How To Get Rid Of Fibroid Tumors Naturally

If you have been diagnosed with uterine fibroids, you may be both disappointed and surprised at the lack of conventional treatment options offered to you by your own doctor. Many will recommend that you do nothing at all, and simply monitor the situation, seeking further advice should your symptoms worsen. This is largely due to the fact that conventional treatment has severe limitations and cannot offer a permanent solution.

Alternatively, if you would like to know how to get rid of fibroid tumors naturally, there is much you can do providing you are prepared to put in some effort. Although the "watchful waiting" approach is fine for women who have very few symptoms, for those who have years to go to the menopause and who have fibroids which are severely impacting on their quality of life, this is simply unsatisfactory.

Although experts still cannot determine exactly what causes fibroids in an individual, this is because it is believed that a range of primary and secondary factors are involved which interact with the woman's own genetic make up. This is why women with seemingly similar lifestyles and apparent causal factors can have completely different experiences as far as their health is concerned.

A great starting point to get rid of fibroid tumors naturally is to begin with your diet. There is so much written about how what we eat impacts on your health and there is little doubt that eating the right kinds of foods and avoiding those which aggravate the condition can help to shrink fibroids.

The first step is to aim to be at a healthy weight for your height as the excess estrogen which is stored in, and produced by fat cells can contribute to fibroid growth. In general, the lower your body fat, the lower your estrogen levels will be. A healthy fibroid diet will also promote weight management. You should aim to eat between 5-10 portions of fresh fruits and vegetables each day, concentrating on dark colored produce, such as kale, cabbage, blueberries and beetroot. Beans, nuts, lentils and seeds are all good foods for fibroid sufferers as are wholegrains. Aim to eat organic produce as this will limit your intake of chemicals and pesticides.

For those wanting to know how to get rid of fibroid tumors naturally, your fluid intake is vital. Aim to drink at least 2 liters of filtered water to help cleanse your body and avoid caffeine and alcohol.

Environmental toxins and pesticides are believed to play a part in fibroid growth. These can become "locked" in the liver and continue to exert an effect on fibroid growth unless eliminated. The normal bodily excretion process is not always effective at removing these compounds and so a thorough liver detox is a good way to achieve this.

A combination of effort and knowledge can help you to get rid of fibroid tumors naturally and I believe that the best way is to use a multifaceted holistic approach which systematically eliminates each and every cause of fibroids, thus bringing the body back to a state of balance.

One woman who used the system I recommend reported that:

"During early 2008, I tried this system and it finally gave me the freedom to enjoy life again. After suffering from terrible symptoms, I was very close to having a hysterectomy and this was a last-ditch attempt to something myself. Almost 2 years later, I no longer have any symptoms and my largest fibroid is so small that I no longer notice it. Fibroids Miracle taught me how to get rid of fibroid tumors naturally and I don't have the heavy bloating or bleeding any longer"


  1. listen to me
      November 18, 2011

    I have fibroids in different parts of my body ?
    Is there any way to get rid of it. Doctors say that its not harmful unless its painful. If i feel that I am uncomfortable with it i can remove by surgery. But no doctor said its compulsory. But the problem is I am developing new fibroids in other parts of the body. these fibroids are not painful . Initially they are small in size but they grow a little bigger and stop growing beyond that.

    by the word fibroid i mean unwanted tissue growth in body,
    I have a lot of soft drinks can that be a reason for the fibroid’s growth

  2. RAWR
      December 8, 2011

    Can a large fibroid hurt an unborn fetus?
    I have a rather large fibroid on my uterus, like 4 inches, especially for my age at 23. I want to have a baby one day, maybe around when I am 25, but I am worried about what a fibroid can do to a fetus. The doctors told me that pretty the only way to get rid of the fibroid is to cut it out…. which sounds ridiculous and I am not doing it. What if I have a baby with the fibroid there?

    Will the child not develop correctly? Mentally, physically, etc? Or will it be okay?
    Why is it ridiculous?
    1) “a successful pregnancy is not guaranteed. Only 4 or 5 out of 10 women become pregnant and give birth after a myomectomy. ”

    and 2) the doctor told me that I can not give normal childbirth as the uterus may rupture.

    3) I hate surgery.

