We have written about this case more than 2 times in less than one month on our Facebook fan page (https://www.facebook.com/planbwellness?fref=nf, yet people still continue to ask more and more questions about it. Yea, it is understandable. we understand the fact that a lot of women are interested in this topic. If you did not know, please get it clear today that more than 30million women in Nigeria have one type of fibroid or the other.
Below is a question from our Facebook fan page that caught our attention. It was asked by one of our readers. Though, we have directed her to our other write-ups on Fibroid but we still feel we need to revisit this issue as more and more people continue to ask questions on it on a daily basis.
‘’please I have been operated on fibroid before, and now doctor has confirmed It again that I still have fibroid in my stomach, what Do I do because I don’t want to go for operation again?’’
Here is another one;
You see, if we tell people to be careful with surgery as a solution to fibroid, it is for their own good. A lot of women lose their lives daily to fibroid surgery. A lot of other women get affected by other health challenges that eventually affect their fertility due to fibroid surgery. Some have gotten their uterus removed. Some have gotten their womb damaged, and so on.
If you undergo surgery to remove fibroid, there is no guarantee that the fibroid will not grow again as in the cases reported above. Whatever happens to the pain they went through. Whatever happens to the money they spent.
Important Information About Fibroids
Over 30million Nigerian women suffer from one type of Fibroid or the other.
Uterine fibroids are benign tumours, which grow from the muscle layers of the womb. They are the most common benign tumours in female.
Fibroids cause symptoms in about 25% of white and 50% of black women.
Statistical measure shows that 20% of women develop fibroids by the time they reach menopause.
In rare cases, fibroids can turn cancerous.
Having a family member with fibroids increases the risk.
If a woman’s mother had fibroids, her risk of having them is about three times higher than the average.
Fibroids become more common as women age, especially during the 30s, 40s and 50s. After menopause, fibroids usually shrink. Women who are obese are at higher risk of having fibroids.
Warning; not all fibroids have symptoms. The symptoms depend on the size, location, number and the pathological findings.
There may also be pain during intercourse depending on the location of the fibroids. During pregnancy they maybe the cause of:
• Premature labour, or interference with the position of the fetus.
Will it not be a wise option to go for the kind of treatment that will not only remove fibroid, but also take care of the underlining causes of fibroid growth in the first place?
If you are serious about getting rid of fibroid the most natural way, there is hope for you. The one that does not require surgery or chemical drug. This option does not have any negative side effect. If you are ready for it, you can get the Fibroid Remedy Kit.
The Fibroid Remedy Kit offers an holistic form of fibroid treatment and contains 100% natural health products that are NAFDAC and ISO9000 certified which are guaranteed to help you get rid of fibroid, no matter the size or type of fibroid it is. What will only differ is the time it takes for the treatment due to deference in sizes and types of fibroid from one person to another. But one thing that is sure is that the fibroid will be gotten rid of without any negative side effect.
Don’t risk your health further. Don’t risk your reproductive system due to fibroid surgery or any concoction. Go for something natural that will not cause more problems for you, go for the Fibroid Remedy Kit.
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