Bulky Uterus Fibroids

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Relieving Fibroid Symptoms Naturally and Quickly

Author: Gail Atkinson

Depending on where your fibroids are located, the number you have and their size, you may be experiencing a number of unpleasant and possibly painful symptoms. Fortunately, relieving fibroid symptoms naturally is perfectly possible.

Non-invasive methods can be used and you should experience some relief. In addition, some methods may even help with shrinkage.

Common Symptoms Of Fibroids

Cramps and Pain

Lie down peacefully and rest with a pillow placed underneath your knees. Heat therapy, in the form of a hot water bottle or heat pad can be very soothing and is good for relieving fibroid symptoms naturally. It can also be helpful to lie on your side, pulling your knees up to your chest.

Heavy Blood Flow During or Between Periods

Take Vitamins A C and E along with Folic Acid. Vitamin B12 and Iron can also help. Try taking Ibuprofen as this can reduce inflammation, thereby helping lessen heavy bleeding.

Frequent Urination

Stop Fibroids

Larger fibroids can press down on the bladder, causing the urge to urinate. Unless your fibroids are reduced in size, this problem may remain. However, lessen the problem by always urinating before leaving the house and wear pad if necessary to avoid embarrassment.

Constipation and Hemorrhoids

Fibroids can press on the bowel causing both hemorrhoids and constipation. Make a few simple changes to your diet-drink plenty of water and eat at least 5-7 portions of fresh fruits and vegetables. Bulky bran and whole grains can also help to get food waste moving. Also, try to avoid sitting for long periods of time.

The best thing you can do for relieving fibroid symptoms naturally is to explore using a treatment which will permanently eliminate your fibroids. This will ensure that you have no related symptoms. However, you will need to have a degree of patience and motivation.

If you would like to see further information on how a natural treatment could be your best option, please visit How To Get Rid Of Fibroids. Written by a former fibroid sufferer, the system you are about to see is, quite simply, groundbreaking, and I am confident that you will feel relief that you have finally found something that will genuinely help you in relieving fibriod symptoms naturally in the short term and to eliminate them permanently.

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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.

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10 Responses to Bulky Uterus Fibroids

  1. beth says:

    why do some women have bulky uterus when pregnancy is not the case or fibroids?
    could cysts or signs of cancer be the cause?

    • Endo says:

      Adenomyosis (also referred to as Endometriosis Interna) can cause the uterus to appear boggy and enlarged. While a diagnosis of adenomyosis can be based on a collection of symptoms and appearances on diagnostic tests, the only absolute diagnosis is through hysterectomy, which is also the cure for the disorder (no uterus=no adenomyosis).

      Sometimes oral contraceptives or other hormonal agents can help shink the uterus, but symptoms (including pelvic pain and heavy blood loss during menses) may continue. See your doc to be certain of what you might be dealing with and obtain the proper treatment.

  2. sameer says:

    Bulky Uterus with fibroids- 5, does bulky uterus and fibroids affects pregnancy. details given below?
    Anterior wall fibroid- 22x16mm & 22x19mm, ( intra mural) – 2
    Fundal wall fibroid of 46x31mm, ( intra mural)
    Posterior wall fibroids of 52x41mm, ( sub-serous)
    18×17 mm indenting the endometrial echo ( sub-mucous) and 19mm (intra -mural)

    Right Ovary- 4×2.50 cms/ Normal
    Left Ovaery- 5.3×2.7cms/ normal with Functional Cyst of 24mm.

  3. Kim W says:

    Bulky uterus!?
    After a visit to my gynae he told me my uterus is a bit bulky, although ther were no signs of cysts or fibroids or anything else unusual. my question is what are the chances of me falling pregnant?

    • AXA says:

      I would imagine that if your chances were any less than anyone elses because of this “bulky uterus”, your doctor would’ve mentioned that when he told you you had a bulky uterus. I think he was just making an observation is all. Your chances are probably just as good as anyone else’s, but I’m not a doctor so don’t quote me. Good Luck! =)

  4. Heaven bound says:

    question here. Any doctors or Nurses on line? I found out yesterday that I have a bulky uterus which means my?
    uterus is bigger than normal. I am not pregnant, nor do I have fibriods or endrimetriosus(how ever you spell it) I am almost 39. I have been know to spot inbetween cycles. I have a very irregular period my last one being december last year. I have very high epithelial cells that come out in my urine all the time, and have cramps without a period, and lower back pain that is not going away. I went to see a uroligist yesterday as he thought that I may have cancer of the bladder as I was getting blood in my urine of and on for 1 year or more, and the high epitahialil cells present in my urine too. Now my CT IPV scan came back and said I had a bulky uterous and that is is squashing my left hand side of my bladder that is probally why I get cramps, Maybe. anyway is cancer always an option for a bulky uterus if you arenot pregnant, or have fibroids, or endromtriosis? When I go to the toilet to urinate I have two urines running down in different places at the same time, that is wierd, anyway
    I just want to know if a tumour is possible for this bulky uterus and my high epithialial cells and my other symptoms?

    • Ruth says:

      Further tests should be done. Your menstrual cycles are irregular which you should either see your GYN Doc or Primary Doc, who can do some tests and/or order blood tests. Then, based on the results, he/she may refer you to a specialist. A pelvic ultrasound would helpful and, if warranted, an endometrial biopsy. It is too early to determine a definitive cause. There can be several underlying physical causes for your symptoms. I know that you were searching for a more definitive answer but, it is just too soon. I hope that this helped some and Good Luck.

  5. JoLI says:

    What can cause you to have a ‘ bulky uterus’.?
    Hi, i’m female and am 30 years old. I have been having alot of pelvic pain and i went for a pelvic ultra sound. The results were that i have a bulky uterus. I’ve to have another scan in january to see if it has changed size? The gyne said there were no fibroids, what could cause this?

    • I love my baby boy!! says:

      adenomyosis. It causes me to have lots of pelvic pain, bad periods and during surgury the dr said it was “boggy”. Thats how i got diagnosed. Good luck hope u feel better

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