  3. bh90210fan
      January 2, 2012

    Precancerous cells on cervix…after hysterectomy?
    I just had a hysterectomy 6 days ago, had it all removed due to endomitriosis and fibroid tumors. My doctor called today with the lab report. He said everything looked like it would be ok now, just had endo. pretty bad. However, he told me I had precancerous cells on my cervix. He said that I will need paps every 6 months, which is fine. What is my next step? Is there a way they can get rid of those precancerous cells before the turn cancerous? Or do they just leave them alone until they turn cancerous, which is pretty scary. Should I just have my cervix removed now? I’m freakin out. i am only 29. Anybody been through this or know anything about this? I go back for my 6 week checkup but he won’t do a pap due to just having the hysterectomy. Help!

    • flowerbug26
        January 26, 2012

      Well, they froze mine off, which was pretty easy. I had it done at the doctor’s office and it only took about 15/20 minutes. It felt like a period afterwards, but was no biggie.
      Good luck

  4. Kali
      February 6, 2012

    Is surgery my only option for Fibroid tumors?
    Hi I’m a 27 year old female from Los Angeles, CA and was detected that I have 3 Fibroid tumors. This year in May 2010 I got my period and was having excruciating pain that I didn’t know why was it that bad. So thinkig it didn’t seem normal to me I went to go see a doctor and the doctor told me I had a bladder infection and gave me meds. So from that I thought okay that was the problem then No more worries. Well surely after I didn’t get my period in June but I was having early bad cramps since I didn’t get my period on time I decided to go see a Gyno she had said I have Yeast infection but she seemed like it’s no biggie that it’s treatable but had said she wanted me to get a pelvic ultra sound with a radiologist. So since she didn’t seemed worried I went to go get the test and got an unexpected suprise that I have 3 Fibroid tumors but away from my uteros. As some of you who have been in my situation know how I felt and was really dumbfounded. I even know a couple of friends who have had it and have been through really bad situations which I would want to go through. I’ve never had kids but would like to have some one day. I am not sure on the sizes of tumors but from what I saw in the ultrasound two might look like the size of a golf ball around there and one is a little bigger Im just guessing. I’m supposed to go see my gyno in a week. I was away in Australia for a year 2009 and had bad cramp pain but not as much as i’ve been having it here back home so makes me wonder I may have had it that long. I have faith that I’m hoping that all will go well. I’ve been told by several people that I can naturally get rid of them but I would have to be in a strict diet and that the fibroids may come back. So would this be an option if I really take care of myself?

    Ladies only who have had it a couple of questions; What was your experience when you had it? Are there certain foods that I should watch out for? What would be my best decision to get rid of these tumors and still have a chance in the future of having a baby with my current partner? How long does it take to recover? I was told there’s laser surgery to get them removed. Would that be safe? I dont have insurance but might be getting medical so pray for me and wish me luck. Please share some of your similar experiences with me and maybe some way to aleviate my pain that im having right now. . . I DO NOT WANT MY UTERUS TO GET REMOVED so please any advice you can give me I would truly appreciate it. 🙂

    THANK YOU!!!

    • N
        February 18, 2012

      There is a minimally invasive procedure called uterine fibroid embolization (you can Google this for more info). It is done by an interventional radiologist. A small incision is made in your groin and catheters are inserted until they reach the blood vessels supplying the fibroids. Small particles are injected into these vessels to block them. This causes the fibroids to shrink as they no longer have any blood supply. Over several weeks to months the fibroids shrivel up and you will not have any more symptoms. This is a quick procedure, about an hour and does not require a hospital stay. Ask your gynecologist if you are a candidate for this procedure and if he/she can refer you to a doctor that does this. This procedure is good for young women who want to preserve their uterus for future pregnancny.
      Hope this was helpful.

  5. Stacy S
      February 13, 2012

    What is the best way to get rid of a fibroid tumor??
    I was diagnosed with a fibroid tumor over two years ago. The thing has gotten bigger over time and is now starting to look like the early stages of a pregnancy,. I cannot wear any of my cute little dresses anymore because the stomach bulge from the tumor is embarassing.
    I haven’t been to the obgyn in two years because I do not have very good health insurance and it is very expensive. The last time I did go she just told me that as long as I am not having any complications from it, than there is nothing I should do about it. I am starting to become embarassed with the way that I look and I want to get rid of it. I have done some online research about it but it talks about having surgery or getting pills to shrink it. Surgery is too expensive and I can’t afford it and the pills seem like a gimmick.
    Is there anything that I can do to rid mysel of this ugly tumor?? Help
    I am only 30 and I do not want to have to dress like an old lady.

