How To Get Rid Of Fibroids Naturally

How to Get Rid of Fibroids Naturally Without Drugs or Surgery

Author: Bernadette Hopkins

If you suffer from fibroids, like many women you may be very disappointed with your treatment options. Many doctors advocate doing nothing at all as fibroids will shrink during the menopause. Others may recommend surgical procedures or hormonal treatment-both of which only offer temporary solutions.

An increasing number of women are turning to using alternative methods and if you are wondering how to get rid of fibroids naturally, you may be pleased to learn that this is indeed possible and thousands of women worldwide have seen tremendous success.

It is impossible to pinpoint the exact cause of fibroids in individual women and this is one of the reasons why conventional treatments cannot provide a permanent cure. Various factors affect women in different ways-for example, although it is known that excess estrogen and excess weight can both contribute to fibroid formation, not all women with either or both of these conditions will have fibroids.

Put simply, if you cannot or do not treat what has actually caused the fibroids, the root cause will still be there even after surgical removal or drug treatment so given time, they will regrow. On the other hand, treatment to get rid of fibroids naturally uses a multifaceted approach which covers every possible cause of fibroids and systematically eliminates each and every one, causing the fibroids to shrink. In addition, symptomatic treatment will also be used, which may include herbal remedies, dietary measures and exercise.

Very often, one treatment to get rid of fibroids naturally will involve liver detoxes. It is well known that estrogen mimicking substances derived from pesticides and environmental toxins can become "locked" in the liver triggering fibroid growth. Estrogen excess is also a common cause, and one way to deal with this is losing surplus weight. Another element of natural fibroid treatment is eating foods which have anti-inflammatory properties, such as oats, hops and cumin, as these can have a calming effect on tumors.

It was the lack of real help for women with fibroids led a specialist in alternative uterine fibroid therapy to develop a complete 7 step system which is completely guaranteed to shrink fibroids. Her busy clinic left her unable to take on many additional patients but the demand for a natural cure for fibroids 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. For further general information and to learn all about the different types of fibroids plus the different treatments for each, please visit my website, Shrink Fibroids Here you will find comprehensive information about fibroids including the 7 Step System which will teach you how to get rid of fibroids naturally.

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  1. Shonda M
      May 15, 2011

    how to get rid of fibroids naturally?

    • star_unknown1
        May 20, 2011

      There is no natural way to get rid of fibroids. Fibroids grow because of Istragen hormone.

  2. Babu
      May 30, 2011

    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
        June 7, 2011

      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.

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