Natural Uterine Fibroids Treatment
There are alternative methods for uterine fibroids treatment.
Fibroid, a benign tumor that affects the uterus can be controlled with natural cures, and there may not be need for surgery or hysterectomy.
Fibroids are non-cancerous growths of tissue that develop in the muscular wall of the uterus.
They vary in number and size, and can be small as peanut or big as a melon.
What causes uterine fibroids
The exact cause of fibroids is hard to know, but they are known to be stimulated by female hormone estrogen. During the time of menopause, they tend to shrink.
Women under 20 years are rarely affected, and women in the 30s and 40s, especially African Americans are the most affected by fibroids.
Women who are very large or heavy weight are more exposed to uterine fibroids.
Four kinds of uterine fibroids are available. The Submucosal fibroids found inside the womb, and the intramural fibroids found on the walls of the (womb) uterine.
The others are Subserosal fibroids found outside the womb, and pendaculated fibroids that sprouts outside and inside the womb.
Symptoms of fibroids
Many women with fibroids have no symptoms while others may experience painful periods, heavy periods, irregular periods, miscarriage, and infertility.
Other symptoms may include frequent urination, constipation, hip and back pain, anemia, and swelling in the lower abdomen.
Home remedies for uterine fibroids treatment
Progesterone cream balances out estrogen, regulates the menses, and relieves pain. Apply ¼ teaspoon of the cream 2 times daily to the abdomen, thighs, neck, and arms, for about 15 days a month, from ovulation to the onset of menstruation.
Continue the process for about 3 months. Read the label on the container and make sure the cream has progesterone in it. Do not use the one that has wild yam in it.
Progesterone cream is best used under the supervision of a health-care professional.
How to relieve uterine fibroids with Beth root
Beth root is used in stopping uterine bleeding. Make a tea of 2-4g of beth root and drink daily. You may also take 60 drops of tincture 3 times a day to control excessive uterine bleeding. Do not use the herb if you have heart problems, or are pregnant, or lactating.
Chasteberry (vitex) for uterine fibroids treatment
hasteberry balances the estrogen and progesterone levels needed for fibroids relief.
A recommended dosage of 160-240 mg of a standardized extract that contains 0.6 percent aucubin, or 80 drops daily is required.
Do not use vitex if you are taking birth control pill. You may want to consult your health –care professional before using vitex.
Dandelion root is needed to improve liver detoxification. A dosage of 300-500 mg of the capsule form or 1 ml of tincture with each meal 3 times a day is recommended.
Vitamins and supplements
B6 and evening primrose oil
These supplements supply the essential fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which helps the body to process estrogen. A dosage of 100 mg a day of vitamin B6, and 1,000 mg a day of evening primrose oil, is recommended.
Magnesium for uterine fibroids treatment
A deficiency of mineral magnesium creates stagnation in muscle tissue, such as the walls of the uterus. The adequate amount of the magnesium relaxes muscle tissue, allowing fresh flow of blood into the area. See the container for the dosage required.
A high potency multivitamin supplement is needed to supply nutrients important in estrogen metabolism. Follow the direction on the label when you take them.
Regular sitz baths with only the hips and buttock soaked in hot water or saline solution, will improve circulation to the pelvic region and will reduce pain in the abdomen and lower back.
Aromatherapy oils for uterine fibroids treatment
Warming oils like black pepper, rosemary, and marjoram do increase blood flow and release pain. Black pepper may also arouse
digestion, if you are constipated.
You may use the oils in combination or separately. Add 10 drops to a sitz bath, or use them in a hot compress to relieve pain.
Many fibroids patients have found out that a
fast relieves fibroid pains. Go on a 3 day juice fast every 3 months. Make sure you drink a wide variety of vegetable juices, and green drinks during the fast. The best way to get the nutrients is by
juicing the vegetables
Diet for uterine fibroids treatment
Fibroids are affected by hormone estrogen. They are known to feed fibroids. Some foods like diary foods, poultry foods, and red meat eggs, consist of the synthetic form of estrogen.
Because it is used to nourish farm animals processed for supermarkets.
Reduce your intake of these foods. Your best choice will be organic hormone-free diary, eggs, meat, and poultry, if you can afford it.
It is also important that fibroid patients avoid refined sugar, white floor, alcohol caffeine, and cigarettes, which overwork the liver and lead to stagnation and fibroid growth.
You can eat a lot of fiber foods and soy. Fiber foods such as whole grains, beans, vegetables, and fruits, help the liver to process and excrete excess estrogen.
Soy products such as milk, tofu, soy sauce, and miso (soy paste), are rich in natural estrogens called phytoestrogens, which keep destructive synthetic estrogens from hurting your system.
These natural home remedies can helpful for uterine fibroids treatment. However, it’s advisable to consult your physician before practicing them.
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