Natural Remedies Uterine Fibroids

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Natural Remedies For Fibroids - Shrink Fibroids Naturally

Author: Bernadette Hopkins

Given the choice, most women would prefer to use natural remedies for fibroids rather than resorting to surgery or harmful hormonal treatment. The option of "doing nothing" is a possibility as far as fibroids is concerned as they are almost always harmless. However, for many women, simply "doing nothing" is most certainly not an option, as they struggle on with uncomfortable and often debilitating symptoms which include bloating, pain during intercourse, heavy bleeding, anemia and breathlessness. Not all women have fibroids, yet it is estimated that over 50% of women of childbearing age will have fibroids, but a much smaller number than this will have symptoms and require treatment.

Many thousands of women worldwide have used natural treatments which have enabled them to shrink fibroids naturally. Although this sounds great in theory, it is perhaps not quite as simple as it sounds.

The very nature of fibroids means that they often have multiple causes. It is believed that fibroids grow due to the subtle interaction of a number of factors which happen, almost by chance, to be present in a woman's body at the optimum time. What this means is that there is rarely one simple cure, but that most women will need to use a combination of natural remedies for fibroids which are relevant in their particular case for them to have measurable success.

The good news, however, is that most women can be successful. However, this requires a certain amount of motivation as there is no "quick fix" solution to shrink fibroids naturally. You need to be prepared to persevere with treatments over a number of weeks to see a reduction in fibroid size, although there is no doubt that certain strategies can bring symptomatic relief within a few days. If you are the type of person who is looking for an immediate solution, then you will probably not be happy with using natural treatments. If, however, you are the type of person who is willing to take an active involvement in your own treatment and healing, then this method is for you. I would say that if you are a woman considering fibroid surgery and are prepared to try an alternative method first, then this is for you. The very fact that fibroids are rarely dangerous gives women the opportunity of trying other methods out without jeopardizing their health.

One consistent element of any natural remedies for fibroids is to look at ways of controlling the levels of estrogen within the body. It is widely recognized that estrogen is one of the "fuels" which enables fibroid growth to take place so this makes complete sense. One way of reducing estrogen is to ensure you maintain a healthy weight, as estrogen is both stored in and produced by fat cells. In addition, limiting your intake of non-organically farmed meats can help, as some crops used for animal feeds have estrogen-like pesticides on them and these migrate into the feeding animals. This estrogen-like compound is then stored in the liver and is difficult to eliminate naturally. Many women have found that a good liver detox has helped in this respect.

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Women who are prone to inflammatory conditions often have a higher likelihood of fibroids. For this reason, one strategy often recommended is that women who are trying to shrink fibroids should eat anti-inflammatory foods such as oats, hops, cumin and rosemary.

There are a few alternative practitioners who will give advice on how to shrink fibroids naturally. However, it can be very difficult to locate one who specializes in fibroids and if you manage to do so, the charges can be very expensive and waiting lists can be very long as the demand is great.

The lack of real help for women with fibroids led Shola Oslo, an alternative practitioner who specializes in teaching women natural remedies for fibroids, to develop a complete 7 step system which is completely guaranteed. 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. This is not possible for fibroids. Are you ready to get rid of your fibroids once and for all? To see details of her methods, please visit Shrink Fibroids Naturally For further general information and to learn all about the different types of fibroids plus the different treatments for each, please visit Natural Remedies For Fibroids

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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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10 Responses to Natural Remedies Uterine Fibroids

  1. feebee says:

    Any one have natural remedies for reducing large uterine fibroids?

    • a_phantoms_rose says:

      After menopause they often disappear. If you are taking estrogen supplements that can make them worse.
      Ibuprophen is good for pain. Be sure to be checked frequently.

  2. Shirron J says:

    Are there any natural remedies for uterine fibroids? Are they successful?

    I ask this question because my doctor has recommended a hysterectomy. I’d like to explore other options.

  3. Everybody's Favorite says:

    Is there a natural remedy for uterine fibroids?
    I don’t have bothersome symptoms, but I have 6 large fibroids. I want to get pregnant in the future. My doctor said I’ll have no trouble getting pregnant, but I’m likely to have trouble during pregnancy. I keep myomectomy as a last resourt. Cause there are so many possible complications like adhesions and having to have a C-section. I want my body to get rid of them naturally. Any advise? Like exercise or fasting? I know that fibroids a hormone-dependent. I also know that girls lose their period if they fast long enough. Will that do anything?

  4. charyl92678 says:

    Are there any natural remedies that help reduce/shrink uterine fibroids?

    • DNA says:

      Using USP grade progesterone cream may help. I included a link on the subject below. It states “What most doctors don’t know is that the application of natural progesterone cream is highly effective in shrinking a fibroid enough to minimize or eliminate symptoms long enough to get to menopause, or when it will normally shrink significantly enough to cease being a problem. The key is to apply natural, and not synthetic, progesterone”

  5. Jae L says:

    Information or personal advice about uterine fibroids.?
    There pretty common so I hope I get a little help. I have them and I am pretty sure that whats causes me to bleed for months at a time when I have my menstrual cycle instead of one week. I’d really like to know if there are any natural remedies anyone has tried that reduces the symptoms. I don’t have insurance right now but this bleeding is driving me crazy! As far as child bearing, has anyone had trouble because of the fibroids? It’s my dream to have kids so I’d like to know if I’m in for a long road to pregnancy or if it “may” not be a huge problem….If you have them and have gotten a medical procedure done, I’d like to know your expierience. Anything at all you’d like to say on the issue, please do. So far I’ve only talked to a doctor and looked up things on the internet. I have yet to talk to a person who has these fibroids. Thank you very much.

    • star_unknown1 says:

      I had huge multiple fibroids even before i got pregnant. I’m 28.
      I had my first surgery when i was 24, doctor removed 28 of them. But my bleeding didn’t improve. I was so weak and anemic. Doctor told me try to get pregnant after 6 months of that surgery, but within these 6 months fibroids grew again. Doctor said i need another surgery but this time they may not be able to save the uterus.
      I was lucky and got pregnant just before the surgery.
      The fibroids grew even bigger during my pregnancy. My tummy was huge
      The pregnancy was so painful.
      I couldn’t hold the baby after 30 weeks. I had c section and the baby was born.
      The baby was tiny, the operation took long time to find the baby under so many fibroids.
      At last doctor removed the whole uterus, there was no other option.
      My baby is fine now, I’m relieved cause i don’t have that bleeding which kept me away from work for days.

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