Fibroids Period Pain

Fibroid Pain Relief – Easing Painful Fibroids Naturally

Fibroids can be painful at any time of the month. However, they usually cause much more discomfort at the time of your menstrual period. Fibroid pain relief and the treatment of excessive bleeding can be achieved using a number of simple steps. You should try a number of different methods until you discover which is the most effective for you as the level of relief will vary from woman to woman.

Easing painful fibroids can be done using conventional and natural methods.

* Ibruprofen or Motrin, can help, both of which are anti-inflammatories

* Take Vitamins A, C, E, B12 and Folic Acid

* Avoid using tampons

* Use a heat pad or hot water bottle

* Exercise regularly

* Lie down on your side and pull your knees up to your chest

* Try kneeling on all-fours and arching/stretching your back

* Lie on your back with your knees bent and supported by a pillow

* Gentle massage can give fibroid pain relief

You should consider taking steps to get rid of your fibroids permanently as your quality of life can can be improved enormously once you are free of this condition. Surgery and drug treatment are not permanent solutions as they do not eliminate the root causes of your fibroids. However, this can be done using a range of natural strategies which are designed to eliminate all of the possible primary and secondary causes of fibroids. Although significant shrinkage can take some time, fibroid pain relief can happen literally within days when the correct strategies are used.

Written by a nutritionalist, alternative health practitioner and former fibroid sufferer, this system is truly groundbreaking, and I am confident that you will get fast fibroid pain relief and the reassurance that you have finally found something that will genuinely help you get rid of your fibroids once and for all.

About the Author:
If you would like to see further information on easing painful fibroids, please visit How To Get Rid Of Fibroids.

The outstanding feature of this comprehensive system is the 3 months free one-to-one email support.


Frequently Asked Questions

    Uterine fibroids, pain, heavy bleeding and irregular periods?
    I have multiple large and small fibroids, severe endometriosis, severe adhesions (they thought I’d had chemo). I used to have very regular periods but they are now irregular and heavy with a long pms time around when I expect a period. I was getting one heavy one about every other month having to change pads every 15 minutes for one day of it. And a lighter one in between with alot of spotting. But sometimes I can have pms symptoms like I’m starting and not start for a couple weeks. (They say it’s inoperable.) Is this common? What should I be worried about? What can I do?

    • ANSWER:
      I had this same problem in 2005, I experienced heavy bleeding and it continued for about a week, quit with just spotting and then back to bleeding again. This was so bad it put me in a very weak state and finally decided to visit obgyn and had blood test and ultra sound done. I was so low on blood that I had to have 4 pints replaced due to so much blood loss. The ultra sound showed a fibroid tumor. I had a total abdominal hysterectomy in September 2005 and the tumor removed. The fibroid tumor was causing the main problem for me, making my periods unbearable. Now I feel fine health wise, my blood count is back up, but of course I went straight to menopause, but I’m handling it the best I can. I wish you luck, have your blood checked for anemia and an ultra sound to see where and how large the fibroids are.

    What’s The Most Effective Medication For Period Pains?
    I take medications for my fibroids. The medications cure my period pains. When I have my fibroids removed, I will no longer take medications. Nurofen, paracetamol and ibuprofen are not effective medications.

    • ANSWER:
      If you suffer from period pains a hot water bottle against your lower abdomen, or a hot bath may help you. The pain often does not last long, and this may be all that you need.

      i have VIVINC which is an italian medicine- like aspiring dissolve in water. doesnt taste great but certainly does the job

      Also feminax works well too

    If you had fibroids on your uterus and a severe period with heavy painful bleeding would you get a?
    hysterectomy or endometrial ablation? just say your period comes every 3 weeks and is unbearable! severe pain, exhaustion! thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      It really depends on what you want for fertility and if you’re willing to go on hormonal treatment

      Some people will try to take NSAID’s (advil) or Cyclokapron to help with the bleeding.

      Contraception (like depo provera) or other hormonal contraception (mirena IUD) can help stop/regulate periods if you’re willing to take them.

      The surgical option for women who still want fertility is a surgical myomectomy. If you don’t want more kids, then a hysterectomy, endometrial ablation, or uterine artery embolization are options to decrease/remove the fibroid.

      The good news is that nearly all women have their fibroids shrink with menopause. The bad news is that’s also when you stop having periods, so it doesn’t really help.

