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Sick of the Same Doctor Recommended Uterine Fibroids Treatments? Here Are Natural Alternatives.

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Uterine Fibroids are a nuisance to many women. In fact, an article from Mayo Clinic estimates that 3 out of every 4 women have uterine fibroids sometime during their lives. While most women do not experience any problems with their fibroids or even know they have them, others can experience pain, pressure, heavy menstrual bleeding, and difficulties with the bladder and rectum and in rare cases complications with pregnancy and infertility. 

Few Traditional Treatment Options

For the women that are feeling the effects of large or numerous uterine fibroids there are very few treatment options. Using drugs that control hormone levels, such as birth control can help regulate symptoms like heavy bleeding, but they do not reduce the size of fibroids or prevent more fibroids. Gonadotropin releasing hormone agonists or GnRHa can be used to reduce the size of uterine fibroids. However, according to womenshealth.gov, these drugs can cause depression, joint pain, hot flashes, inability to sleep and when taken long term, bone thinning. It is not recommended that women take these drugs for more than six months.

The Only Permanent Solution

The only way to permanently remove uterine fibroids is by removing the uterus with a hysterectomy. This is a very invasive procedure that requires a long recovery and will leave women permanently infertile. Other minor procedures can remove fibroids or shrink them, but they are still invasive with some risk and cannot promise lasting results. Uterine fibroids can and will most likely return even after surgery unless you have a hysterectomy.

Safe Alternatives

If you are struggling with the uncomfortable symptoms of uterine fibroids, but feel hopeless about any of the possible treatments, there are natural and safe alternatives. In order to understand how the alternative treatments work, you must know a few things about the suspected causes of uterine fibroids.

Suspected Causes

Doctors are not certain what causes uterine fibroids, but it is believed that some combination of hormones and genetics are to blame. Uterine fibroids are often the worst in women who are older, yet still premenopausal. There are a few reasons why this may be the case. According to the article “Enzymes for Fibrosis/Scar Tissue,” as you age your body produces fewer enzymes. Among other things, enzymes work to digest fibrin in your body. Fibrin is the protein that causes the buildup of scar tissue and ultimately fibroids. Your enzyme production slows down as you head into your thirties and forties. While your enzyme production is slowing down your estrogen levels are creeping up and your progesterone levels are dipping. This change in hormone levels and lack of fibrin digesting enzymes are the perfect environment for the formation of uterine fibroids.

Enzymes

Supplementing your natural enzymes may work to prevent uterine fibroids from forming, as well as shrinking the fibroids that currently exist. Biomedic Labs RX suggests using a combination of Serrapeptase and Nattokinase enzymes, such as those found in Serracor-NK and Serra Rx80, that directly attack the excess fibrin in your body that can result in uterine fibroids. In addition to fighting excess fibrin, these supplements boost the immune system and remove toxins. This can help your body fight the buildup of scar tissue that results in fibroids and restore healthy tissue.

Freedom from Uterine Fibroid Symptoms

When you are suffering from uterine fibroids, but are fearful of the treatment options, try these natural systemic enzymes. They do not have the harmful effects that many of the other treatment options can include. Other treatments only address symptoms or attempt to reduce the size of fibroids. Enzymes offer long term healing and prevention because they address the root causes of the uterine fibroids. Systemic enzymes, such as Serracor-Nk and Serra Rx 80 can offer freedom from the pain and inconvenience of uterine fibroids.

As stated earlier, hormones play an important role in fibroids and have been noted to be the possible cause of the fibroids developing. We feel you can control this imbalance of hormones with the product called DIMPRO Rx. DIM Research has been studied for more than 25 years. Its estrogen balancing and anti-tumor properties, especially for prevention, have been well-documented.

With 10 years of proven consumer results you can be assured to see improvements in pain reduction and fibroid size. Take your life back by trying these one of a kind and therapeutic alternative treatments instead of those undesirable medications and surgeries.

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