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Shrink Your Fibroids Fast In Five Easy Steps And Avoid Drugs, Hysterectomy Or Other Surgery

Uterine fibroid tumors affect millions of women in the U.S. alone. Conventional treatments for fibroids leave much to be desired when considering the drawbacks.

Drug therapy is aimed at changing the ratio of hormones or the level of hormones to slow the growth of fibroids. Drugs such as Lupron effectively stop the production of hormones; others introduce androgens that mimic testosterone. Of course the side effects are highly undesirable. These include mood swings, hot flashes, lack of libido, increased body and facial hair and even the lowering of the voice.

The various surgeries such as myomectomy, embolization, myoma coagulation and hysterectomy also have drawbacks, the most obvious being the total removal of the uterus. The less radical surgical approaches will create scar tissue and may interfere with a future pregnancy. Additionally, surgery does not address the underlying cause of uterine fibroids to begin with, and many women experience a recurrence.

So what are the alternatives? You may be surprised to learn that you have choices in treating fibroid tumors. Here are the Five Steps to Becoming Fibroid Free Forever:

1. AVOID HORMONE CONTRACEPTIVES AND HORMONE REPLACEMENT DRUGS. The driving force behind the growth of fibrosis such as fibroid tumors is excessive estrogen. It you are on oral contraception or any type of hormone contraception (i.e, DeproProvera, etc.), discontinue it and use alternative forms of contraception. If you are currently on estrogen replacement, tell your doctor that you want to discontinue it. (After your fibroids have gone away, you can explore bio-identical hormone replacement with a qualified practitioner.) There is a great deal of misinformation about the use of estrogen in medicine.

2. AVOID FOODS AND OTHER SOURCES OF ESTROGEN. Certain foods are extremely high in estrogen and can introduce more estrogen in your body as hormone contraceptives! In a 2006 study, The Phytoestrogen Content of Foods Consumed in Canada, the foods with the highest estrogen content are: flax seeds, soy beans and tofu. There are a huge amount of estrogens in Flax seeds. Avoid flax oil! Avoid soy products!

Other sources of estrogens are xenoestrogens (also spelled zenoestrogens) which are substances that mimic the natural hormone. They are found in pesticides, herbicides, some chemical solvents, petroleum and exhaust fumes. Then, there are the plastics, everything from PVC pipes to food wraps. Avoid heating food on or covered by plastics. Avoid hot beverages in plastic. Keep plastic water bottles cool to reduce the risk of plastics leaching into the contents.

3. USE A PURE PROGESTERONE CREAM. Natural progesterone cream is safe, side effect free and easy to use. It’s available without prescription. Supplementing with progesterone helps balance the hormones. Progesterone keeps the production of estrogen in check and in so doing keeps the bad effects of estrogen from flourishing. Using natural Progesterone cream elevates mood and fights depression fast. Make sure the cream is free from soy or other herbal ingredients that may be estrogenic.

4. TAKE MYOMIN. Myomin is an all natural formula of Chinese herbs that has been shown to help metabolize unhealthy estrogens and promote proper hormonal balance. Studies show that it also inhibits aromatase, an enzyme that converts androgens (testosterone) into estrogen. Hospital research has shown that Myomin helps to reduce the size and symptoms of myomas (fibroids) found in the breast, uterus, and ovaries.

3. TAKE SYSTEMIC ENZYMES TO DISSOLVE FIBROIDS. While the first four steps in becoming fibroid free have focused on balancing the hormones, enzymes are the secret weapon that will accelerate your treatment results dramatically. In Europe and Asia systemic enzymes have been used successfully to dissolve fibroids for decades. Since fibroids are composed of fibrin, enzymes that digest fibrin will effectively eat the fibroid tumors. It is not a question of if the tumors will be dissolved, but only a question of when.

While many have heard of digestive enzyme supplements that are taken to help digest meals, systemic enzymes are different. These formulas are taken between meals so the protein and fibrin eating enzymes enter the bloodstream and begin their work throughout the body.

While individual results will vary, most women will report significant shrinkage of fibroids in 6 to 8 weeks, with improvement in their symptoms in the first 2 to 4 weeks –and often even immediately due to the pain relieving anti-inflammatory properties of these formulas. Most women experience a disappearance of the tumors within three to five months.

Enzymes are safe to take with other supplements and prescription medications except anti-coagulants such as Plavix, Coumadin, Warfarin and Heparin. This is because systemic enzymes naturally thin the blood as it cleanses it of excess fibrin, pathogens and other protein-based waste, and together with enzymes, the anticoagulant would thin the blood too much. Enzymes are non-toxic and safe at any dose.

