Healing Fibroids

Healing Fibroids Naturally – How to Eliminate Fibroids

Healing fibroids naturally can be done. If you have had fibroids for some time, you may have been led to believe that there is nothing which can be done to treat them other than invasive surgery. Indeed many doctors recommend taking no action at all as fibroids will naturally shrink at the time of the menopause. If you find your fibroids are causing no symptoms, it is perfectly fine to leave them alone as only a minute fraction of fibroids are cancerous.

However, the reality is very different for most women. With symptoms including bloating, urinary and bowel problems, heavy bleeding, anemia and exhaustion, it is no women that women seek to find out how to heal fibroids.

There are very few alternative practitioners who specialize in healing fibroids naturally and because of this, you can be forgiven for thinking that there is very little you can do. It is very difficult to find someone locally who can help and even if you are fortunate enough to do so, the charges can be very high.

Many women are surprised to learn that even surgery or drug treatment gives no guarantee of a permanent solution. Indeed within a few months of surgery, fibroids can begin to regrow as surgery only treats the symptoms and not the causes of fibroids.

Doctors do not unanimously agree of the causes of fibroids. However, there are certain common factors which predispose women. High estrogen levels can make a women more likely to have fibroids as can being over 30 and being of Afro-Caribbean descent. In addition a woman whose mother had fibroids is more likely to have them than one where there is no history. Successful ways of healing fibroids will take into account the possible causes and systematically eliminate them, using tried and tested methods. For example, if excess estrogen is a problem, ways of reducing this include weight control, as estrogen is stored and manufactured by fat cells. For other women, pollutants which mimic estrogen can be stored in the liver and a detox may be part of the answer. What is certain is that there is no one simple way to heal fibroids.

Conventional treatments include drug treatment and surgery. Drug treatment is only ever a “means to an end” and is used to shrink fibroids prior to surgery. It cannot be used long term because of the unpleasant and dangerous side effects which include bone loss leading to osteoporosis, menopausal symptoms, thinning vaginal skin and facial wrinkles. If a woman has a hysterectomy, this is the only surgery which guarantees that fibroids cannot regrow as the uterus is removed. However, other treatments to remove individual fibroids can and often does result in regrowth. A hysterectomy is major surgery and many women prefer to avoid this whenever possible.

The fact that fibroids are rarely serious, despite the unpleasant symptoms they cause, means that women do have the option of trying methods of healing fibroids naturally without jeopardizing their health.

Increasingly, women are finding that natural ways of healing fibroids are offering a real solution and are indeed a viable option. By using tried and tested methods you can obtain fast relief even from the most unpleasant symptoms within days. Other symptoms such as bloating, cramps and heavy periods could be gone within hours.

The very fact that fibroids can have multiple causes and very often the solution required is very much tailored to the individual. It would be pretty irresponsible to publish a haphazard array of advice which will certainly not be appropriate in every case and would not necessarily be helpful in shrinking fibroids naturally. Indeed what works for one person may not work for another and it it absolutely vital that you have a comprehensive understanding before beginning treatment. The system I recommend is written by Shola Oslo, who is an alternative practitioner specializing in women’s issues. She has had unprecedented success in helping women to heal fibroids naturally by using tried and tested methods. You can read all about her treatments at Stop Fibroids To see general information about fibroids and for links to information about the different types of fibroids, their diagnosis and symptoms, please see Healing 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.

Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/womens-health-articles/healing-fibroids-naturally-how-to-eliminate-fibroids-756510.html

Frequently Asked Questions

    Anyway to heal or cure uterine fibroids without drugs and surgery? Like naturally or with herbal remedies?
    I was recently diagnosed with uterine fibroids and my doctor offered me options that I don’t like – drugs and surgery. I am searching for alternatives and wanted to know if anyone has maybe tried a homeopathic or herbal remedy that they could recommend. I would have asked my doctor but don’t believe I would get an objective answer. I’m deathly afraid of surgery and hate taking drugs. I’m african-american and 28 years old and want children in the future. Thanks in advance.

    • ANSWER:
      I did a search and pulled this off a website I found:

      How To Shrink Uterine Fibroids By Up To 86%…
      Without Drugs, Surgery Or Harmful Side-Effects

      Inside you’ll discover…

      The risks and side effects of medical treatments for uterine fibroids you will never hear from your doctor

      Tried and tested strategies for overcoming painful intercourse

      How to stop heavy bleeding, cramps and bloating within hours

      How to get fast relief from period pain – without drugs or nasty side effects

      7 easy lifestyle changes you can make today to shrink your fibroids and restore your periods to normal

      How to get pregnant even if you have large fibroids, and tips on fibroids and pregnancy

      Why you should never have surgery for fibroids (especially fibroid embolization)

      7 foods for shrinking fibroids, and 7 foods that make them grow (and how to avoid these dangerous foods)

      And the latest scientific breakthroughs on natural remedies for uterine fibroids

      You can sign up for their newsletter on that website.
      Hope that’s what you were looking for. Best wishes.

