tumour is scary but Uterine Fibroids are non cancerous.

      If your concern is over having a child, I would look at options sooner rather than later as to having one, as a histerectomy would probably be the most appropriate option.

      This may not be what you want to hear but unfortunately it is for the best. Rather it take your ability to have children than your life.

      However, don’t take this as a definitive comment as obviously it differs with each individual as to how the fibroids affect them.

    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.

    Menstruation changed from no pain to SEVERE cramps and lower back pain…what’s happening?
    I got pregnant on the pill while my bf’s mother at 60, was dying from cancer and my bf insisted to abort as he was fired from his job bc his boss didn’t want to deal with him missing days off work to spend time with his mother at the hospital. 🙁 The abortion was a year and 4 months ago and ever since, my periods hurt soo much… I get lower back pain that makes me almost want to pass out when I’m standing and cramps that are so bad it keeps me home from attending my university classes. I’ve been to doctors, had an ultrasound and they didn’t find anything.. like fibroids or such. But I’m not convinced that something isn’t wrong and the doctors tell me that it’s just normal but i don’t think they understand that my period before was not painful or anything. Even around my ovaries now, i have started getting tender the last 3 months when my period starts… (in my mind i imagine a back-flow of blood through my tubes and into my ovaries). I’ve been to so many doctors and they aren’t any help. Has anyone else experienced this?

    • ANSWER:

    What could be the cause of missed periods + lower back pain?
    I’m 31 years old and have missed three periods but I’m not pregnant. I also have a constant, nagging, dull ache in my lower back. I had a transvaginal ultrasound a few months ago and it showed that everything was normal (no cysts, fibroids, etc.). In addition, I always feel completely exhausted no matter how much I’ve rested or slept. I’m concerned but my M.D. and OB/GYN seem dismissive. I just feel like something is not right but I don’t know what it is and my current doctors don’t seem to care. On a side note, I’m always asked if I’m stressed out or worrying but I’d like to make clear that other than this, everything is fine. What could be the cause of my missed periods and back pain? I’m currently searching for new doctors because I don’t think I’m being a hypochondriac. I can’t believe I’m saying this but I really want to get my periods again.
    I’m not pregnant. I had a blood test 4 days ago.

    • ANSWER:
      Get another opinion if you are not happy with the response you are currently getting. You have to take charge of your own health care!

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