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Fibroid Uterine My Story

“Hi my name is Claire, and I would like to share my experience of how I got diagnosed with Uterine Fibroids and how I struggled to finally get rid of it.

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My experience is not very different from what other women who suffered or are suffering from uterine fibroids  have. I am sharing my experience with you because I do not want you to go through the trauma I faced and directly get its most appropriate treatment.

I never had much time to worry about my health because I was no less than a workaholic. But the summer of 2008 changed my life for once and for all. That day, I experienced immense pain in my lower abs and mistook it as a menstrual pain. Because the pain was so excruciating and agonizing, I thought not to take it lightly and immediately fixed an appointment with my GP for the same day.

She asked me to first undergo some tests before coming to any conclusion about my condition. After evaluating the reports she confirmed that the reason behind that excruciating pain is Uterine Fibroids.  I had never heard about Fibroids uterine before so she tried to explain to me what it was. She explained that with time fibroids can naturally get cured on its own or another option is to get under the knife and undergo a surgery.

I was 100% sure that I wouldn’t undertake any surgery and decided to find other cures or let it heal with time.

But as my condition severed, I started getting irregular periods, had to pee a lot, and was nearly unable to have sex. All this and anxiety made my life worse and I wasn’t able to relish the delicacies of human life.

One day when the pain nearly “killed” me and the pain killers would do anything to relief it; I had to take the day off work. Then I had a lot of time to surfing on the net. I Google “Fibroid Uterine; and a lot of info came up. It was overwhelming and satisfying to know that I am not the only person who is suffering from this and there are definitely many cures for this trouble.

I continued my research online and I came across so many products that promised to heal my problem as soon as possible. But one website caught my attention and convinced me to ultimately follow what it’s trying to see or convey.  I decided to check it out closer and I never regret that decision! The instruction was very clear and easy to follow. It only took a week before most of my pain was gone!

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The website I am talking about is Amanda Leto’s (a Nutrition Specialist, Health Consultant, And Medical Researcher) Fibroids Miracle. The Fibroids Miracle is a 100% natural, safe, and powerful treatment that permanently eliminates the ROOT cause of Uterine Fibroids.

Four weeks after starting on Amanda’s system, I went to my GP to get an ultrasound done, and it clearly showed that the fibroids had shirked to about 70%!

I couldn’t believe it. I gave my GP a big hug and ran home to tell my husband. After another three weeks the fibroids were completely gone, and I got pregnant just 6 months after without any problems.

I can’t thank Amanda enough for all the help she gave me, and for giving my life back.

If you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Excruciating periods
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Frequent or uncomfortable urination
  • Feeling of fullness or pressure in the lower abdomen
  • Strong pelvic pain
  • Strong backache
  • Pain when having sex

Contact your GP for an appointment. If she diagnoses that you are having fibroids uterine then please visit Amanda’s website and learn all about her 3 step system, on how to remove your uterine fibroids in less than two months.

And of course if you already know you got uterine fibroids; please have a look at Amanda’s Website now!

You will never regret it, I promise. All the best, Claire

Go Here To Download The Fibroids Miracle eBook From The Official Site


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Uterine Fibroids Facts You Should Know Video

Fibroid uterine growths which are also referred to as leiomyoma or myomaare are non-cancerous growths that are found on the uterus.  These growths often appear within the uterus or along the uterus wall.

They can grow as a single tumor or as a cluster.  Many women are affected by fibroid uterine!  To learn more about these tumors, see the below:


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What are Fibroid Uterine?

Fibroid Uterine are tumors which grow from cells forming the muscle of the uterus (womb). Uterine fibroids, which are also called leiomyoma or myoma of the uterus, can grow on the uterine wall and push out into the bladder, bowel or intestine. They can also grow within the uterine wall, or even project from the wall of the uterus on a narrow stalk into the uterine cavity.

Fibroids can be as small as a pea or as large as a football and are almost always benign, no matter how large they get.

What Causes Fibroids Uterine?

While there is much we don’t know about fibroids, we do know that each individual fibroid starts from a single cell growing abnormally (mutation). These cells overproduce large amounts of collagen and other proteins. Recently, other gene mutations have been discovered in fibroid cells that alter the cell’s growth. There may also be environmental causes, as yet undetermined, that stimulate fibroid uterine growth. It is important to realize that there is no evidence that fibroids turn into cancer. Fibroids are benign from the beginning and remain benign.

We do know that the female hormones estrogen and progesterone are necessary for fibroids uterine to grow, but growth of a fibroid requires a complex interaction of estrogen, progesterone, and cell growth factors. Fibroids do not occur before puberty when estrogen and progesterone production begins, and fibroids shrink after menopause when hormone production drastically decreases. Studies are now under way to try to determine how fibroids start and what influences their growth.

Fibroids uterine usually do not develop until between ages twenty-five and thirty-five. You might expect that women with fibroids are making too much estrogen or progesterone, however the levels of these hormones in the blood are absolutely normal. But, fibroids have enzymes that convert androgens (male hormones made by the ovary and the adrenal gland) into estrogens within the fibroid cells, so the fibroid cells actually contain higher levels of estrogen than the rest of the body. Fibroids are also very sensitive to progesterone and appear to thrive during the time of the menstrual cycle when progesterone levels are highest.

Special proteins found in the bloodstream, called growth factors, are produced by cells in the body and stimulate fibroid growth. Some of the identified fibroid-related growth factors (which sound like a virtual alphabet soup) are transforming growth factor-B (TGF-B), basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF), epidermal growth factor (EGF), platelet derived growth factor (PDGF), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), insulin-like growth factor (IGF) and prolactin (PRL). Some of these growth factors encourage cell growth and others encourage blood vessel growth to feed the fibroids. Unfortunately, we still do not understand which of these proteins are important.

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