    What are somethings that you know started your labor?
    Okay, the facts:

    a) I have had four ultrasounds done and every one put my due date at Sept 4 (kind of freaky!)

    b) My OB feels that my healing from my past C-section was poor and she see fibroids along my scar in my uterus so she insists on another C-section which is scheduled for Aug 28 (exactly one week before my due date).

    c) My mother’s birthday is Aug 1, mine is Aug 9, and my father’s is Aug 17 so the next date in that pattern would be Aug 25. That is only three days prior to when she would do the C-section anyway so the baby will be fine then.

    So what are something that brought on your labor??

    It is really important to me to have her on the 25th because it would be so cool for my very small family to have something like that.
    My OB wont schedule the C-section on the 25th because that is a Saturday. She said it was fine if I go into labor and she wont stop it or give me any of the preventative measures (Cerfactin) but she wont schedule except for Tuesdays and Thrusdays.

    • ANSWER:
      Sex bought on labour for 2 of my 4 kids. Dancing bought on labour with my 2nd child……

    I’m a 35 yr old blk fm w/ a history of fibroids and cycst I’m scheduled for a hysterectomy and what goods come
    I have no kids and with my history of this problem the doctor said I’m a high risk to carry a child and so many lthings could happen. What I’m really looking for is a support group. I consider myself to be young and vibrant and I would like to know how much will this deter or if all. What can I do to help my healing process. I know that all women do go through this but I would like help from someone who is like me. I pray everyday, but I would like someone to talk to. All my friends are married with kids, so they try to be sympathic ,but its not the same. Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      I am a 34 year white woman with the same problem. I was told I needed surgery (one of mine is 10 cm) , but with no insurance, the doctors decided I will survive without it . Go figure
      None of my friends understand either. They all tell me how lucky I am not to have children, and don’t understand how it feels not to have that choice or how physically painful this condition can be. I try to find the good in my situation. I don’t have to worry about a babysitter, or school clothes, or birth control, etc.. But every once in awhile, it gets to me. I don’t have to worry about being a grandmother either. It hurts… I know. Sad as it sounds, it has become easier now that I have given up hope. I will never be a mother. Ok. I try to move forward.
      I found lots of info on the web but didn’t look specifically for a support group. I am dealing with my emotions more or less by accepting the situation, and not dwelling on them all the time (like I use to). I hope that you find the support you need, or your own way to deal with this. You can look forward to life after surgery… no more pain, girl! That is worth celebrating. Good luck, and God Bless.

    I am 29 with no children. I have always had a very regular period until a few years ago. I started to get night sweats and gradually longer, heavier periods. This past period (which is STILL continuing) started on Feb 8th! I went to my OBG on Monday who felt my uterus and said it was enlarged. I have had an ultra sound in the past which shows I have a fibroid tumor 3 cm in diameter. So her suspicion is that either the fibroid has gotten larger or I have this adenomyoma in which your uterine lining thickens and grows into itself.
    She suggested another set of ultrasouunds, followed by Lupron injections to shrink it then surgery to shave it away.
    I am into naturally healing and to be honest I will go for the ultra sounds to see whats up, but I probably will not concent to surgery or hormones. My main goal is to preserve my fertility.
    Has anyone gone through this that can offer any advice?
    No jerks please.

    • ANSWER:
      If you want to try and reduce fibriods naturally, avoid:
      Birth control pills, Hormone replacement drugs, condom spermicides, Conventional personal care products, particularly cosmetics, Plastic cookware, Growth hormones found in factory-farmed animal products, Pesticides and herbicides, DDT, PCBs – polychlorinated biphenyls, and foaming agents in soaps and detergents

      Make sure you are at your ideal weight, not overweight.

      And reduce stress in your life.

      Sometimes going on a water fast, for a period of time eating nothing and drinking only water, can help.

    uterus/ fibroids?
    I had a large uterine fibroid removed on April 22. The fibroid was large 10.5 cm, so they did it by an incision cut (from my belly button down to the top of my vagina). The first week and 1/2 were painful, but now I’m up, walking around doing pretty normal activities. Went to my post-op visit, and the pathology was normal/benign (orig. they were worried it was cancer because the tumor grew so big so fast). But I’m ok, and the stitches had dissolved. The Dr. performed and internal exam and said everything looked fine and that for the next two to three months it’s normal to feel a little “off” down there.
    Well other than the scar healing and the skin being a bit bruised and tightened I was feeling fine. Now I constantly feel bloated. I feel like my colon is always filled with pressure and gas. I don’t know if this is what she means by “off” and it’s normal after major abdominal surgery or if I should call and make another appt?

    • ANSWER:
      your colon might feel funny because poking around in the abdomen can disturb it (and colons are sensitive!) call & ask just to be sure, but unless you are suddenly in pain or severely constipated you should be fine.
      I had a fibroid & some ovarian cysts removed & I was a little bloated for a month or so afterwards as well. I think it’s a combo of inflammation in the area & retaining some excess fluids from the IV.

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