Enlarged Fibroid Uterus
Curing Enlarged Fibroids in the Uterus
Author: Elle Nash
I wanted to talk to you about curing enlarged fibroids in the uterus. A fibroids is a lot scarier than it actually is, but it is a benign tumor that grows around the reproductive organs of a female like the uterus. The key here is that it is non-cancerous and not a problem themselves. The real problem is that their existence causes complications with the whole reproductive process. If you're someone that is looking to get pregnant, fibroids may actually make it difficult for you. You could also be experiencing severe cramping and even bleeding caused by their existence. I wanted to talk to you about curing enlarged fibroids in the uterus.
Doctors have a very simple solution for this problem, which basically means they don't have the first clue about what causes them or what they can do about it. Currently doctors offer major surgery to cut them out. I suppose theoretically this would be fine, but these tumors are typically embedded in the reproductive organs and you can't simply cut them out. Typically the reproductive organs have to be removed. I suppose that is fine for those that are experiencing pain and bleeding problems, but for someone looking to get pregnant, this just isn't good enough.
Curing enlarged fibroids in the uterus can be done a much different way. The problem with fibroids is that they're in the way. They get big and cause problems. The size of them are directly linked to your estrogen hormone, so if you lower your estrogen, the fibroids will start to shrink. As they shrink, the complications disappear, so pain and bleeding disappear, as well as making pregnancy more probable. Estrogen can be lowered by simple diet and exercise changes, or you can work with a doctor on aggressive hormone therapy if needed.