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Fibroids: Non-Surgical Treatment

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After being told that I had 10 fibroids just before the pandemic, it became a perilous and slow journey figuring out what would be the best method to remove them (I had a prior operation that prevented me from directly going into surgery).

I found a video that instructed I use Bladderwrack, Irish Moss and Sarsaparilla and put them each into 500g size one capsules. Which had said that it would make "your fibroids fall out". Of course skeptical but being at the end of my rope and in constant pain 24 hours a day, I figured what was the harm?

They did work though. Especially in easing my pain tremendously. I take it a week before I have my period and then during my 8-10 day heavy period. I also have to mention that I would be taking Ferrous for the iron deficiency that was prescribed by my GP.

I'm on my third month now and I am seeing amazing results. I had the biggest "blood clot and or fibroid" that I have ever bled in my life, the swelling in my stomach has also gone down. I don't know if that's a coincidence or not. I will also say that I received a UAE operation but that didn't work, and I waited six months for some results, only to be told by my doctor that there was only a 1% reduction in size.

I hope that if you see this and get consultation or advice from your GP/doctors... or you're just hoping for something. I hope this will be the something that helps. I'm not sure how well it works with all types of fibroids but I wish you luck. It is tedious but I really hope it helps you.

As for me, I still need to speak to my doctor and have some scans done to see if it's worked on a majority of them, or I will have to have the unavoidable, complicated surgery that will very well result in me having a hysterectomy.

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I’ve had every procedure and surgery out there! I’ve had fibroids so to I feel your pain. I had three of them the size of a grapefruit. I had the myectomy surgery with the robot assisted da Vinci in 2009 and it helped tremendously -

I want From heavy periods 6-8 to 2-3 days of bleeding.

There’s hope!

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Lily0 in reply to flickingerc

Thank you! I hope so

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