Ovarian Fibroids Symptoms

The Spiritual Technique of Dissolving the Uterine Fibroids, Ovarian Cysts and Blockages of Tubes

Author: Geeta Jha

The women's reproductive health covers the symptoms, diseases, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of reproductive organs like uterus, cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes and breasts. The reproductive health and infertility problems cover fibroids, uterine polyps, endometriosis, poly cystic syndrome [PCOS], primary ovary failure, an ovulation, menstrual dysfunction, imbalance of hormones and tubal blockage.

The ancient art of HUNA comes from the mystical lands of Hawaii. It offers an amazing system of scientific procedures that can literally perform miracles for those who practice it. You possess within your mind centers a tremendous mental, physical and spiritual power with which you can heal your mind and body.

The Higher self which is posited approximately 5 feet above your head, perform the miraculous healing, rebuild or duplicate from the Etheric Master copy the healthy cells, tissues, organs and systems to its former perfect condition.

Ritual outline:

  • Sit in a comfortable and relaxed position, with crossed legs and closed eyes.
  • Now visualise a beautiful pure stream of water, symbolical of spiritual energy and light pouring down from your Higher self [as a glowing sun situated about 5 feet above your head], flowing down into your head, through your body and exiting from your feet. Visualize this purifying stream washing away, all impurities and germs that are in your body. See all the pain, diseases, hormonal imbalances has been washed away. All the body germs, impurities and negative thoughts being washed out. Visualise your all reproductive problems fibroids, cysts and tubal blockages are being washed away as the unclean and dirty water flowing out through your feet, out of your body, out of your house, into the drainage system. Along with physical impurity, all karmic blockages, negative thoughts and feelings are also being washed out. Bath in this spiritual stream, unless you watch a very clear, cool, beautiful and vital steam of water exiting out from your feet, completely replenishing and purifying you.   
  • Now take five to six deep breaths in order to build the Prana, necessary to be offered to your higher self.
  • Now visualise the accumulated Prana as a very high voltage silver electrical ball in your Solar-Plexus. Offer this Prana to your higher self, see the Prana surging up from your Solar-Plexus and out through your head. See it forming a huge circle of light, above your head.
  • Within this circle of pure light now see yourself already and totally healed of your ailment. Visualise that your uterus, ovary and fallopian tubes are in very healthy condition and functioning at their best.
  • Now say firmly and positively- ''I am now totally healed, cleansed and purified of all my reproductive problems, from this moment my uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes will always remain healthy.''
  •  Thanks your higher self with a real feeling of gratitude and joy.
  • Repeat this mystical ritual, at least once every day until all symptoms have permanently disappeared.






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About the Author

Geeta Jha is a spiritual healer, an astrologer and a dedicated disciple of reiki-pranic and huna mystics. She has been helping people with spiritual healing and astrology for over ten years.


  1. norma
      April 8, 2011

    What are the symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?
    I feel this certain kind of pain on my left side when i ovulate. I just had a Myomectomy( fibroids) in November and i was feeling such pains b4 then. I thot it would stop after the surgery.My Gynae checked during the surgery and he said my tubes & ovaries are fine.

    • Rachel S
        April 3, 2011

      Gabbie gave a great list of the symptoms. Most women only experience a few of the symptoms – I’ve never heard of a woman who has all of them. I was diagnosed primarily because of irregular periods and acne – I don’t have the common symptoms (weight gain/inability to lose weight, insulin resistance/diabetes). The only way to be absolutely positive is through an ultrasound looking for the cysts. If your doctor checked during your surgery, you’re fine.

      Pain during ovulation on one side or the other is pretty common. It may indicate which side the egg is being released – you may release predominantly on the left side.

  2. milly
      April 12, 2011

    after a ulrasound showing ovarian cysts and fibroids,my GP didn’t give much info,do i just leave it?
    my symptoms are unexplained weight gain,bloating,heavy painfull periods,frequent urination and constipation.the weight gain bothers me the most and my gp seemed to think i was just another women wanting to eat lots and be slim!i diet and exersise!please help im so fedup!

