Menstral cycle of a healthy woman is believed to be regular and pain free. Eastern medicine claims that fibroids result from blood that is not flowing freely through the channels of the body. This result in a darker more clotted menstrual flow and a negative impact generally on the body’s immune system.
What is Degeneration? Deterioration; change from a higher to a lower form, especially change of tissue to a lower or less functionally active form. When there is chemical change of the tissue itself, it is true degeneration; when the change consists in the deposit of abnormal matter in the tissues, it is infiltration.
Often, the first time a pregnant woman learns she has a fibroid is during her initial routine ultrasound. That’s because fibroids usually don’t cause symptoms. But they are quite common—more than 70 percent of women have them. “Common as they are, complications during pregnancy are relatively unusual.
A ruptured ovarian cyst is a common phenomenon, with presentation ranging from no symptoms to symptoms mimicking an acute abdomen which varies. Menstruating women have rupture of a follicular cyst every cycle, which is either asymptomatic or with mild transient pain. In less usual circumstances, the rupture can be associated with significant pain. In very […]
Uterine fibroid, also known as uterine leiomyomas or myomas, are one of the most common medical conditions affecting at least one out of every four women. These are benign tumors formed from the muscular layer of the uterus. Women with fibroids may or may not experience any outer symptoms. Therefore, fibroid are often detected only […]
The scary link between chicken and fibroids Most doctors suggest that women with fibroids should maintain a diet inclusive of meat protein like fish and chicken, some gynaecologists advise women to refrain from eating too many non-organic meat products, which could possibly lead to the worsening of uterine fibroids.
FIBROID SURGERY vs NATURAL MEDICINE WITHOUT SURGERY. 1. Traditional fibroid surgery—called myomectomy requires an incision roughly 8 inches long, a three- to four-day hospital stay and an at-home recovery of six to eight weeks. Myomectomy can often be done using laparoscopy or through the vagina (hysteroscopy). Some surgeries can be done using robotic tools. Sometimes, […]
Gastritis, also known as dyspepsia, is an inflammation, irritation or erosion of the lining of the stomach. It can occur suddenly or come on gradually and causes indigestion and digestive problems. Gastritis and dyspepsia can be a condition itself or it can be a symptom of a more serious disorder of the stomach, small intestine […]
Fibroids: Almost every woman that menstruate has at least one small fibroid in her womb, yet most never even know they are there. If fibroids are indeed so common why are they so feared? Why are people sad when they know they have it? This is because they are misunderstood. Firstly, let’s look at what […]
Gallstones are hard crystals made up of cholesterol and other substances that form in the gallbladder or the bile duct. The gallbladder is located directly under the liver; it functions to store and concentrate the bile. Gallstones range in size from a grain of sand to larger than a pea. One in ten Americans have […]