Pedunculated Fibroid Tumor

Male and Female Reproductive System

Herbal Remedies for Fibroids

Herbal remedies for fibroids have been used for many hundreds of years and have made quite a resurgence over the last few years. There is definitely a trend for using natural remedies, as these are often perceived to be less harmful and often less costly than more conventional treatments.

Fibroids are normally harmless solid growths which occur in and around the womb. They very rarely turn cancerous-indeed less than 0.1% will ever do so. However, although they are not dangerous in the medical sense, there is no doubt whatsoever that they can cause unpleasant, uncomfortable symptoms which detract from the sufferer’s overall health.

<b>Symptoms of Fibroids</b>

Although many women go through life never realizing that they have fibroids, for many others the reality is very different and they may suffer from a number of the following symptoms:-

* A sensation of fullness or pressure in lower abdomen

* Painful menstruation

* Bloating, indigestion and wind

* Urgent need to urinate and occasional urinary infections

* Heavy bleeding during periods which can lead to anemia

* Sudden pain caused by the twisting of a pedunculated fibroid (those which grown on stalks)

If left untreated, these symptoms can persist for many years and will normally become more severe as the size of the fibroids increases. For people preferring to treat their symptoms naturally, herbal remedies for fibroids have been used very successfully and are most effective when used as part of an overall treatment plan.

For successful herbal treatments, it is important to look at your own individual circumstances to determine which are the best herbs for you and very often, multiple ingredients are combined to make a powerful herbal remedy for fibroids which is right for you.

<b>Herbs Commonly Used For The Treatment Of Fibroids</b>

The following herbs are often used in combination for the treatment of fibroids:-

* Spica Prunellae

* Concha Ostreae

* Rhizoma Sparganii

* Herba Dendrobii

* Semen Litchi

* Rhizoma Zedoariae

* Rhizoma Cyperi

* Sargassum

* Fructus Corni

Although tests by Chinese doctors have shown these herbs to be safe, they should only be taken as advised, as part of an overall treatment strategy.

If you would like further useful information about the various types of fibroids and treatment options, visit Types Of Fibroids To find out about the seven step plan which you can follow to shrink your fibroids quickly, take a look at Natural Fibroid Treatment Best of all, if you have any doubts that this will work for you, there is a 2 month, no questions asked, money back guarantee. This completely natural method of treating fibroids has been proven to be highly successful in dramatically reducing the size of fibroids. It teaches exactly which natural remedies are most powerful against fibroids and the best way to use herbal 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.

Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/womens-health-articles/herbal-remedies-for-fibroids-700063.html

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    can a large hematoma in my stomach be removed and what are the risks involve?
    Us pelvis-large cystic mass lesion measuring 30 times 20 times20cm found in midline abdomen extending into pelvis, complex nature, mixed internal echogenicity and vascularity. Difficult to distinguish mass from uterus-differential diagnoses: broad ligament haematoma, tumor, dermoid cyst arising from ovary or pedunculated degenaritive fibroid.

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  2. QUESTION:
    Abdominal Myomectomy for Uterine Fibroid Tumors?
    I have done my research, so I am really looking for answers based on the personal experience of other women. PLEASE, serious responses only.

    Background: I’m 34 and I have uterine fibroid tumors, diagnosed by internal ultrasound. 2 of the 3 are quite large. 1 is pedunculated. I know that small, asymptomatic fibroids are commonly left untreated, but in my case, my doctor recommends removal because of the size and my symptoms. My symptoms include pain, enlarged abdomen, bladder/urinary issues, pain during intercourse and even tampon use, dysfunctional vaginal bleeding (like a period, but for 2+ wks of the month, in addition to my week-long, heavy period), etc. My doctor also recommends surgery because removal will increase my chances (from my current state) of being able to conceive later.

    In my case, my doctor determined that the only surgery available to me is abdominal myomectomy. (There are less evasive treatments including medications and laparoscopy, but I do not qualify for them.) This surgery involves a 4-5″ horizontal incision in my abdomen and an incision in the uterine wall once the uterus is lifted out through the incision. If I am later able to conceive, and if I successfully carry a child near term, I will have to have a planned C-section birth a few weeks early due to the weakening of the uterine wall.

    I know there are risks as with any surgery (blood loss, anesthesia issues, etc.). The possible complications for this specific surgery include infertilization, unexpected hysterectomy, excessive scar tissue, recurrence of the fibroids, etc. For me, my desire for a normal quality of life and my hope of having children both outweigh the risks.

    My questions are:

    (1) How long will this surgery take to recover (i.e., when may I walk and sleep without excruciating pain, return to the desk part of my job, exercise – cardio, situps)? My research says it takes 2-6 weeks to return to work, varying from person to person. I am healthy, relatively active, and have a fairly high tolerance of pain. Can anyone similar to me describe the approximate recovery time?

    (2) What other personal experience can you share (i.e., post-surgery pregnancy, infertilization, surgery complications, recurrence, pregnancy complications/miscarriage, etc.)?

    (3) If you did experience infertilization (not caused by unexpected hysterectomy), is In Vitro still an option?

    THANK YOU!!

    • ANSWER:
      Hi,

      I am not qualify to answer your question as I do not have personal experience with Fibroids. I recently did a research about fibroids for a friend of mine and found http://www.shrinkfibroids.net website, which is about personal experience. Perhaps you may find useful information.



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