    • Kir S
        April 15, 2011

      Go to a gynecologist. Fibroids will cause all those problems, and are easily removed. There is nothing you can do to lose the weight gained through large fibroids except have them removed. And all the other problems should go away after they are removed. The cysts are less likely to be causing the symptoms, but should also be monitored by a gyno. They will often go away all on their own, but sometimes do need to be removed by the doctor. But it sounds like your GP is just brushing you off, and you should find someone who is going to give your problems more time and understanding.

  3. serialmom12
      April 13, 2011

    Do ovarian cysts usually need to be surgically removed?
    I was told today after getting MRI results that I need to see an oncologist. I always thought that most ovarian cysts and fibroids are not cancer. I have no symptoms, no pain, no bleeding.
    Do you think I’ll have to have that godd-awful test called a ‘Hysterosonography?’
    the report mentioned that I should go for a transvaginal sonogram for more information.

    • pretzypie
        April 14, 2011

      Typically, ovarian cysts are functional (not disease or cancer related) and occur as a normal process of ovulation. During the days before ovulation, a follicle grows. But at the time of expected ovulation, the follicle fails to break open and release an egg, as it is supposed to. Instead, the fluid within the follicle remains and forms a cyst.

      Functional, or physiological, ovarian cysts usually disappear within 8-12 weeks without treatment. They are relatively common, and are more common during a woman’s childbearing years (puberty to menopause). Ovarian cysts are rare after menopause.

      Functional ovarian cysts are not the same as ovarian tumors (including ovarian cancer) or cysts due to hormone-related conditions such as polycystic ovarian disease. Some non-functional ovarian cysts must be treated to go away.

      An ovarian cyst can cause pain if it pushes on nearby structures, ruptures or bleeds. Pain may also occur if the cyst is twisted or causes twisting (torsion) of the fallopian tube.

      Symptoms of ovarian cysts can include:

      * Pelvic pain – constant, dull aching
      * Pain with intercourse or pelvic pain during movement
      * Pain during bowel movements
      * Pelvic pain shortly after beginning or ending a menstrual period
      * Abnormal uterine bleeding (change from normal menstrual pattern)
      * Longer than usual menstrual cycle
      * Shorter than usual menstrual cycle
      * Absent menstruation
      * Irregular menstruation
      * Abdominal bloating or swelling

      Often no symptoms are noted and ovarian cysts are found only be routine examinations. Usually birth control pills may be prescribed to help establish normal cycles and decrease the development of functional ovarian cysts.

      Simple ovarian cysts that are larger than 5-10 centimetres and complex ovarian cysts that persist should and will usually be surgically removed via laparoscopy (minimal invasive surgery).

      I would recommend that you discuss all the details such as the type of cyst, size of cyst etc with your doctor/gyno and ask them to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

      I have suffered from many bilateral ovarian cysts over the past 10 years and have had to have surgery 2 times to the cysts removed (it wasn’t anything too serious).

      I hope this helps to answer your question. Good luck 🙂

  4. Boatalot
      April 14, 2011

    Relative has fibroids/ ovarian cyst (fluid filled) after ultrasound. Doc said ‘nothing indicitive of cancer’-?
    …but he still did the endometrial biopsy. Thickened uterine wall with symptoms of longer periods- in the middle of menopause. Could this be a benign condition?

    • Denisedds
        April 14, 2011

      Yes it can be and apparently it is.

  5. ItaliaGirl
      April 14, 2011

    Can you have ovarian cysts, fibroids and endometriosis all at once?
    I have Pcos (Polycstic Ovarian Syndrome) but I also have symptoms of Endometriosis and fibroids too. Is it possible to have all 3 at one time? If anyone knows please let me know! (I have a dr appointment coming up) but just curious now! Thanks!

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