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Alternative Ways To Treat Fibroids Naturally - What To Drink When You Have Fibroid Tumors

Author: Gail Atkinson

If you are looking for alternative ways to treat fibroids naturally, one approach to consider is to take a look at what you drink. Many women are very aware that what they are eating can contribute to their condition and that dietary modification can really help to begin to relieve symptoms. However, many will overlook what they are drinking and this is just as important as the foods you eat. Indeed, it is possible to undo all the good work you might be doing by changing other areas of your life.

Certain drinks are not only beneficial for good, overall health, but can promote fibroid healing when used alongside other alternative ways to treat fibroids naturally, such as detoxification, cleansing, taking exercise, relaxation and, of course, eating the right kinds of foods.

The first drink to consider is the humble glass of water. Filtered water is the best possible daily drink and you should aim to have at least 2 liters each day, or until your urine is clear as this is important for cleansing. You can also increase the cleansing effect by adding a few drops of lemon juice or a pinch of cayenne pepper.

Water is great for preventing the build up of toxins which can be a contributory factor in fibroid growth. By flushing the kidneys adequately, this helps to prevent the build up of kidney stones which, in turn, can place an extra burden on the liver. This can result in the liver performing poorly and not excreting the toxins which can help form fibroids.

Providing you are not prone to yeast overgrowth or fungal infections, unsweetened diluted fruit juices are generally fine in moderation. In addition, drinking certain "green" juices can be excellent alternative ways to treat fibroids naturally - try wheatgrass, barley green juice and aloe vera juice.

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Certain natural vegetable juices are also extremely good for fibroid sufferers as they are packed with antioxidants and vitamins. Try juicing carrots, beetroot and celery for great effect.

Within the context of a good overall system for treating fibroids naturally, ensuring that you are having the right kinds of drinks can make the crucial difference between success and failure.

If you would like further information on my recommended natural treatment for fibroids, please visit my website, Shrink Fibroids Naturally.

Written by a nutritionalist, health writer and former fibroids sufferer herself, the system I recommend is groundbreaking, and I am confident that you will finally feel that you have found something that will work for you.

Alternative ways to treat fibroids naturally are a real option rather than surgery. Fibroids Miracle comes with 3 months free one-to-one counseling from an expert, to give you the best possible chance of success.

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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 Fibroid Tumors

  1. lovencare99 says:

    Fibroid tumors?
    What non surgical ways are there to deal with fibroid tumors?

  2. babe88 says:

    fibroid tumors?
    has anyone had fibroid tumors what symtoms did you have and did they cause and fertility problems

    • shared pc says:

      Not all women have symptoms. I have extremely large fibroid which was found by mistake during an ultrasound that was done for other reasons. I do not have any symptoms. Some of the symptoms are:
      - Sensation of fullness or pressure in lower abdomen
      - Pelvic cramping or pain with periods
      - Abdominal fullness, gas
      - Increase in urinary frequency
      - Heavy menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia), sometimes with the passage of blood clots
      - Sudden, severe pain due to a pedunculated fibroid
      - Bleeding between periods
      - Low back pain
      - Pain during sexual intercourse

      About the fertility, many woman have no problems even with large fibroids and other woman have miscarriages with small fibroids. It all depends on the type and position of the fibroid/s and each individual woman is different

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  3. ms.chic says:

    Where can I find more in-depth information about uterine fibroid tumors?
    I have been told that I may have fibroid tumors but I don’t exactly know what they are. I know that it is connected to my menstrual cycle. When I get my period, I have excruciating cramps and discomfort. I throw up excessively and I tend to pass out. However, I am only 17 years old. Any suggestions?

  4. michelle n says:

    What treatment do you recommend for fibroid tumors?
    I was diagnosed with having fibroid tumors back in April. I have two tumors the size of golf balls on my uterus, so far non cancerous. I have some pain and discomfort and heavy uncontrolled bleeding spells. My gyn acts like it’s no big deal, but I don’t like feeling this way all the time. Does anyone have any advice?

    • Memere RN/BA says:

      The only treatment for fibroid tumors is surgery. All it is, is thick tissue that causes pain. I had them too and after a while, they had to be removed because they got so big. There’s no pill to make them go away. If you feel pain from them, use a warm heating pad and it really eases up the pain. Good luck

  5. ACCole says:

    Fibroid Tumors?
    Hi I’ve been diagnosed with Fibroid Tumors. I have a huge mass in my stomach. I have not been experiencing any pain until recently i have been constipated which was the reason for my doctor visit and how i ended up finding out i have the tumors. My question is for anyone that has had fibroid tumors. I’m scheduled for surgery next week but i have paid for a cruise that is going to be on August 10. I doctor told me that the surgery doesn’t have to be now (not urgent) and it’s up to me when i should have the surgery. My main concern is if i wait, go on my cruise, will i still have the constipation. is there anyone that experienced the constipation and was able to treat it?

    • Stephanie says:

      This is what I would do… Go on the cruise and until then every morning I would get a quart of warm water and put to tsp of brown sea salt in it and drink it down as fast as you can and at night I would drink a tea called smooth move (salt and tea you buy at health food store) You can add peach tea bag to the the smooth move if you dont like the taste. That will help your bowels stay regular until you get the surgery. Also you might look into cascara sagrada to take during the day if you need extra help.

      These things will also help with the pain since your bowels wont be rubbing on the tumors.

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