When menstrual endometrium flakes, blood enters the muscle membrane, causing severe pain. Traditional medicine encourages treat such pain is not steroid anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen, etc., but leaves unaddressed, that the basis of this phenomenon is hormonal imbalance. The predominance of estrogen encourages the uterus to grow, and without the monthly balancing effect of progesterone uterus does not receive a signal to stop growth. In some women, this leads to an increase in the uterus that begins to put pressure on adjacent organs, the bladder (the front) or the rectum (back), and often causes discomfort and heavy bleeding during menstruation. In other cases, the prevalence of estrogen leads to the appearance of fibroids – the solid, fibrous benign tumors that grow into the uterus. During menopause, the fibroids are always reduced in size, however, doctors usually recommend that patients with fibromyoma removal of the uterus.
If you have been diagnosed uterine fibroids and offer to remove the uterus, do not rush to go under the knife, maybe you have another choice. But that's a topic for the next item, but now let's look at how to avoid the appearance of uterine fibroids. We have already explained, that uterine fibroids is due to hormonal imbalance, so that begs the very simple conclusion: If you avoid the hormonal imbalance that can be prevented and occurrence of uterine fibroids. Of course, this is not so just do as it seems. In the cities a bad environment, food quality is poor, many new-fangled diets not only help to improve health, but conversely, destroy it.
Even high-quality sanitary towels can find no means always. Many women have to work hard to provide yourself and your family a decent living, to the detriment of proper rest and sleep. But, still following the its common sense you can establish good nutrition, you can take the necessary vitamins, although this is difficult, but you can find quality towels, you can not abuse alcohol and drugs. Need time to treat even the most simple diseases such as acute respiratory infections and influenza. All this enables you to reduce the risk of uterine fibroids to a minimum. Dr. oa Nazartseva