Eradicate Uterine Fibroids

Eradicate Uterine Fibroids-How Natural Progesterone Cream Can Help

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Schematic drawing of various types of uterine fibroids: a=subserosal fibroids, b=intramural fibroids, c=submucosal fibroid, d=pedunculated fibroids, e=fibroid in statu nascendi, f=fibroid of the broad ligament
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Uterine fibroids are growths that develop within the inside of the uterus.

In some rather rare cases, fibroids can also grow in other areas of the abdomen, predominantly near the cervix.

The big issue with  uterine fibroids is not their dangerousness as such as  most are benign.

It is about how they affect women’s general health.

And, by the same token, they can also have many other detrimental effects on most areas of women’s lives.

Fibroids, their causes and recurrences are still baffling scientists to this day.

Despite the ongoing medical research as well as the several forms of treatments fibroids are a complicated condition.

Around 10% of women throughout the world suffer from this condition. Women over 50 years old do seem to be more prone to it than younger ones.

This said, any woman of childbearing age can at some point in their life develop these uterine growths.

Not all women affected will develop the same symptoms. There are still a few key signs and symptoms that can help identify whether you are developing uterine fibroids or not.

Signs and Symptoms of Uterine Fibroids

The main symptoms you should be looking for if you suspect fibroids are amongst others;

heavy periods

pelvic pain especially during sexual intercourse

difficulties emptying your bladder

change in the urination frequency

constipation and back (especially lower back pain).

In most cases, the pain experienced is rather dull. The growths can suddenly enlarge and start putting some pressure on the nearby organs. The pain felt will be very acute. This is also very often the result of the fibroid outgrowing its blood supply.

Sudden acute pain should be taken seriously,a trip to your local hospital is needed.

Get the pain stabilised and get the cause thoroughly investigated.

Initial investigation will usually involve having an ultrasound scan.

The way Doctors treat uterine fibroids probably falls into the same category as ovarian cysts.


Doctors first treat the symptoms instead of addressing the real causes.

Initially the may try tranexamic acid for severe blood loss causing anaemia. The hormone oestrogen, gnrh agonists, gonadotropin releasing hormone, and others can also be used.

Alleviating the symptoms doesn’t solve the problem. Contrary to popular belief, they don’t go away on their own.

Depending on the type, there are many types, treatment should be adapted specifically

If the earlier, less invasive treatments fail, endometrial ablation or uterine artery embolization can be tried.

Unfortunately fibroids can grow back later on but the patient will most certainly get some relief for a while.

In the case of a very large fibroid for instance, surgical removal under general anaesthetic is usually necessary to remove the fibroid.

In many cases a full hysterectomy is recommended to the patient.

Now, as the title of this article suggests, we want to take a closer look at NatPro. This leading brand of organic natural progesterone cream is helping more and more women eradicate their fibroids safely.

The actual concept behind natural progesterone cream is very simple.

It is acknowledged that fibroids are caused by a hormone imbalance.

More particularly depleted levels of the progesterone hormone which is essential for a woman’s reproductive system to function.

Supplementing Progesterone Hormone Levels

Supplementing progesterone hormone is safe and easy despite what most women assume.

The subject of “hormones” can be confusing. Unless you’re an expert in this field, it can be hard to know which effects a lack of a particular hormone can have on a person’s body.

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Natpro 100% Organic Natural Progesterone Cream

The natural progesterone cream we offer is 100% natural. No synthetic chemicals are used.

More importantly, it’s bio-identical. Your biological system will receive, store and use it as if it had been produced by your own body. This means no side effects.

The second advantage of using natural progesterone cream to get rid of fibroids naturally is its unique efficiency.

Fibroid sufferers who have been using NatPro have seen their symptoms go away within a matter of months.

NatPro natural progesterone cream works long term because its main purpose is to restore a natural hormonal balance so that there is little to no chance for the uterine growth to take root and develop.

Women using natural progesterone to re-balance their hormonal system to avoid getting all kinds of uterine growth. They are making the right choice and not simply treating or covering up the symptoms.

Natural Progesterone Cream is No Painkiller But…

NatPro doesn’t act as a painkiller even though its effects on the symptoms are similar to those of painkillers.

Instead, with its ability to re balance your whole endocrine system, progesterone cream offers a long term cure for uterine fibroids sufferers.

It will also help in preventing fibrotic tissue from developing in the first place as previously mentioned.

Using a cream that contains no additive or synthetic chemical is absolutely necessary if you want to get the best results. NatPro offers just that.

The endocrine system is extremely fragile and making sure you’re not loading up your biological system with more toxins is the golden rule.

Natural progesterone therapy needs to be used for at least 3 months before the full effects are seen.

Use average daily dosage is between 150 to 250 mg of progesterone per day depending on the severity of the symptoms.

It’s always best to start with a dosage of 150mg per day for a few weeks and adjust accordingly.

Some women with severe symptoms prefer to use as much as 250mg a day to start with and then reduce as the symptoms fade away.

If you have uterine fibroids why not try Natural Progesterone.