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No Surgery, No Drugs: How I Healed My Uterine Fibroids the Holistic Way

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  1. Kiki Hunter says:

    Awesome info! Thank you.

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  2. Wish I knew about this yrs ago, doc removed up to 15 of them bad boys‍♀️ the things women go through

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    1. Joy Williams says:

      I had over25 removed in a botched surgery that resulted in me having a stroke. There are still a few left in there

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    2. Anonymous says:

      I had 16 my first surgery and 32 my second surgery. All to turn around and have polyps grow in its place earlier this year. The things we go through 🤦🏾‍♀️

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    3. Joy Williams says:

      Eureka Thank you so much, and thank you for writing this article. The information in it will be really helpful for many , I hope. I definitely will share it. The myomectimy also resulted in me not being able to have kids because I was so afraid of having another stroke that I never went back to have the scar tissue removed. I’m 43 years old so it was a little late for me anyway. The good newss I already incorporated some of the lifestyle changes you talk about in your article. I lost over 60 pounds and I live a much more active lifestyle. My biggest fear is that the tumors that were left will grow or they will multiply but with the information in your article I won’t have to worry anymore. Thank you❤

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    4. I definitely understand your fear. Praise God for your healing! Please tell as many women as possible about alternative solutions. Because God designed our beautiful bodies to heal itself.

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  3. Thank you for this. Going to the dr today to talk about my ultrasound results & my options for removing the fibroids

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  4. Yea I have fibroids and I hate it. I have them everywhere I was told by my doctor that my best option would be a histerectomy. I wanted more children but I was also told that wouldn’t be a good option for me

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    1. You can get a laparoscopic myomectomy! This procedure in minimal invasive. I got this done in March.

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    2. i asked my doctor about that she said i had to have my utererus removed. A friend of mine got this done as well. I just need a second opinion

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    3. Tee Horsey says:

      Definitely get a second opinion. One of my doctor’s only offered me the option to have a hysterectomy after he basically terrified me with the thought of bleeding out during a myomectomy. I saw a fertility specialist who performed the myomectomy and never even mentioned a hysterectomy

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    4. thats how my doctor described it said that a myomectomy wasnt a good option for me because I have so many fibroids

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  5. Make sure you get a biopsy first!!! How are you going to cure something that you haven’t tested first!!!!!!

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  6. Seana Marie says:

    Crazy that u posted about this. I’ve been recently looking into this after an interview I listened to on The Breakfast Club. I was diagnosed w fibroids. Was told i have a few, but that continuing on bc would keep them controlled. Found out my gyn lied to me. Estrogen feeds fibroids- bc is synthetic hormones and ESTROGEN!! If I get off the bc then I become anemic again. Don’t know what to do.

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    1. Seana Marie says:

      It does. I’ve decided that plant based is my only option. I can’t see whats going on in there and I’m having to trust someone (my obgyn) who isn’t being forthright w me. I have a lot of research to do on foods that will be best. Thank you! 💕

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    2. Maybe increasing iron intake and copper iud with no estrogen can help.

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  7. Black women need to stop relaxing their hair. There’s no need with all the hair on sale? Relaxers are directly linked to fibroids…

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    1. I really believe this…I had issues with fibroids and had a myomectomy in September 2011, that was the happened to also be last year I got a perm. Thankfully they didn’t come back. I didn’t even change my diet (because at the time I didn’t understand the correlation) so I definitely think the perm chemicals were feeding them.

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  8. I’d love to know the age of the writer of this article for context. I’m 28 years old, struggling with Fibroids, and I’m finding I️t hard to find women in my age group who have dealt with this or who are currently dealing with this.

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    1. I’m 31 and have been struggling with them now for four years.

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    2. I was 26 when i was told i have them. 27 now.

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    3. Dealt with it 🙋🏾‍♀️ I had a myomectomy at 22 due to fibroids. I was suffering in silence for about 2 years then the bleeding became unbearable, went to the doctor and had surgery 3 weeks after my diagnosis

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    4. Molly Dahl says:

      I’ve had them since I was 22(along with PCOS that was diagnosed at 14)

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    5. Molly Dahl says:

      I’ve recently been using a more holistic approach to treating EVERYTHING. And my goodness, it’s helped tremendously in the last few months

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    6. what type of treatment options have been offered to you? And please don’t feel obligated to share, I understand that this topic can be private for some of us. Thanks for any insight you can provide.

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    7. omg! Thank you for sharing! I was suffering in silence as well. I thought that painful and heavy periods were MY normal until I️t was unbearable. If you don’t mind me asking, how have you been since having surgery? I had a myomectomy on Oct. 19 and I’m still recovering.

