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fibriods and estrogen

 
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11/23/2012 06:30 AM
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fibriods and estrogen
do fibriods thrive on estrogen and at what levels
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11/23/2012 06:40 AM
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come on u guys wheres the knowledge
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11/23/2012 11:44 AM
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Re: fibriods and estrogen
My wife had fibriods that grew extensively during her pregnancy. Although interestngly, she had no pain or post delivery bleeding/hermoragh.

My non-medical understanding is that the pregnancy hormone can induce fibriod growth, together with increased blood flow.

But in general fibriods seem to be a mystery to medical science, and are treated as simply standard, as a large propotion of women are subject to them.
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11/23/2012 11:47 AM

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Mine have shrunk, they were really big (self-diagnosed).

I read they are caused by a deficiency of Vitamin E, don't know if the E helped but I took more than I was taking before.

Iodine is key I think. Get Lugol's solution by J.Crow from Swanson Vitamins online.

Progesterone cream, Source Naturals is the brand I use.

I did all of the above plus a bunch of other stuff and they shrank.

who knows though maybe they would have shrunk as I progressed through menopause, don't know.

They were really bad and causing me a lot of problems, but I never went to the doctor.
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