Everything About UTERINE FIBROIDS ( MYOMA ) & Its Treatment


What are Uterine Fibroids?

Uterine fibroids (also referred to as myoma, leiomyoma, leiomyomata, and fibromyoma) are benign (non-cancerous) tumors that grow within the muscle tissue of the uterus. Between 20-50% of women of childbearing age have uterine fibroids. While many women do not experience any problems, symptoms can be severe enough to require treatment.

Fibroids range in size from very small (coin sized) to larger than a melon. A very large uterine fibroid can cause the uterus to expand to the size of a six or seven-month pregnancy. There can either be one dominant fibroid or a cluster of many small fibroids.

How do I know if I have Uterine Fibroids?

During a visit to investigate these symptoms, your doctor will check the size of your uterus. If it feels enlarged, your doctor may order an ultrasound or a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) session, which can confirm the presence, location and size of fibroids. After identifying the size and location of your fibroid(s), and possibly after other diagnostic tests, your doctor may be able to rule out other potentially more serious conditions, and advise you of your options and a recommended course of treatment for the fibroids. If you do not notice any symptoms caused by fibroids there is no need to treat them. Your doctor may want to watch them and check for any growth.

What are common Symptoms of Uterine Fibroids ?

  • Very heavy and prolonged menstrual periods.
  • Heavy flow or clots with periods.
  • Pain in the back of the legs.
  • Pelvic pain or pressure.
  • Pain during sexual intercourse.
  • Pressure on the bladder which leads to a constant need to urinate, incontinence, or the inability to empty the bladder.
  • Pressure on the bowel which can lead to constipation and/or bloating.
  • An enlarged abdomen which may be mistaken for weight gain or pregnancy.
  • Discomfort, such as pressure, as well as being unable to lie on your stomach and being unable to button your clothing easily, caused by the mass of the fibroids. Other, less common symptoms include irregular bleeding and urinary frequency caused by the pressure on the bladder from the fibroids. If your periods are very heavy, you may become anemic and an iron supplement may be recommended.
  • Discharge – Myometous polyp may cause blood strain discharge in to the vagina if it gets infected and its surface gets ulcerated, Blood strain, offensive vaginal discharge is noted.
  • Infertility – Due to several factors – P.I.D., corneal fibroid causing blockage of fallopian tubes.
  • Pregnancy complicated by the presence of tumor (myoma).
  • Abdominal Lump – painless abdominal swelling.

What are the types of Uterine Fibroids ?

There are four primary types of Uterine Fibroids. These are classified primarily according to location in the uterus:

1. Subserosal Uterine Fibroids

These fibroids develop in the outer portion of the uterus and continue to grow outward.

2. Intramural Uterine Fibroids

The most common type of fibroid. These develop within the uterine wall and expand making the uterus feel larger than normal (which may cause “bulk symptoms”).

3. Submucosal Uterine Fibroids

These fibroids develop just under the lining of the uterine cavity. These are the fibroids that have the most effect on heavy menstrual bleeding and the ones that can cause problems with infertility and miscarriage.

4. Pedunculated

Fibroids that grow on a small stalk that connects them to the inner or outer wall of the uterus.

Distribution of myomas (tumor) in the body of the uterus in broadly as follows. 1- Intramural– 75% – myomas (tumor) arise within the myometrial wall-called-intramoral or interasititial. 2- Subserous- 10% of if the tumor grow out wards to wards the peritoneal surface called sub serous 3- Submucous- 15% covered only by thin endrometrium. It is not only uterus but also arise from the round ligament, the uterovarian and uterosecral ligament, fallopian tubes, ovary and other genital organs as cervix vagina, vulva etc. only 1-4% cases of myomas grow primarily in the cervix .

Homeopathic Treatment – The Safe And Sure Cure of Uterine Fibroids

Unlike Allopathic Treatment, Homeopathic Treatment is without SURGERY and has absolutely no side effects. Homeopathic Treatment cures Myoma / Uterine Fibroids / Tumors without the need for any kind of surgery, operation and that too within a period of about 1-4 months through Homeopathic Medicines. Homeopathic Treatment is 100% Safe, Sure and without any side effects. Don’t waste any more time, Consult Now and live life happily !!!!! With an experience of over 18 years in Homeopathic Treatments, Dr Narendra Kumar has a success ratio of over 90% in dissolving various types of Uterine Myomas/Tumors through his Homeopathic Medicines.