What Every Woman Should Know !

“There’s nothing more important than our good health – that’s our principal capital asset.” Arlen Specter

Do you know that 1 out of every 3 women develop Fibroid at some point in their life?

Do you know that Fibroid develops more frequently in women of African – Caribbean origin?

Do you know that Fibroid is also thought to occur more often in overweight women?

Do you know having a family member with Fibroid increases your risk of having it significantly?

Fibroids are non-cancerous muscular tumors that grow in or around the wall of the uterus (womb).

Fibroid can grow as a single tumor or many; can be as small as a coin or as big as a melon.

The main types of Fibroid s  are those which develop in the muscle wall of the womb (Intramural Fibroid) or

those that develop outside the wall and can become very large (Subserosal Fibroids) and

those that develop in the muscle layer beneath the womb’s inner lining and grow into the cavity of the womb (Submucosal Fibroids)

Many women are unaware they have Fibroid s because they don’t have any symptoms.

However for those who do have symptoms, common ones are:

• Heavy or Painful Periods

• Abdominal Pain and Constipationfibroid

• Lower Back Pain

• Frequent need to urinate

• Pain or Discomfort during sex

The exact cause of Fibroid  is unknown but they have been linked to hormonal control of Estrogen, which is a female reproductive hormone produced by the ovaries.

They develop from age 16 – 50 in most women when Estrogen levels are at the highest and shrink when they are low.

Though Fibroids are of different sizes and location, some testimonies have emerged showing relief from Fibroid complications like heavy/painful menstruation, low back pain as well as shrinking Fibroids.

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