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Fibroids are the most common type of pelvic tumor. Though these tumors are benign (non-cancerous), they are linked to a host of other health issues, ranging from general discomfort to infertility. These tumors most commonly attack the uterus, in which there constant growth strains the uterine cavity. Listed below are the five types of uterine fibroids:
Intramural: These are the most common type of fibroid, developing within the uterine wall, making the uterus feel generally larger.
Subserous: These fibroids grow on the outside of the uterus and grow outward.
Submucous: These fibroids develop under the lining of the uterine cavity. Submucosal fibroids are most commonly linked to heavy menstruation, miscarriage and infertility.
Pedunculated: Some fibroids grow on stalks (called peduncles) that grow out from the surface of the uterus, or into the cavity of the uterus.
Intracavitary: These Fibroids grow on the most inner section of the uterous. While these do not grow within the uterine wall, they linked to a number of serious health risks.
WHO SUFFERS FROM FIBROIDS? It is estimated that as many as 30% of women between the ages of 30 and 50 will suffer from fibroids. Though this number is large, many women never develop symtoms, and therefore never know they have fibroids. Research indicates that fibroids typically occur in women of child bearing ages. African American women are shown to be at higher risk for developing fibroids, as well as developing them at a younger age. While obesity is shown to increase chances of fibroids, those who have given birth appear to be at a lower risk.
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE FIBROIDS? -heavy bleeding or painful periods -bleeding between periods -feeling of fullness in the pelvic area (lower abdomen) -urinating often -pain during sex -lower back pain
Dual Approaches to Uterine Health Until recently, fibroids were almost exclusively treated through a hysterectomy, an invasive and painful surgery. Alternative breakthroughs in medicine, now give women more hope then ever before. Scientists are beginning to understand that most fibroids are caused by hormonal imbalance, and that the key to shrinking these fibroids is controlling hormones. A cost effective way to maintain healthy estrogen levels is to supplement Brevail by Lignan Research and DIM (Diindolylmethane) by Food Science of Vermont. The effects of both supplements is almost immediate. Within one week of taking Brevail and DIM, lignan levels equal or slightly exceed those in women who have demonstrated a high degree of hormonal balance.
Most exciting of these alternatives is the systemic enzyme formula, Neprinol AFD, by Arthur Andrew Medical. Neprinol does not address hormonal imbalance, however, these enzymes are designed to address the fibroids tumors themselves. The most potent pharmaceutical grade systemic enzyme on the market, Neprinol, works by getting into the bloodstream while the enzymes go to work, breaking up fibrin deposits, and naturally helping to reduce fibroid size. Many women currently taking Neprinol for fibroids and endometriosis have found that the addition of Lignans, DIM and progesterone has drastically improved the reduction rate of the tumors. It is important to "gang up" on uterine fibroids with a number of therapies. We currently offer products to help you with all of these needs. HOW DOES NEPRINOL WORK? Neprinol contains proteolytic (protein digesting) enzymes as its active ingredients. The serrapeptase contained in Neprinol is a powerful proteolytic enzyme. Fibroid tumors are made up of proteins in the form of fibrin, muscle cells, and red blood cells. Neprinol can may help break down the excess fibrin within the fibroid. By including Brevail and/or DIM may be able to achieve the hormonal balance needed within your body to keep fibroids from growing back.
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