While not all enzyme formulas are effective, the few that are potent enough to bring results are costly: ranging from to 0 a month. Most are professional formulas that require a dose anywhere from 9 to 30 capsules a day. However a new professional strength formula has been released that costs a month and requires a dose of only three caplets a day, which brings the cost down to .50 a day.

And to get more information, find the right products and begin a program now, visit Shrink Fibroids Fast.com.

About the Author:
Stuart Spangenberg, LCSW, P.A. is a licensed psychotherapist, wellness coach and host of the weekly radio program, “Solutions To Aging” on www.HTHRadio.com. Visit www.ShrinkFibroidsFast.com and receive a free 55 minute audio recording on the cause and natural treatment of fibroids

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    I am 40, have had a period continously for nearly five months now and I have fibroids. hysterectomy?
    Doctors think i should have a hysterectomy to fix the problem? Is this my only way to stop it?

    • ANSWER:
      Ask your doctor about an endometrial ablation. They will evaluate how serious the fibroids are to see if you are a candidate for this or not, but there are many more alternatives to hysterectomy these days.

  2. QUESTION:
    Is hysterectomy after menopause the best answer for hormone therapy when you have uterine fibroids?
    I have uterine fibroids and have gone through menopause. I desperately need HRT but due to uterine fibroids my doctor recomends hysteroctomy. I have also had steph infections in the urinary tract due to enlarged uterus. My urologists also recomends hysterectomy.

    • ANSWER:
      if you have both doctors telling you the same thing then I say go for it ~ i never made it to menopause I had a hyst 8 years ago & all though it was a little mind boggling for me I made it through just fine & I did do hrt for about 1 month & quit due to the high risk of heart attack & stroke & death ~but I am fine without it & have no strange hair growing any where so I did well i do believe♦

  3. QUESTION:
    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:
      Hi
      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.

      http://www.shrink-fibroids.info

  4. QUESTION:
    Can someone please tell me, how is Total Hysterectomy Surgery for remove fibroids in UK?
    There is someone here, in Yahoo!Answers already made this surgery? I have big fibroids and maybe, I’ll need to remove it, so I would like to know somebody that already made this…There is too much painfull after surgery?How is the recovery after surgery? The days after surgery in a hospital? Somebody please help me, I never made any surgery in my whole life …
    Since now, thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      A lot will depend on which method of surgery is used. In the UK I believe that the majority of hysterectomies are still performed through an incision in the abdomen, but some are performed by way of the vagina and others through laparoscopy. I had a hysterectomy some years ago that was performed by an incision in the abdomen. Following surgery, I experienced some pain, but was given pain killers to help and I was not too uncomfortable. The one thing to remember, when you are first able to get out of bed following the op, (and if you’ve had the same type of surgery) you will feel that you want to bend forward when you walk – don’t do this! Even if it means walking very slowly, hold your body up straight. When I went home, I was told not to do very much for sometime, but with a family to look after, I did what I felt I could comfortably do, although I certainly didn’t lift anything for a while. Our body soon lets us know if we’re overdoing it. I had a full-time, sedentary job and was told to expect to be away from work for the usual 3 months, but I was able to return to work exactly 2 months after my op. Good luck and try not to worry too much, although it is only human nature to be fearful and you wouldn’t be normal if you didn’t experience some anxiety. I have to say that I felt really marvelous once I’d had the op and recovered – better than I had for years! (Obvoiusly, the other two methods are less invasive and the way you feel and the recovery time will differ to my experience).

  5. QUESTION:
    Has anyone else had to have a Hysterectomy because of Fibroids?
    Hi I am 36 and scheduled to have a hysterectomy on 17th Sept because of Fibroids and suspected Endometriosis, has anyone else had to have this done for these reasons, how did it go? do you think you made the right decision? and how long are you expected to be in hospital for?
    PS. Forgot to mention I am having a total abdominal hysterectomy where they take my uterus and cervix, they are leaving my ovaries, and they are cutting me open so I will have a scar

    • ANSWER:
      i had fibroids but after a while they vanished. at the time i had fibroids, i was not happy in my life with a stressful job, was eating rubbish food from the canteen at work. What I have observed also is that people who tend to have fibroids were people in very professional or stressful jobs. People dont realise that we put all our emotion and stress in our in our stomach/womb area. Use one of those toning machines to help circulation in the stomach/womb area. Also try to detox. lots of water and walking.Dont get commercial chicken with has been added with lots of hormones… get those organic chicken, halal butchers…



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