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junevarn
Friday, September 22, 2006, 4:28am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi all,

I want to know if anyone has had success in shrinking uterine fibroids, especially TYpe A. I have some cramping, but not as bad as I used to have since I take anti-inflammatory oils like fish oil and evening primrose. I am 50 years old and have not gone through menopause yet.

I also had breast cysts but those seem to have gone with a change in diet and getting rid of intestinal infections.

Thanks so much,
June
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Hi June,

In addition to the BTD info Lola referenced above, you may benefit from looking into my experience w/ Neprinol including in the thread linked below.



http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?,v=display,b=pres,m=1158697221    Much success to you.


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Thank you for your responses.  I will find out more about neprinol, I need to make sure the enzymes aren't made from mold or I will have a terrible reaction.  I am extremely sensitive to mold and yeast.  

Wouldn't taking Bromelain inself,(which I just ordered), help as well? I am decreasing my intake of animal protein to only once daily per BTD guidelines as well. I did ok with buckwheat today for breakfast and had a lentil stew for dinner.

It also seems that polyamines are implicated and I just ordered proberry caps which should also help.

Also would it be helpful to take deflect?

Thak you for your help,
June  
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Thank you all.

I will research Neprinol to make sure that none of the enzymes are made from aspergillus fermentation or I will have a terrible reaction. I also saw something calles Vitalzyme for fibroids. Anyone have experience with that?

Wouldn't Bromelain help? I just ordered that as well as proberry caps which helps with polyamines.

Thanks for your help,
June  
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Sorry for the duplicate post, I didn't think the first one went through.
June
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Hola Lola, yo había leído esos links, pero me queda una duda ? , la Capsella o Shepherd's Purse que se recomienda para los fibromas en los AB -en el primer link- luego la veo en varios libros como 'avoid' para AB??????

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A homeopath I go to recommends castor oil packs for fibroids, ovarian cysts and uterine polyps.

You can google castor oil packs but basicly it is a piece of white cotton flannel, folded 2 or 3 times soaked in castor oil and placed on lower abdomen from pubic bone to lower ribs. Cover this with a sheet of plastic and apply heat. Leave on for 1 hour. You can do this everyday for 4-6 weeks an see if it helps. You may not want to do this during your period it may cause a heavier flow.
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My sister consulted a classical homeopath and had success shrinking her fibroids.
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   ooo please NHG...tell us what did he prescribed

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Tomatilla it wouldn't do any good to say because as you probably know classical homeopathy is suited to each individual person.  That same homeopath could very well choose a different remedy for you than for my sister and each of you would have good results.
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I have heard of Vitex (Chaste Tree) being used to prevent and/or shrink fibroids and benign cysts.  This is something I've never tested or researched, but check out the google sites:

I was unable to cut and paste the link.  Try entering Vitex chaste tree fibroids into Google.  A lot of sites come up.



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thanks NHG yup ya right...this is the *essence* of homeopathic work forgot it...ok going back to my sepia-thingy

@ Victoria...grazie too, I'll have an eye into this too


for myselve...hm tried everything (not chasted berry or tree )but everything würrged but not worked for me now I am on since months
and try it to shrink mentally ....with 49 the wish for children should be fullfilled or gone...so far I don't need that feeling anymore to be +"*ç%&/()=?'^` by    my partner...what Louise Hay's wants to tell me in her booklet. But ladies what helps really tremendiously against such pains when getting pains in that area...and all dearles I am not crazy or something similar but put a carneol  into your navel for some hours fix it and wait what will happen; I guarant ya that within minutes pains will be better, within an hour.....just gone....................no joke at all

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Hola Lola, yo había leído esos links, pero me queda una duda ? , la Capsella o Shepherd's Purse que se recomienda para los fibromas en los AB -en el primer link- luego la veo en varios libros como 'avoid' para AB??????

gracias


Lola me conseguiste información sobre esta planta , será avoid ????????


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en cuales libros la ves como avoid?
y en donde se recomienda para fibromas en AB?

tienes la enciclopedia a la mano?

http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/ask/archives/00000293.htm
no hay mención de que sea contraproducente en ABs.

aqui la recomienda ampliamente en ABs:
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/ask/archives/00000291.htm


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Ooo Tomatilla, what is a "carneol"?  I just brought some vitex-chaste berry for what I believe are fibroid problems.
Also am 49, soon to be 50.....this is a good thread, great links from Lola!

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http://www.beckenbauerfoerster.de/edelsteine/carneol.html
carneol is a semiprecious stone........
right Isa'lein? )


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grazie Lolabärchen but that's not all they can do, they are real  painkillers
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Lola creo que lo vi avoid en libro de Alergia y Fatigue !!!!!!!
no me la tomé por eso, porque vi esa contradicción....!!!! pero en pregunta al Dr D. él la recomienda junto con la clorofila en los links que pusiste al principio de este tema...


gracias por tu ayuda eres un gran apoyo !!!!


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a tus ordenes!


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en cuales libros la ves como avoid?
y en donde se recomienda para fibromas en AB?

tienes la enciclopedia a la mano?

http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/ask/archives/00000293.htm
no hay mención de que sea contraproducente en ABs.

aqui la recomienda ampliamente en ABs:
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/ask/archives/00000291.htm


Ahora lo estoy confirmando  'avoid' en el libro Fatigue and Alergias

Isa dou you know:
 Is Shepherd's Purse avoid or beneficial for AB? because I find avoid in Fatigue and Alergies Book  but in the link said that is beneficial for uterine fibroids


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check the menopause book........might be different there.


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also Shepherd's purse is avoid in 'aging book'.......?????????????????????
but I do'nt have Menopause book


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also an avoid in the menopause book.......(


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So, what dou you think ??? it will be ok Shepherd's purse for AB or not ??????


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