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Womens-Issues I was very unhappy at the options offered to me when I had large fibroids and I spent many hours surfing the internet looking for ways of shrinking fibroids naturally. I had had fibroids for a couple of years and they had increased in size dramatically over a fairly short period of time. For a while, I thought I could cope with them-sure I had symptoms, but they were manageable symptoms and I decided that I would rather cope than go through surgery. However, as I reached my mid-thirties, the fibroids were so big that my uterus was, to quote the doctor, "the size of a seven month pregnancy". My clothes no longer fit and I was anemic. Any exertion caused me to become breathless. Plus I found intercourse painful and I leaked urine whenever I tried to exercise-a very sorry set of symptoms! My doctor had recommended a hysterectomy because of the size of the fibroids. Previously we had discussed various surgical options which would have involved just removing individual fibroids (I had one in particular which was much larger than the others). However, what really made me decide against surgery at that time was the fact that there were no guarantees. In other words, I could go through painful surgery and then find that within a few months the fibroids could and probably would grow back. I know the doctor was trying to be realistic, but to be told that the likelihood was that they would grow back as whatever had caused them in the first place was still there. Now, I was faced with the prospect of a hysterectomy as they were simply too large for anything else. I had read that shrinking fibroids naturally could only be possible if you took steps to find out the root cause of your fibroids and eliminated it. I suppose that made sense really-you could never expect to get rid of them if whatever was "fueling" them was still there. The time I spent on the internet was eye opening to say the least. I was buoyed up by stories of women who had learned how to eliminate uterine fibroids by using purely natural methods and then I was totally despondent when I read about women who had resorted to surgery and who had had bad experiences. I eventually came across a system of treatment which I felt reasonably comfortable with and decided to try it. It was very much a "last chance" as by this time my surgery was scheduled for a few months time-in fact I was due to start hormonal suppression treatment in 6 weeks time to reduce the size of the fibroids before surgery. I was not looking forward to that as I knew that the treatment caused an artificial menopause, with accompanying symptoms such as dry skin, thinning vaginal skin, hot flashes and osteoporosis. I very much figured that I had nothing to lose. If the treatment worked, that would mean I would not need a hysterectomy. If it didn’t, I knew I would be bitterly disappointed but wouldn’t have lost anything as the system came with a full, money back guarantee. Also, as far as fibroids are concerned, this condition is rare in that although the symptoms can be terrible, it is rarely a dangerous condition and women therefore have the "luxury" (if we can call it that!) of being able to try out different options before resorting to surgery without putting our physical well-being at risk. There are various methods involved in shrinking fibroids naturally and the options will vary depending on an analysis of your own lifestyle and circumstances to see what may have been the likely causes in your case. For many women, high estrogen levels are undoubtedly a factor as this hormone tends to act like fuel for the growth of fibroids. A general reduction in estrogen levels figures in most treatment plans and this can be achieved by maintaining a healthy weight as estrogen is produced by, and stored in fat cells. It is also known that certain environmental pollutants are ingested via pesticides and these are stored in the liver. These pesticides can mimic the action of estrogen and therefore it makes sense to include a robust liver detox in many treatment strategies. Other research has shown that women with a tendency to inflammatory conditions can be prone to fibroids so another element of successful treatments can include eating foods with anti-inflammatory properties such as oats, hops and cumin. If you are considering natural ways of shrinking fibroids then I would like to offer a word of caution though. This does take effort and is not suitable for women who are looking for a quick-fix option. I found that I had to remain committed to the treatment for some time before I noticed substantial results. Having said that, I was very motivated as I knew I had reached the end of the road as far as other options were concerned-it was this or a hysterectomy! I was spurred on by the fact that I began to see an improvement in certain symptoms, such as bloating and heavy bleeding within a few days, so I could tell that something was "happening". It took a few weeks before I began to see a difference in the size of my abdomen and a revisit to my doctor confirmed that the largest fibroid had indeed reduced. A few months down the line and a scan revealed that all my fibroids were much smaller-with some of the very small ones having disappeared altogether. My clothes now fit and I am completely symptom-free. I do still have fibroids, but they are small and cause no symptoms and I am quite happy with that. It was the lack of real help for women with fibroids led Shola Oslo, an 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 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. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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