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Contrary to conventional theory, in a number of women uterine fibroid symptoms worsen during or after menopause. In case of some women fibroids and menopause happens together. The best way to treat …

Contrary to conventional theory, in a number of women uterine fibroid symptoms worsen during or after menopause. In case of some women fibroids and menopause happens together. The best way to treat the situation wholly and completely is to make use of remedies to shrink fibroids naturally.

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  • 1. Fibroids & Menopause – Is There A Connection? Contrary to conventional theory, in a number of women uterine fibroid symptoms worsen during or after menopause. In case of some women fibroids and menopause happens together. The best way to treat the situation wholly and completely is to make use of remedies to shrink fibroids naturally. Estrogen is mainly responsible for boosting the growth of fibroid tumors in uterus. During menopause the production of estrogen decreases by almost 50-60%. Logically if the body does not produce enough hormones to feed the uterine tumor, it should be possible to shrink fibroids naturally on its own. However you will be surprised to know that irrespective of age, in many women during the post menopausal stage, the symptoms of fibroids start getting worse. In these women the uterine tumor grows despite the fall in levels of estrogen which occurs at menopause. Why does this happen? Substances which act exactly like estrogen are referred to Estrogen Mimickers. There are "good" estrogen mimickers and "bad" ones. The former are known as phytoestrogens and are usually found in vegetables. This type of mimicker
  • 2. ensures that the body maintains good level of estrogen balance at all times. The "bad" estrogen also known as xenoestrogens refer to artificial chemicals. These chemicals are capable of disrupting the entire endocrine system and reproductive functions. They can cause several other health problems like breast cancer, fibroids and endometriosis. Xenoestrogens are found commonly in household detergents and cosmetics. They are present in the hormones used to feed livestock which produces meat and milk. Pesticides used to grow fruits and vegetables contain this type of estrogen mimickers. It is also found in plastic containers which hold our food and water. Xenoestrogens cause fibroids to grow irrespective of whether estrogen is produced naturally by our bodies or not. Therefore fibroids continue to grow in women in the post menopausal phase too resulting in the uterine fibroid symptoms getting severe. This is also the reason for rise in number of women suffering from fibroids these days. How to tackle this problem? Do not be under the impression that fibroids and menopause do not mix. Go for organically grown foodstuff wherever possible. Avoid using cosmetics and detergents which contain harmful chemicals. Try using glass or ceramic containers to store your food and water. It is easy to get rid of uterine fibroids symptoms if you follow some of these simple home remedies. Make use of remedies to shrink fibroids naturally.
  • 3. I was in the pre-menopausal stage when my uterine tumors were detected. I decided against surgery and chose fibroids natural treatment instead. Today I can confidently claim hat I have been able to shrink fibroids naturally with the help of these remedies. I did not make use of any medicines for my fibroids cure. The remedies that I made use of were part of a 7 step fibroids cure plan developed by an alternate medicine practitioner. It is available for download on the internet and comes with a complete money back guarantee.