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    8. thank you so much for this! I had surgery a few weeks ago and as I’m recovering I know I want to explore more holistic treatments moving forward.

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    9. Zama Shinga says:

      I am 27, living in South Africa suffering with them too.
      I was diagnosed in January and surgery is most definitely not top of my list but it mentally breaks you from time to time.

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    10. Molly Dahl says:

      Use coconut oil! If you’re regular enough to at least have an idea of when it’ll start, start about a day or two before. Melt down one teaspoon 3x a day and drink it (I put in juice at room temp) do this through the duration and notice the length/flow of your cycle will decrease.

      Also, if you haven’t tried it already VSTEAM the company I get mine from is black owned . There’s a girl I think in Atlanta that sells them too (I want to say her company is called the cookie jar, also black owned) but she sells out QUICK.

      http://ultimatebodytox.com/product/v-steam/

      These doctors been lying to us. The majority of what we going through is this food with all the chemicals and these meds they put us in, again with ALL THESE CHEMICALS.

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    11. Molly Dahl says:

      My fibroids shrank tremendously after about 3 uses.

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    12. Hello ladies! I’m 38 now. At the time I wrote the blog post I was 36 turning 37. Hope my article sparks the conversation about the seriousness of our health and non surgical options. Love and light ladies! ✨💞

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    13. I believe I had them since my early 20’s. Because my menstrual cycle was heavy for years. And that’s an indication of fibroids too. But there is hope and you are at a stage where you can decrease if not eliminate them!

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    14. When I was diagnose it had been at least five years since I had gotten a relaxer and seven years since I stop birth control. So when I found out I was so confused to why but understood that those chemicals still had been in me at once. Things haven’t gotten better so now the doctor is saying surgery is my only option. My most concern is them returning and being even worse than now.

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  9. Cash Greene says:

    This article is right on time. I’m scheduled to have surgery next month. I am going to try these methods until then. It’s amazing how many women suffer from uterine fibroids, yet there is so little to no information available to us on how to shrink them naturally.

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  10. I changed my diet and pushed more cardio into my workout routine, cycle went from 7 days to 4..no cramps, little bloat.

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  11. The castor oil link won’t open for me. Can anyone elaborate on the benefits of Castor oil packs on fibroids??

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  12. Adjua Gibb says:

    African American woman is the largest ethnic group that suffers from uterine fibroids and a lot of the things that they consume or apply on their bodies is linked to it .

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  13. KN Xander says:

    I had 3. Almost had to get a hysterectomy after having my daughter but she figured something else out instead

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  14. I did all that and still got the surgery. I think stressing about the health issue was my culprit . Healing has to all be in align: mind, body and soul ‍♀️.

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    1. I can agree from personal experience that Stress is a major culprit!

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    2. I completely agree. Stress is a major culprit in feeding the fibroids. Our precious womb can feel everything!

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    3. Eureka Yesssss I felt like such a failure when I didn’t heal myself holistically. I couldn’t stop thinking about the tumors ugh 😩.

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  15. The active ingredient in green tea has also been shown to shrink fibroids. The study showed 11 cups daily was effective, but that much caffeine is not good for fibroids, so try to drink decaf tea.

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  16. I hade 12 pounds of fibroids removed in August! Thank God for my miracle surgeon!

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  17. I currently have one the size of a baby 36 weeks… I don’t want to have the surgery but I feel like it’s too late to try to shrink it

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  18. Thank you so much for sharing this article with us. I love your articles and learn a lot from them. Thank you again and many blessings to you Necole 🙂

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  19. Eshe Faizah says:

    Detoxing your womb on a regular basis, I believe can stop the pandemic growth of Fibroids in our bodies..this is cleaning out your Womb, so that the toxins from your Emotions, Your Hormone-laden food and enviroment will not collect in your womb. Most of us either believe that our cycle keeps our wombs clean or we think we are fine as long as we have not symptoms. Not true. http://www.herbsistah.com

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  20. Ms. Dorcas says:

    Thank you so much. My daughter follows you and sent me this article. I’ll be 53 in January,and have been asking both my gyn and primary doctors what’s going on with me. Sad thing is I have a black female primary just for these reasons. So much for that. Not knocking my sisters, just saying, “Speak up. We look up and trust you for a reason”. Maybe that’s too much pressire, I don’t know. But I havd been experiencing everything you stayed for at least three or more years. Just found a new gyn and she didnt say the simple stuff. But sent me for the ultrasound,and yes, there they were uterine fiobroids. Now to go back to my new, younger, gyn and see if I get the same advice. Forever Grateful,
    Starting Today,
    Ms. Dorcas

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