ORGANIC HERBAL REMEDY: Uterine fibroids
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A large fibroid can decrease fertility by blocking the fallopian tubes or preventing the implantation of the embryo. But don't worry, our natural remedy will help you get rid of fibroids little by little in order to avoid surgery. It is the best solution to treat you successfully. This herbal and root composition has proven its effectiveness with dozens of cases resolved.
Fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) tumors that develop in the lining of the uterus. Their number and location can vary from woman to woman, as well as their size (ranging from a few millimeters to several centimeters). Also called myomas, meiomas or uterine fibromyomas, fibroids usually appear in women after age 30. Their size can vary from the size of a pea to that of a grapefruit.
They can be of 3 types:
° intramural fibroids (the most common type of fibroids) are located in the myometrium,
° the subseros fibroids develop towards the outside of the uterus,
° submucosal or endocavitary fibroids are rarer and grow under the endometrium, which can then occupy a certain space in the uterine cavity.
In the majority of cases, fibroids cause no symptoms. However, they can sometimes be very bothersome and cause heavy menstrual bleeding, all kinds of pain and frequent urges to urinate. In addition, fibroids sometimes cause fertility problems. Uterine fibroid is the most common non-cancerous tumor in women of childbearing age. It is estimated that 20% to 40% of Caucasian women and up to 50% of African American women over the age of 35 have uterine fibroids. After 50, this proportion rises to 70% among Caucasian women and 80% among those of African origin1. However, more than half of these fibroids do not cause any symptoms, so it is difficult to estimate their exact prevalence.
° Vaginal discharge like water (hydrorrhea)
° Pains in the belly or lower back.
° Frequent urge to urinate if the fibroid puts pressure on the bladder.
° Distortion or swelling of the lower abdomen.
° Pain during intercourse.
° Infertility or repeated miscarriages.
° Constipation if the fibroid compresses the large intestine or rectum.
° Disorders during childbirth or delivery (expulsion of the placenta). A large fibroid can for example lead to a caesarean if it blocks the passage preventing the expulsion of the child.
Most uterine fibroids go unnoticed and have no health consequences. But in some cases, complications can be associated with it and result in:
° Hemorrhages. When a fibroid causes heavy loss of health, it can even lead to anemia;
° A decrease in fertility. Most women with fibroids are fertile and have normal pregnancies. ° Nevertheless, a large fibroid can decrease fertility by blocking the fallopian tubes or preventing implantation of the embryo;
° problems during pregnancy. Pregnant women with fibroids are more likely to miscarry and give birth prematurely. However, this risk depends on the size and location of the fibroid in the uterus4;
° compression of neighboring organs. If the fibroid is large, it can compress the bladder, rectum, or ureters, which are the channels that connect the kidneys to the bladder. This can be a source of pain and more or less serious complications (urine retention, constipation ...
Although the cause of fibroids remains unknown, physically active women are less prone to it than sedentary or obese women. We know that body fats produce estrogens and that these hormones contribute to the growth of fibroids. Exercising and maintaining a healthy weight could therefore provide some protection.