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Naturally Shrink Fibroid Tumors - How To Get Rid Of Fibroids

Author: Bernadette Hopkins

I began searching for ways to naturally shrink fibroid tumors after I had been very disappointed with the treatment options given to me by my doctor. I'd been having terrible symptoms such as bloating (my stomach was the size of a 7 month pregnancy!) and bad period problems. I couldn't even have sex with my husband as it felt like I had a "blockage", plus it was really painful!

I was also exhausted due to constant anemia and leaked urine when I coughed or ran. Despite all this, my doctor said it was quite in order to do nothing! He explained that time would naturally shrink fibroid tumors and that once the menopause was near, my symptoms would start to disappear.

I went away feeling pretty upset. I could not live with the symptoms and went back to see the doctor. He advised me that as I had multiple fibroids, if I was positive I needed to do something, he would recommend a hysterectomy. I felt relief. Although I didn't want surgery, it was surely preferable to suffering for the next 10 years or so. However, I didn't feel quite so pleased when I went home, got on the internet and began reading about hysterectomies, the possible complications, plus the powerful hormone-suppressing treatment I was going to have to have to reduce the size of the fibroids before the operation. This was going to put me through a temporary menopause, with all the associated side effects including osteoporosis.

I made it my business to discover everything I could about how to get rid of fibroids. I learned that to naturally shrink fibroid tumors, it was important to understand that their cause is likely to be multi-faceted. This is one of the reasons why they can be complicated to treat - Unless you use a strategy which considers and encompasses methods to treat all the possible causes, it is unlikely to be effective.

One common factor in fibroid growth is the hormone estrogen. It is well known that although this doesn't in itself cause fibroid growth, it can contribute to it and can help fuel the growth of fibroids. As estrogen is naturally manufactured by and stored in fat cells, it makes sense to control your weight as staying a healthy weight can ensure that the amount of estrogen is not elevated. In addition, certain pollutants can mimic the action of estrogen in the body and these can be stored in the liver. A good liver detox plan can help eliminate such factors.

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Women who suffer from inflammatory conditions can also be prone to fibroids and it has been shown that if this is a factor for certain individuals, eating anti-inflammatory foods such as oats, cumin, rosemary and hops can help prevent further fibroid growth.

The lack of real help for women with fibroids led Shola Oslo, an alternative practitioner who specializes in teaching women how to get rid of fibroids naturally to develop a complete 7 step system which is completely guaranteed to work. 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. I am one of these women. I came across her treatment strategy whilst frantically searching for information and I jumped in and tried it, being tempted by the offer of a full refund if it didn't work! In my case, I noticed a difference in my symptoms within a few short days and my stomach size had noticeably reduced within a couple of months. I had a scan after a couple of months and the largest fibroid had reduced considerably and the others were certainly smaller than they had been. Another two months into my treatment and another scan revealed that some smaller fibroids had disappeared and although the largest one was still there, it was much smaller that at the last scan. 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 How To Get Rid Of Fibroids For further general information and to learn all about the different types of fibroids plus the different treatments for each, please visit Naturally Shrink Fibroid Tumors

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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 Shrink Fibroid

  1. joyce says:

    Does anyone have any experience with a fibroid tumor and getting one to shrink just by changing your diet?
    I have a fibroid tumor in my uterus that is just growing and growing. It looks as if I am pregnant and it is a complete embarassment. I am not pregnant and I have to try to “hide” my stomach so that people will not stare at it. Justt the other day I had to buy a size 14 dress so that my big belly wouldn’t be so noticeable.
    My ob/gyn says that until it becomes a problem we should just leave it alone. It doesn’t hurt or anything it is just very unattractive.
    Does anyone have any experience with these from just changing your diet and or taking pills to get them to shrink? I know about my medical options as far as removing my uterus and getting that other thing that cuts off the blood to them but I would like to try it the natural way first. Thanks in advance for all serious answers. Oh i’m 31 years old 5’7 140lbs never had a weight problem before.

    • happygolcky75 says:

      I don’t think changing your diet or popping a pill is going to fix the issue… maybe you need to sit down and seriously talk to you doctor about having it removed… I had one the size of a gold ball on my lower right side… it looked awful.. decided to have it removed and realized that it was affecting me in just looks…

  2. nicole s says:

    success stories of using natural herbs to shrink fibroid uterine tumors?
    Natural herbs, vitamins or foods succesfully used to shrink uterine fibroid tumors

  3. priya says:

    do fibroid-clear shrink fibroid as it claims?
    do fibroid shrinking kit help to shrink fobroid? have any one really used it? what is the sucess rate to shrink fibroids? are there any side effcets? can we avoid UAE if we take fibroid clear..? knidly help as my fibroids are killing me…with heavy bleeding and pain

  4. serialmom12 says:

    What medication can shrink a fibroid?
    A uterine fibroid.

    • Al Bundy says:

      There is a process being cased now called uterine artery embolization that uses polyvinyl alcohol particles to cut off blood supply to the fibroid area rendering it necrotic and causing it to pass.

      You can also elect to have a progestin shot (Depo-Provera) that will reduce the associated bleeding and can shrink the fibroid as well, but will not complete resolve to asymptomatic condition.

      Of course, onset of menopause will also cause the fibroid to shrink due to the reduction in hormones, but will also not render to asymptomatic condition.

  5. blessed says:

    is there an alternative medicine to shrink or stop fibroid growth?

    • steamroller98439 says:

      Natural treatments for fibroids

      Since hormonal imbalance is a likely cause of fibroid growth, methods to restore hormonal balance can be helpful in reducing the symptoms of fibroids and their size. Phytotherapy like our Herbal Equilibrium can be effective, especially when used in conjunction with supportive dietary and lifestyle measures.

      We agree with the many experts who advise that reducing the xenoestrogens you ingest is also helpful in treating fibroids. These include the pesticides in most fruits and vegetables, and the growth hormones commonly present in milk and meat products.

      Some advocate a strict organic macrobiotic diet, but this can easily lead to an excess of carbohydrates, which creates other problems for hormonal balance. We recommend a healing diet that curtails carbohydrates and increases protein — no more than 15 grams of carbohydrates per meal, and 7 grams per snack. (See our nutritional guidelines for more information.)

      We have seen that the addition of non-genetically-modified soy in reasonable amounts (80 mg of isoflavones per day) can be helpful. Soy helps block estrogen’s stimulation of the uterine tissue. It’s also an excellent protein source without the growth hormones in ordinary meat products. We get the best results with products based on non-GMO whole soy. Results from soy extracts, especially pill forms, are less reliable.

      Weight loss can be important in treating fibroids. Body fat is a secondary production site for estrogen, so excess weight contributes to estrogen-progesterone imbalance. However, caution is required when dieting, as low–fat diets actually sabotage hormonal balance.

      The emotional factors that contribute to fibroids can be difficult to deal with, but we encourage you to try. Many women with fibroids report remarkable improvement from their efforts to resolve relationship issues and stress. The common theme is finding your voice and being heard.

      There are many techniques in alternative medicine that may be helpful. Complementary medicine with an acupuncturist or chiropractor, or body work with a Rolfing or Reiki practitioner, can contribute toward a new balance. Meditation has been proven to help alleviate fibroid symptoms and growth.

      For many years, one of the most popular products at our practice has been castor oil packs. Countless women have found they provide effective if only temporary symptom relief.

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