Fibroids in Uterus

Fundal Fibroid

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3 out of 4 (75%) women develop a fundal fibroid in their lifetime. A fundus fibroid is a type of fibroid that develops in the fundus, the widest part of the uterus. The condition may not show symptoms at first, but when it does, life could be a torture. Don’t worry; you can perform home treatments to ease the pain and discomfort.

The most relevant symptom of fundal uterine fibroids is painful menstruation periods or dysmenorrhoea. To relieve a patient of the pain, anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs can be administered. Taking a warm bath may also help.

When a patient lies in bed, the discomfort can quickly be replaced by comfort if the legs are elevated. Putting a pillow under the legs at bedtime can boost the blood flow and make the pain go away quickly. Lying on the side is a good idea too.

Herbs and nature are always ready to help. To reduce the size of the fibroids, 2 teaspoons of any citrus fruit can be taken with a glass of water. Chewing garlic and onion may also improve the condition as they are good antioxidants. These home treatments can promote female hormone balance and shrink the fibroid size.

Lastly, exercise. Slight physical activities such as walking or strolling can improve the blood circulation which prevents the further suffering from pain.

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Written by amy

June 21st, 2012 at 4:14 pm