    Is it normal to have so many period-related aches and pains when you are in your 40’s?
    During the week before my period starts, my whole body just feels terrible. I have migraines, joint pain, pains all over the place, on the left abdomen and right abdomen, pain where my ovaries probably are, pain down the middle of my abdomen – don’t know whether that’s my colon or my uterus, back pain, other muscle pain, headaches, I feel extremely fatiqued, etc. I am so tired of having all these pains all over the place and I can’t pinpoint their causes. I am 43 years old, I have three pretty big fibroids, and extremely bad periods. I also have carpal tunnel, which gets worse during this time too. Right now I don’t have any insurance, so I can’t go to a doctor unless it’s the ER. That just makes any problem I have feel so much worse, because I just imagine what’s going on in there and get worried. I graduate from college next winter and hopefully will get a job quickly and then have insurance. Am I being a mid-life hypochondriac? Are there any herbal remedies for me?

    • ANSWER:
      Welcome to the wild world of peri-menopause! There could be something seriously wrong with you, but you may have trouble getting a doctor to investigate if you just provide the above list. It sounds all too normal to me! I’m almost 46 and the last few years have been worse than adolescence. I have two suggestions for you.

      1. Try to find out if the fact that you are miserable for the 1.5 weeks around your period, but ok the rest of the time (?), makes it more or less likely that there is something seriously wrong.

      2. In case it is perimenopause, get a book! The one that worked for a friend of mine, and helped me as well, is Menopause Without Medicine. My friend read it cover to cover and the herbal remedies and diet really helped her. I read parts of it and it helped me, also, though not as dramatically as her.

      Good luck, hope you feel better and “grow” out of it. That’s what I’m hoping for!!!

    about pain and fibroids, please answer x?
    i have so much pain constatly i my womb area, wen i was 18 i had a scan which showed i had 2 fibroids, i heard nothing mor about it, now im 22 and my life has changed because of the pain, my periods have become iregular, shorter but alot heavier. i have pain when i have sex, and was given anti spasam tablets along wih really strong painkillers. i have a scan tomoorw, both on the outside and inside, iam terrifed of what they mite find. how uick afta the scan will i find out whats going on?? will i see the screen? i was tod its really raraving fibroids under the age of 35, imreally worried. xx

    • ANSWER:
      Fibroids are not uncommon in under 35’s-just a bit less likely. Firstly, be reassured that fibroids are rarely dangerous, despite how big they grow. However, they can cause horrible symptoms, just as you are experiencing and need dealing with. Surgical options are not always the best option, especially as you are still young and may wish to have children in the future. Unless you have a hysterectomy, there is a real chance that even with surgical removal, the fibroids can regrow. The best thing you can do is to try and change your lifestyle and diet to shrink your fibroids naturally. This can take time and you will need to be motivated, but it sounds like you have all the motivation you need!
      Take a look at the site below for further info and GOOD LUCK!

You May Also Like These Topics...

Fibroids In The Uterus Symptoms

Can Diet Help With Fibroids In The Uterus? What To Eat And Drink Fibroids in the uterus are very common and affect many women during childbearing years. This non-cancerous, solid tumor can grow in the womb. Many women ask, “can diet help with fibroids in the uterus?” and the answer is that it can, but […]

What Do Fibroids Look Like On An Ultrasound

Ovarian Cysts – What They Are And How They Affect You If you have experienced ovarian cysts at one time or another, they either went away on their own or they caused you significant pain and discomfort. In order to plan the best way of action, you need information on ovarian cysts – what they […]

Natural Cure For Fibroids

Natural Cures for fibroids – Natural Foods To Help Shrink and cure Fibroids Early detection of uterine fibroids is beneficial to cure women suffering from it simply because fibroids natural cure could be actually available right at their homes, and they can make use of these to prevent the progress of the condition. These natural cure will […]

Apple Cider Vinegar For Fibroids

Apple Cider Vinegar and fibroids, Is Apple Cider Vinegar Safe? Uterine polyps are benign growths that develop in the lining of the uterus. They are usually found during routine pelvic exams. Some women experience pain when these polyps grow large enough to cause discomfort. Although natural apple cider vinegar and the cure for fibroids are thought […]

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,
Previous Post

Uterine Fibroids Mri

Next Post

Surgery Fibroids

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.