Common Treatment for Uterine Fibroids
One of the medical conditions, affecting about 50% of women by age 50 and many women during the childbearing years is uterine fibroids. This common health problem is often non-cancerous and it comprises of tissues and muscle cells that form in the walls of the womb or uterus. However, fibroids are treatable and many common treatment options are available with some being more invasive than others.
Although the cause of fibroids are not known, risk factors such as age, obesity, diet, ethnicity and family history may contribute to this condition. You may be unaware that you have uterine fibroids, but some signs to observe include lower back pain, painful and heavy periods, constipation and reproduction and fertility problems.
Some factors that you and your doctor may consider before getting treatment for fibroids may include:
●Location, type and size of the fibroid
●Symptoms and severity
●Your overall health and age
●Plans for children in the future
●Your pregnancy situation
Treatment methods for Uterine Fibroids
The treatment methods for fibroids may be either surgical or non-invasive., However, if you are approaching menopause and depending on your age and the severity of the symptoms that you are experiencing, treatment may not be a requirement. Common treatment procedures for uterine fibroids include surgery, drug therapy and enzyme therapy.
Surgery is often used as a last resort and it ranges in the degree of the invasiveness. It may involve the removal of the fibroid, known as a myomectomy or other invasive methods such as removing the endometrial lining. In extreme cases a hysterectomy, the removal of the uterus, may be required but this eliminates your chances of giving birth to children.
A variety of effective non-surgical methods, often involving medications, are available for treating and managing fibroids. These may include hormonal treatments, using low dose contraceptive pills and IUD or GnRh, which has hormonal releasing drugs. The downside to these treatments is the risk of side effects such as depression and heavy bleeding.
Another treatment method is systematic enzyme therapy, which offers a safe and natural approach with limited side effects. This treatment uses Serracor-NK, which has the blend of the Serrapeptase and Nattokinase enzymes that dissolves the levels of fibrin in your body. It also helps to cleanse your body and improve your immune system. Other natural drugs for hormonal balance, healthy circulation and vitamins may be used to enhance enzyme treatment.
Finding safe and common treatment methods to manage or remove your uterine fibroids is readily available. However, depending on your medical condition and age, your treatment may involve invasive or non-surgical procedures.
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