    • drorganico
        February 17, 2012

      Que paso Stacy,

      Im drorganico, natural health practitioner for 12 years and have dealt with several dozens cases like yours and every single one of them, when they client followed every step of the protocol that is, has been cleared up with 6 to 8 weeks of detoxing and making the right adjustments in their lifestyles.

      As you said, your 30 and lots of carefree living in front of you so please get a hold of your emotions and forget the old lady analogies, lets get you back to the secure and sexy image that you know you have of yourself. This can be dealt with faster than you can imagine. However I do need to mention that lack of action on your part will make not being able to wear cute little things a very minor issue compared to other complications that will certainly come about.

      Forget surgery and forget additional costly “toxic legal poison” known as pharmaceuticals prescribed by docs that realy dont know that there are legit, effective and economic solutions that work in harmony with your body, not against it, Ill give you some basic info and if you cant find a decent natural practitioner in your city, and you want some detailed help, contact me through yahoo, my email is listed.

      Stacey, my business slogan is EDUCATE SO AS NOT TO MEDICATE, so bear with me while I give you some basic information so your informed and at least make informed decisions not just heresay, trendy and gossip decisions.

      The fibroid tumor is a hard, benign (noncancerous) tumor that generally occurs in the uterine wall. It usually has no toxic effects on the body and causes problems only if it grows large enough to physically encroach on vital structures. If such tumors are present in the uterus as a woman approaches menopause, they may produce abnormal menstrual bleeding.

      At times this bleeding can be controlled only by removing the uterus. In many cases, much less extreme and natural measures are more than satisfactory. The cause of fibroid tumors remains medicaly unproven though there are many solid theories. Researchers in my natural health field believe its due to certain trace mineral deficiencies via an imbalance of the body PH, more on that in bit.

      The balance of ovarian hormones must play some part in their formation because as a woman goes through menopause, the fibroids present frequently retrogress and atrophy along with the normal shrinking of the uterus.

      Many tumors are in the early stages respond well to the use of certain detox protocols and trace mineral supplementation, this in combination of consuming less acid forming foods and more alkaline forming foods and the all important stress management aspect which also plays a factor in why these tumors formed in the fist place since its a know scientifica fact that un managed stress releases a large amount of unnecessary acid in your system.

      To accomplish this, I recommedn certain detox herbs, supplements with natural detox agents; essential vitamins that reinforce the immune system, vegetable protein and supplementation.

      This combined with spiritual reconnection therapy is effective in virtualy all cases within a time frame of 7 days to get rid of pain, 8 to 12 weeks for the enitre detox process to take hold and at about 12 weeks after the process begins get an ultrasound to confirm what you will already know and feel, the tumor has been flushed out naturaly with no drugs or toxins.

      Now Stacy, about one of the main root causes of your tumor, PH out of balance. Let me explain.

      The body is dominated by 2 chemicals, alkaline and acid, when the acid takes over for a considerable length of time the entire cell structure and tissues are deprived of sufficient oxygen, this is called an “anaerobic enviroment” this was discovered by 2 time Nobel Prize winner in science and medicine, Dr. Otto Werberg, a German physician that won those prestigious awards in 1931 and then again 1938, he also documented that once you get the PH to get more alkaline than acid, the oxygen comes back and no way that any tumor, germ, bacteria, paraiste, fungus or any illness can stay in the body since it doesnt have its required food, acid.

      So as you continue to remain in a Candida state, over acid, fungus starts to form in the inner organs, in your case the uterus and fellopian tubes, to try and combat this over acid state the body now produces mucus, the same icky yellowy stuff we have when we deal with head colds, the reason is that the acid we consume via canned and processed foods or foods that convert into acid in your body, toxic medicines, untreated stress and other factors, these acids have the ability to damage the membranes of your nerves and tissues, therefore the body as a defense mechanism engulfs the acid/toxins with the mucus and in a body with the proper PH balance, it ejects it, detoxes from the body and no problem.

      However in a body out of PH balance, which I suspect is your case, resulting in candida and anaerobic enviroment, the mucus now begins to accumulate in the inner wall of the intestines, tissues, joints, lungs, cells and inner organs so now the body has to produce EXTRA FAT CELLS to engulf the mucus to protect the organs from damage.

      Stacy I dont know if weight gain is an issue in your case, but in most over acid states it is. So in one sense the extra fat cells are actualy saving your life, however the negative result is the weight that wont come off cause your are constantly over acid. That is why it makes sense to eat foods high in alkaline and that way your body wont need to make mucus or fat cells to protect you.

