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Fibroids - Best Natural Ways It Can Be Managed!

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Dr. Meenu Dwivedi 92% (209 ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGCGO
Ayurveda, Noida  •  19 years experience
Fibroids - Best Natural Ways It Can Be Managed!

Benign growth of abnormal cells is characteristic of a uterine fibroid. It grows on the walls of the uterus and occurs in 70% of women. However, most of the times, they go undetected as they are non-intrusive, painless and recede on their own. 99% of the cases reported for fibroids in the uterus are the ones which progress into painful tumors.

Fibroids occur due to elevated levels of estrogen and progesterone in the body; therefore women who are inching closer to menopause are most susceptible to developing fibroids due to elevated and prolonged exposure to these hormones.

The symptoms include:

  1. Pain during urination
  2. Pain during coitus
  3. Constipation
  4. Excessive bleeding and extended menstruation
  5. Fertility problems

Fibroids in the uterus can very easily be treated with various methods. Ayurvedic treatment remains to be one of the most popular choices among women for these illnesses. Ayurvedic treatment involves the use of naturopathic methods to reduce and cure diseases rather than the use of medicinal or surgical methods which may be intrusive, and carry potential risks of side effects and failure rates. It aims to strengthen the immune system of the body and allows the system to mend the infection internally. Ayurvedic methods include the use of herbs, medicinal plants, roots and body enhancing/strengthening practices. Ayurvedic practitioners offer a wide array of treatment methods to battle uterine fibroids naturally with household alternatives, or other readily available remedies.


Ayurvedic treatments for uterine fibroids:

  1. Daily intake of Aloe Vera (with milk, or honey)
  2. Guggul and Asoka herbs (with ghee, or milk)
  3. Douching with herbal decoctions
  4. The ingestion of turmeric in meals
  5. Foods rich in fiber and detoxifying elements (such as spinach, banana) are also recommended as they increase the metabolism rate.

Along with that, if a healthy lifestyle, sound sleep patterns and a regular workout regime are also advised by Ayurvedic practitioners. By taking proper care of one’s self, maintaining proper hygiene and taking preventive measures, one can ensure that the recurrence of uterine fibroids do not present itself.

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