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How To Treat Multiple Fibroids Naturally – 2 Strategies To Help

If you would like to know how to treat fibroids naturally, there are a number of different strategies you can try. Conditions such as fibroids often respond better to a multifaceted approach as it is usually impossible to determine the precise cause, meaning that isolating a particular treatment is extremely difficult.

Conventional treatment bypasses the causes of fibroids and simply deals with the symptoms. The problem here though is that once treatment is over and time passes, fibroids are very likely to regrow as the root causes are still very much present. Even harsh surgery and hormonal treatment with all its inherent side-effects is not permanent and many women question the logic of it. Indeed, doctors often recommend a “wait and see” approach, only advocating treatment in the most severe cases.

To treat fibroids naturally, you need to consider the range of possible causes and then develop a strategy which eliminates each and every one, thus ensuring that your body cannot support the growth of fibroids as the conditions in which they thrive are simply no longer present.

Common risk factors appear to be:-

* Excess estrogen
* Being overweight
* Having a build up of toxins in the liver
* Eating a poor diet
* Genetic/hereditary factors
* Insulin resistance

To start off, managing your weight is a good way to treat fibroids naturally as it has double-benefits. As your weight drops, so will the level of estrogen in your body as fat cells are a secondary manufacturing and storage site. This can naturally be combined with changing your diet for the better. You should aim to eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, aiming to consume organic produce where possible. Avoid foods with additives and preservatives and keep your consumption down to a minimum. What you drink is also important and you should drink at least 2 liters of filtered water daily, avoiding fizzy and caffeinated drinks.

A liver detox can help to treat fibroids naturally as it is a good way of removing toxins and pesticides which have unwittingly being consumed as well as reducing levels of estrogen-mimicking substances. Unless excreted, these poisons can “fuel” fibroid growth.

These two strategies can be combined with other protocols, such as stress management, cleansing regimes and dietary supplementation.

For more details on recommended natural treatment for fibroids, please visit my website, Treat Fibroids Naturally. Check out Fibroids and Diet for information on the specific foods to include and exclude.

About the author: Gail advocates using natural treatments for fibroids rather than using conventional medication or surgery as this is a workable long term solution. Conventional medication only treats the symptoms and fibroids are likely to regrow, whereas natural treatments, when used properly can eliminate the root cause by rebalancing the body and restoring overall health.

Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/womens-health-articles/how-to-treat-fibroids-naturally-2-strategies-to-help-4125135.html

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:

    can women with multiple fibroids reply?
    anyone who have successfully given birth while diagnosed with multiple fibroids?
    please let me know.My sis has got 10-12 fibroids , all intra-mural and sub-serous. no symptoms but she is worried about having children as she is getting married.
    anyone with personal experience please reply.


    • ANSWER:

      it will make concieving more difficult, she really should talk to a gynocologist about the concerns,

  2. QUESTION:

    Has anyone had a myomectomy to treat multiple fibroids?
    I have several fibroids. Seven to be exact. My doctor would like for me to have a myomectomy. I know that it involves a short hospital stay and 4-6 weeks off of my feet. What have your experiences been??
    The fibroids are causing painful and heavy periods. My periods are lasting about 10 days with birth control pills.

    • ANSWER:

      I had a myomectomy 3 years ago, and it was the best thing I ever did. I only had one fibroid, but it caused me so many problems. I was going to a doctor that did a couple different procedures on me, but it didn’t help at all. So he said my only option was a hysterectomy, but I was only 24 years old, single, and had no children, and it was something that wasn’t acceptable to me. Going for a second opinion was the best thing I ever did. Not only did he remove my fibroid, he was able to leave everything intact. And he had to restructure my uterus since it was so distorted. I haven’t had any problems since and the doctor sees no reason why I couldn’t have kids (but if I do get pregnant, I have to have a C-section). I was in the hospital for 5 days (I had to stay longer because I wasn’t able to pee for a few days.) and I enjoyed my time off of work. Yes I was sore for a few weeks and had trouble getting in and out of bed, but a few weeks of pain for good heath was very much worth it.

      You don’t say how old you are or if you’re having any problems, but just remember that you can always get a second opinion if you have any doubts. But if I ever have problems like I did before, I wouldn’t hesitate having another myomectomy.

      Good luck.

  3. QUESTION:

    My mother has multiple fibroids. Histopathology report shows stroma has moderate infiltration by lymphocytes.
    Diagnosis: Early secretory endomertium with chronic endometritis.

    is it cancer? or just simple fibroids. She is taking lukrine depot once a month for three months for treatment. Is this treatment for for cancer or just simple fibroids?b

    • ANSWER:

      Not cancer.
      “Early secretory endometrium” just refers to the stage in the menstrual cycle that the endometrium is in.
      And endometritis means inflammation of the endometrium. The infiltration by lymphocytes causes the inflammation. They invade to fight off whatever may be in the endometrium that isn’t supposed to be there. Cancer would show invasion of malignant cells, meaning invasion of endometrial cells that are mutated from their normal endometrial cell counterparts. Invasion by lymphocytes is okay, and not cancerous.
      As for lukrine, I’m not sure what that is. Are you sure that’s the correct med? There is leuprolide (generic) also known as Lupron (brand name), which is a gonadotropin releasing hormone agonist. This acts as a hormone that decreases the amount of estrogen that the ovaries make. This causes the fibroids to shrink. So if this is the med that your mother is on, then it is for fibroids.
      Hope that helps.

  4. QUESTION:

    what is the best proceedure to remove multiple uterine fibroids for someone that wants to get pregnant?

    • ANSWER:
  5. QUESTION:

    Suffering from multiple fibroids and very anaemic?
    Suffering from multiple fibroids, trying to get pregnant for 20 months, suffered a miscarriage 10 months ago and nothing is happening since. Test show iron levels very low, take iron tablets daily to build back up but every month suffers very heavy periods and feels washed out again afterwards and low iron stores. Doctors wont do any surgery as wish to have a family – am getting desperate and thinking its never going to happen. Have been having acupuncture for 3 months, am 37, partner 31. Any advice on how to reduce the fibroids without surgery and build iron levels back to up at least normal levels and keep them high?

    • ANSWER:

      You could try taking an iron liquid supplement. take your iron with vitamin c as this helps your body to absorb the iron better. Do not take your iron supplement with caffeine as this stops your body from absorbing it!
      I would question your Doctor why he is reluctant to remove the fibroids…..they act as an IUD does and prevents you from getting pregnant. ALso during pregnancy due to the hormones fibroids grow and this can cause problems for a growing pregnancy. You would be at higher risk of miscarriage (as you know), higher risk of premature delivery and high risk of post partum haemorrhage. I know women that have had multiple fibroids removed and have been able to fall pregnant easily. You may just need to have a caesarian section due to the scars on your uterus from surgery. Goodluck, I hope everything works out for you!!!



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    • Bukola
    • 28/03/2017
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    Like 2 month ago , I was digonise with multiple fibroid, after I started my treatment with herbal med, I hv seen my menstral period twice now, the question now is , I I still with fibroid and still see my period. And my doctor said no operation , that with the treatment I wil be cure of still, before the treatment , I did not see my period for 2 month, and I was able to conceive.? Thanks be expecting ur reply.

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