This post was most recently updated on August 5th, 2018
Fibroids abdominal pain brings unexplainable suffering in women’s life. Heavy bleeding, intense pelvic pain and pressure on the bladder are the common symptoms of growing uterine fibroids.
If you’re diagnosed with uterine fibroids whether it is as small as 1 cm or as big as 10 cm you can relate to the symptoms I have referred above.
Let us face it
Perhaps you’re taking painkillers ranging from 2 to 10 a day to get relief from unbearable abdominal pain. I think you know pretty well the prolonged usage of painkillers will have serious health complications. The sooner you realise this fact the better it would be for you.
Think about it
If the size of fibroids is large many specialist doctors straight away suggests removal of fibroids. The doctors practicing conventional medicine and don’t go into the real cause of fibroids. They simply conclude that surgical removal of fibroid is the only solution.
But the removal of fibroids doesn’t solve the problem altogether because fibroids can return even after the surgery.
If you agree what I am saying here, I urge you to hold back for a while. That’s all required for changing your life.
Here is the truth
Conventional medicine doesn’t root out the disease rather try to control the symptoms. Once you acknowledge this fact, obviously, you want to deal with this problem differently.
In other words,
If you want to eliminate the source of the disease, first know the cause of fibroids growth
Uterine fibroids are caused by the disturbance in estrogen and progestogen hormone balance. This condition is aggravated by improper blood sugar metabolism, inflammation in your body systems and stressful lifestyle.
Quite simply, the foods you eat and your lifestyle causing uterine fibroids.
First things first
Right now you are suffering from abdominal pain and needs immediate relief from it.
Here are seven specific things you can do starting from today that free yourself from fibroids abdominal pain:
1. Apply heat to your lower abdomen:
Apply heat to your lower abdomen. Warmth can help to improve blood flow and help your muscles to relax. Use a heating pad or warm compress on your lower abdomen to reduce pain from uterine fibroids. Remove the heating pad about every ten minutes to allow your skin to cool down. – source
2. Lay down and rest:
Coping techniques for chronic pain begin with controlled deep breathing, as follows:
Try putting yourself in a relaxed, reclining position in a dark room. Either shut your eyes or focus on a point.
Then begin to slow down your breathing. Breathe deeply, using your chest. If you find your mind wandering or you are distracted, then think of a word, such as the word “Relax,” and think it in time with your breathing…the syllable “re” as you breathe in and “lax” as you breathe out.
Continue with about 2 to 3 minutes of controlled breathing. Once you feel yourself slowing down, you can begin to use imagery techniques. – source
3. Take Apple Cider Vinegar:
Take 2 teaspoons unpasteurized apple cider vinegar with 16 ounces water.
Mix together in a container and refrigerate, pouring yourself a glassful whenever you are thirsty.
Ordinarily, a couple of glasses a day will take care of your general health needs. This version is ideal for those who are particularly concerned about maintaining an alkalizing diet for overall health. – source
Apple cider vinegar is a natural anti-inflammatory food. It flushes out toxins and reduces inflammation…
4. Take Garlic:
A clove of garlic a day can keep fibroids at bay! Garlic contains allicin, a substance that is known to treat fibroids, tumors and other the infections that lead to these conditions.Eating raw garlic every day can, therefore, help control the symptoms of fibroids and prevent recurrences to a great extent. – source
Garlic act as antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. So eating 3 or 4 cloves help in relieving your pain. Add a glass of milk to it and drink.
5. Eat Cruciferous vegetables:
Wertheim recommends women with fibroids increase their intake of cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, and kale.
“This group of vegetables, in particular, contains indole-3-carbinol, which research has suggested may prevent estrogen-driven tumors due to its effect on estrogen metabolism.” – source
6. Eat high iron foods:
Due to the frequency and heaviness of the period caused by fibroids, iron must be replaced. Include high-iron foods like organ meats, grass-fed beef and legumes in your diet. – source
7. Take B-complex (50 mg daily):
What actually required
All the things suggested above can be easily followed as all of them are easily available to you. The only thing required is an intention of bringing small changes in your lifestyle.
In a few days time, you will feel relief from fibroids abdominal pain. You see that your fibroids are shrinking; your bloating stops; your stomach looks smaller and your periods become lighter and consistent.
Follow these 7 suggestions starting today.
Think about it
Is heavy bleeding and severe pain killing you?
When fibroids grow beyond 15 cm, belly looks like pregnant. They bleed heavily with massive blood clots. This may endanger the fertility irreversibly…
Pills work short term but the problem gets worse. Those who undergo surgery often develop fibroids again… So it is the time for C.H.A.N.G.E… So you won’t MISS the chance of becoming MOM.
Here is what to do now…
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