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Help with Fibroids and Endometritis

Posted Oct 12 2009 10:01pm
Fibroids and Endometritis

Fibroids and Endometritis

I am 32 years old and having uterine fibroid of size 3.5cm.and polycyst in both my ovaries.

I have endometritis as well. I have painful mensuration as well as painful white discharge. Kindly suggest remedies for this. Thanks!

Answer:

Hi Sharon -

Uterine fibroids, cysts in ovaries and painful menses are all related to hormone imbalance.

Painful white discharge should be looked at by your Gynecologist or Primary care physician - and soon.

Regarding the fibroids, Myomin has shown clinical benefit to reduce uterine fibroids.

Ultra EPA/DHA helps reduce inflammation which is linked to fibroid formation, painful menses and endometriosis pain.

OptiGyn is a formula that is designed especially for women. OptiGyn is a multivitamin, menstrual support formula and liver support formula all in one. I have used OptiGyn clinically for many women with outstanding results. Take as directed on the bottle. The pills are quite large which is the only drawback - but the end results make it worth it.

OptiGyn may help regulate your menses, reduce the pain, reduce the cysts and the endometriosis.

Endometriosis is known to be linked to low vitamin E, selenium, and folate levels. Consider adding these nutrients to your daily routine.

Selenium and Folate are naturally high in asparagus. Asparagus Extract is an effective and easy way to obtain these nutrients:

Vitamin C is always recommended when abnormal tissue formation exists. Vitamin C deficiency has shown tissue formation to be erratic and excessive. It is least expensive and easiest to take in powder form. Consider taking 2 grams of Vitamin C every 3 hours or as comfortable to you. The motto is take it when you can. You may find Vitamin C in buffered form here:

Vitamin E is best when one takes all forms. This is called mixed tocopherals. 400 IU per day is an effective starting dose. You may likely notice decreased menstrual pain while taking Vitamin E. You may find Vitamin E with mixed tocopherals here:

I recommend that you ask your gynecologist to order a Female Hormone Panel along with the Estrogen Fractionation to determine which hormones are so imbalanced. The lab testing also allows you a method of monitoring success. This way you know if the supplementation and lifestyle changes are benefiting you.

Eat as many leafy greens as you can along with beets, cabbage, onions, garlic, asparagus and artichokes. These are excellent for your liver and will help process excessive estrogens.

Order a thyroid test as well. Low iodine levels are associated with polycystic ovarian disorder along with numerous other related conditions. I highly recommend evaluating your iodine status.

You may find Liquid Iodine here. Simply start by taking the daily recommended amount on the label:

Read more about Iodine and PCOS and other conditions

Should you have further questions, please do ask.

Do let me know also how you are doing in 1 month. I am confident you will begin noticing results.

Don’t forget to make an appointment to get the discharge identified.

In health,
Dr Ben

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