Like benign breast lumps that develop with changing hormones, stress, and/or periods of ill health, ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids fluctuate and grow with the changing conditions of our lives. They do not automatically signal cancer, nor does a routine response to them have to be surgical removal, chemotherapy, or radiation. Often these therapies only perpetuate the problem. Radical medical techniques add additional stress to an already stressed system. Stress will perpetuate any health problem and appears to surgery and chemo/radiation therapy may be necessary, we would hardly recommend them as a first line of defense. Fibroids are benign tumors, generally solid in nature, that grow on the uterus. Small fibroids can be totally symptom-free. As they grow larger and/or more numerous, they may cause some pain, bleeding between periods, and excessive bleeding during periods. Though their cause is not fully known we do know that they are dependent on estrogen for their growth. Estrogen treatments, oral contraceptives, and pregnancy stimulate their growth. Lowering estrogen levels in the body slows the growth of fibroids. Uterine fibroids will often shrink considerably or disappear, completely during and after menopause, when estrogen levels naturally decrease. There are many types of growths that can develop in our breasts. Most of them are not cancerous. More than seventy percent of women are reported to have a fibrocystic breast condition; fewer than 20 percent of women develop breast cancer. Breast tissue is composed of fat and milk-producing glands that are controlled by a monthly cycle of changing estrogen, progesterone, and prolactin levels. During the month, hormonal changes often cause the milk glands to swell and retain fluid. Small cysts may form and are especially prevalent in the lymph nodes under the armpits. Fibrocystic lumps feel like small balloons filled with fluid and seem to “float” when pressed. They’ve often been compared to feeling like an eyeball under a closed eyelid. The swollen enlarged tissue is often painful. When menstruation begins, hormonal stimulation ceases and the breasts return to normal. Not a disease but a condition, fibrocystic breast lumps are benign breast tissue.
An ovarian cyst is a sac containing fluid or semisolid material that develops in the ovarian tissue. Like fibroids, ovarian cysts are often symptom-free in the early stages. If they continue to grow, excessive bleeding, painful menstruation cycles, and pain in the pelvic area may be experienced.
It generally takes three full menstrual cycles for most growths to either disappear or shrink in size. If they are large, it may take longer. If the growths are already dangerously large when discovered, you may wish to consider orthodox therapies.
We suggest take two capsules three times a day for three months.
We also recommend to follow up with a good natural cleansing/building program (Liver Cleanse) that will both heal your womb area and prevent further growths from occurring.
Avoid estrogenic foods such as dairy, eggs, red meat, and fat. Emphasize a diet rich in dark green leafy veggies, whole grains, and fresh fruit.
Fibro Cyst Support
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