      The solution?……. forget about calories, forget about fat grams, forget about cholesterol count, concentrate on detoxing your body with natural foods I will recommend, get rid of excess acid, get and maintaing the proper PH balance and the tumors will go away, your other symptoms will disipate, your mood will change to positive, weight will come off naturaly and with out these fad diets or toxic pills.

      Glad to help, Live healthy,

      February 16, 2012

    I have fibroid, what to do?
    My oby-gyne called me today and told me that I have a 6cm fibroid. I was terrified when she said that I have to have this removed. Is there anyone here that can give me some advice? I read some articles that there are medicines out there that a woman can take to shrink these type of growths, I mention it to her, but she said mine is kind of big and medicine or pill won’t work. Was she being honest, or maybe she just wants to have another patient for surgery. She’s my new oby-gyne, I switched because my old doctor moved. I’m willing to have the surgery if this is the best way to get rid of it.
    Also, I have a constant pelvic pain, specially everytime I do some type of movement that requires bending…

    • Rosalie
        February 19, 2012

      The presence of fibroids does not mean that they need to be treated; it is expectantly depending on the symptomatology and presence of related conditions. The presence of uterine fibroids can cause problems which can be solved by:

      Surgery: Surgical removal of a uterine fibroid usually takes place via hysterectomy, in which the entire uterus is removed, or myomectomy, in which only the fibroid is removed. It is possible to remove multiple fibroids during a myomectomy. Although a myomectomy cannot prevent the recurrence of fibroids at a later date, such surgery is increasingly recommended, especially in the case of women who have not completed bearing children or who express an explicit desire to retain the uterus. There are three different types of myomectomy:
      In a hysteroscopic myomectomy, the fibroid is removed by the use of a resectoscope, an endoscopic instrument that can use high-frequency electrical energy to cut tissue. Hysteroscopic myomectomies can be done as an outpatient procedure, with either local or general anesthesia used.[8] Hysteroscopic myomectomy is most often recommended for submucosal fibroids. A French study collected results from 235 patients suffering from submucous myomas who were treated with hysteroscopic myomectomies; in none of these cases was the fibroid greater than 5 cm.[9]
      A laparoscopic myomectomy requires a small incision near the navel. The physician then inserts a laparoscope into the uterus and uses surgical instruments to remove the fibroids. Studies have suggested that laparoscopic myomectomy leads to lower morbidity rates and faster recovery than does laparotomic myomectomy.[10] As with hysteroscopic myomectomy, laparoscopic myomectomy is not generally used on very large fibroids. A study of laparoscopic myomectomies conducted between January 1990 and October 1998 examined 106 cases of laparoscopic myomectomy, in which the fibroids were intramural or subserous and ranged in size from 3 to 10 cm.[11]
      A laparotomic myomectomy (also known as an open or abdominal myomectomy) is the most invasive surgical procedure to remove fibroids. The physician makes an incision in the abdominal wall and removes the fibroid from the uterus. A particularly extensive laparotomic procedure may necessitate that any future births be conducted by Caesarean section.[12] Recovery time from a laparatomic procedure is generally expected to be four to six weeks.
      Uterine artery embolization (UAE): Using interventional radiology techniques, the Interventional Radiologist occludes both uterine arteries, thus reducing blood supply to the fibroid [13] . A small catheter (1 mm in diameter) is inserted into the femoral artery at the level of the groin under local anesthesia. Under imaging guidance, the interventionnal radiologist will enter selectively into both uterine arteries and inject small (500 µm) particles that will block the blood supply to the fibroids. This results in shrinking of the fibroids and of the uterus, thus alleviating the symptoms in most cases. Uterine Artery Embolization is now recognized as a viable alternative to hysterectomy and most women suffering from fibroid related symptoms can be treated with this technique.
      Medical therapy: First line treatment may involve oral contraceptive pills, either combination pills or progestin-only, in an effort to manage symptoms. If unsuccessful, further medical therapy involves the use of medication to reduce estrogens in an attempt to create a medical menopause-like situation. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogs are used for this. GNRH analogs, however, are short term treatments only. Selective progesterone receptor modulators, such as Progenta, were under investigation in 2005, because their use as therapeutic agents was desired.
      HIFU (High intensity focused ultrasound), also called Magnetic Resonance guided Focused Ultrasound, is a non-invasive intervention (requiring no incision) that uses high intensity focused ultrasound waves to ablate (destroy) tissue in combination with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), which guides and monitors the treatment. This technique is relatively new; it was approved by the FDA in 2004

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