Uterine Fibroids/ Cysts Treatment
Uterine fibroids, also known as leiomyomata, are one of the most common benign tumours that develop in the muscular wall of the uterus. No one knows for sure what causes fibroids, which affects one out of every four females.
Holistic medical practitioners believe that prolonged disturbances that create hormonal imbalance may be the root cause of this condition. As fibroids generally shrink after menopause, it is suspected that estrogen levels may play a key role in its formation.
Some fibroids exist in the body without any symptoms. Others can lead to lower abdominal pain or pressure, heavy menstrual bleeding, long periods, excessive vaginal discharge, infertility, miscarriages, anemia, frequent urination, bladder irritation, bladder infection, indigestion and constipation.
Fibroids can grow inside as well as around the uterus. There are four different types of fibroids and most fibroid conditions include at least two of these types:
* Grows on the outer wall of the uterus
* Common cause of an enlarged uterus
* Causes pain in the back and/or groin area
* Potential risk of kidney damage due to pressure on the ureters
* Grows inside the uterine cavity
* Causes severe abdominal cramps similar to childbirth
* Associated with major bleeding problems often leading to anaemia
* Grows within the uterine wall
* May develop towards the outside of the uterus or grow inwards to the inside wall.
* Causes symptoms similar to other types of fibroids
* Fibroid is attached to the uterus by a stalk
* Can either be a subserous or submucosal fibroid
* Causes severe abdominal pain if the stalk is twisted
Uterine fibroids are known to affect more African-American women than Caucasians and Asians. Women who are overweight, of childbearing age and those who have not given birth are at a higher risk of developing fibroids.
Conventional treatments for fibroids often include drugs or invasive medical procedures such as hysterectomy, myomectomy, endometrial ablation and uterine embolization (UFE).
An ovarian cyst is a growth on the ovary that looks like a small balloon, often filled with air or fluid. Depending on its position, it exerts pressure on either side of the lower abdomen. Ovarian cysts can be painful and cause other symptoms similar to uterine fibroids, such as painful periods and excessive bleeding.
Hormonal imbalance is deemed to be one of the main causes of ovarian cysts, caused mainly by:
- Increased use of birth control pills
- Excessive consumption of hormone-infused foods eg. commercial meat, milk
- Unhealthy diet comprising excessive processed foods
- Negative emotions eg. stress, anxiety, fear
- An overburdened, toxic-laden liver
Medical practitioners often recommend surgery for the removal of ovarian cysts.
Bioresonance therapy offers a glimpse of hope for women who prefer a non-invasive treatment approach. Instead of treating the symptoms, Bioresonance therapy works on treating the underlying cause – hormonal imbalance.
The emphasis is on regulating and rebalancing the hormonal system, thereby resulting in a natural reduction of the fibroids and cysts.
Unlike conventional treatment, Bioresonance treatment is painless, drug-free and without side effects. Don’t let uterine fibroids or ovarian cysts rob you of your quality of life. Give us a call today at 6362-5655 or 8118-1199.