How To Remove Fibroids

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Herbal Remedies For Fibroids - How To Shrink Fibroids Naturally

Author: Bernadette Hopkins

Herbal remedies for fibroids have been used for many years to try to shrink fibroids naturally. Although when used in isolation, they are unlikely to provide a complete cure, there is no doubting their value as an integral part of many successful alternative treatment strategies.

It is believed that fibroids develop due to a chance combination of a mixture of factors which happen to be present in a womens body. The subtle interaction of these factors are thought to spark off fibroid growth and once started, unless something is done to remove these factors, it is highly likely that the fibroids will continue to grow unchecked. One of the major factors in fibroid growth is an excess of estrogen in a woman's body. This can have various causes but one of the most common factors is being overweight. Estrogen is both produced by and stored in, fat cells and this therefore explains why overweight women are more likely to suffer from fibroids that those who maintain a healthy weight.

To reduce estrogen naturally, overweight women should attempt to lose weight and follow a healthy diet and exercise regime. In addition, it is known that compounds which mimic estrogen can be stored in the liver for indeterminable lengths of time. The source of these are thought to be certain pesticides and environmental pollutants. To remove these from the liver and therefore to stop them fueling fibroid growth, it is believed that herbal remedies for fibroids can help.

The individual herbs which have been shown to help both remove toxins and shrink fibroids include Milk Thistle, Dandelion Root and Artichoke Extract. Other herbs are very useful for treating specific symptoms. Yarrow, Cinnamon and Nettles, drank as an infusion each day for around 5 days prior to your period can help to reduce heavy bleeding. In addition, Yarrow can also help relieve period pain. If you add Ginger to the infusion, you will boost its pain relieving capacity.

As fibroids are essentially an inflammatory condition, soothing herbs have been shown to help shrink fibroids. These include Yam, Ginger and Willow. They can be taken as herbal tablet preparations or drank as an infusion.

#When using herbs for treating any condition, it is important to understand that "natural" does not necessarily mean "safe". Indeed many of the most potent and poisonous substances known to man are of plant origin. For this reason it is crucial to seek advice from a person qualified to give it. In the case of using herbal remedies for fibroids, a qualified alternative practitioner would be the best person.

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However, finding one can prove difficult!

It was the lack of real help for women with fibroids led Shola Oslo, an alternative practitioner who specializes in teaching women how to use herbal remedies for fibroids amongst other robust treatments, to develop a complete 7 step system which is completely guaranteed to shrink fibroids naturally. Her busy clinic left her unable to take on many additional patients but the demand was clearly there. As a result, she has now helped thousands of women worldwide who she has never met. Please bear in mind though, this requires you to be proactive and take charge of your own healing by making dietary and lifestyle changes and following a systematic program-it is not suitable for women who simply want to take a tablet and be cured.

The author, Bernadette Hopkins, used Shola's system very successfully-so much so that it made a huge difference to her life as she no longer suffered from the day to day problems which her fibroids had brought. Are you ready to get rid of your fibroids once and for all? To see details of her methods, please visit Shrink Fibroids Naturally. At this site you will get general information about various natural treatments for fibroids. Bernadette also offers further information about alternative fibroid treatment options and this includes methods where herbal remedies for fibroids play an integral part.

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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.

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9 Responses to How To Remove Fibroids

  1. Karla G says:

    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!

    • uknative says:

      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).

  2. purple says:

    Has anyone had a hysterectomy to remove fibroids? If so are you glad you had this surgery done?
    What were the side effects from the surgery? How long did it take you to recover? I will have to go through this surgery soon and just wanted to hear from someone who has gone through it already? Also, I am a secretary and was wondering how soon such a person as myself can return to work, I know it depends on the individual and the doctor but I just want feedback from ladies who don’t mind sharing comforting words and just kinda heads up on what to expect. Thanks

  3. Chloe says:

    What are fibroids and can they make you infertile?
    I’m 36 and I’ve been trying for several years to get pregnant. I can’t afford fertility treatments and don’t have insurance. I do get bad PMS. One doctor suggested that I may have endometreosis and another suggested fibroids. How do they test to see if you have them? And how can you remove fibroids? And are the procedures costly and painful? THANKS!

    • Nurse Beth says:

      Fibroids are fibrous tissue that form in the muscle of the uterus. They’re more common than you think. It can make you infertile, and there are specialty fertility treatments just for fibroids. They diagnose fibroids by an ultrasound or a CT scan.

  4. Shuhan says:

    Is it possible to remove fibroids from Uterus by taking medicine & able to give birth child?
    My wife wants to be a mother. Her age is 30 years. her ultrasonography report says—
    Uterus : (5.5 X 10.2m) Uterus is anteverted in position & bulky in size with irregular myometrial echotexure. There are multiple solid masses attached with both anterior wall uterine fundus and posterior wall of uterine body, that represents fibroids. Size of bigger one is about 4.6 X 5.8 cm (fundal).
    Endometerium : Mild collection of free fluid is noted within endometrial cavity.
    Cervix : Long.
    Right ovary: Size of about 2.5 X 1.9 cm.
    Left ovary : Size of about 3.2 X 1.8 cm.
    Ovaries: Both ovaries are normal size shape, position and contain follicles. Size of bigger follicles is about 9 mm (right) & 12 mm (left).

    So please advice how she will get cure & give birth child. Please !

    • Face T says:

      Meds may be a start, but may not really remove fibroids permanently. Check below link and have a look at the treatment options.

      There are less invasive procedures e.g. hysteroscopic resection that may be worth considering.

      In any event, your doctor will obviously advise on best course of treatment.

      Good luck.

  5. Suzanne L says:

    I am 35yrs old & just had surgery to remove uterine fibroids. My right ovary was removed due to a dermoid cyst?
    This operation resulted with the doctor having to remove my right ovary. I am not married & have no children. I would really like to have a child sometime soon. My question is what are my chances of becoming pregnant with one ovary especially at my age? Also would my menstral cycle change? How often would I ovulate?

    • Bec says:

      I would have to tell you, that its probably not good. You have half the chance with just one ovary. And you have also had surgery on your uterus. And you are 35. I would talk to your doctor about it. I’m not sure how often you ovulate or have a cycle. Write down all of your questions and take them to an OB GYN. They are the experts.

      Im sure its not impossible, you could maybe consider IVF??

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