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Fabroids:Why you need to treat your fibroids



How to treat fibroid naturally


How to treat fibroid naturally

Fibroid are abnormal growth that are seen in a woman’s uterus. Sometimes the fibroid becomes excessively large and cause severe abdominal pain and heavy periods, In other cases, they might cause no signs and symptoms at all. The growth are typically benign (none cancerous).




This form appears to be the most common amongst others. They appear in the muscular wall of the uterus. They may grow larger and can stretch your uterus


This takes itsi form on the outside of your uterus. They may grow large enough to make your womb appear bigger on one side


This is when a subserosal fibroid develop a slender stem that supports the fibroid


These types develop in the middle muscular or myometrium of your uterus. This is the type that would cause very heavy bleed. And difficulty trying to conceive.


How to treat fibroid naturally

It is unclear what actually causes fibroids. But factors are said to ignite or influence it. According to report,fibroid is mostly dominant among Africa women.


Ectrogen and progesterone are the hormones found in female which is produced by the ovaries. They cause the uterine lining to regenerate during each menstrual cycle and may stimulate the growth of fibroid.



Fibroids May be present in a family if your mother , sister or grandmother has a history, You May develop it as well.


30 years or older

OBESITY: A high body weight.


Symptoms depends on the number of fibroids, their location and size. For instance submucosal fibroids May cause heavy menstrual bleeding and trouble conceiving, heavy bleeding between or during monthly periods that include blood clots.
Pain in the pelvis , increased Menstrual cramping, increased urination, pain during intercourse, pressure or fullness in your lower abdomen, swelling or enlargement of the abdomen.
Note that if your fibroid is small and you are going through Menopause, you may not have any symptoms. Fibroid shrink during Menopause because of the drop in the levels of estrogen and progesterone which are the hormones that stimulate their growth.

Fibroids aren’t cancerous or life threatening, but they can sometimes cause complications and health problems.

Doctors don’t know exactly what causes fibroids. Having overweight or obesity increases your risk, as does having low levels of some types of nutrient.

Fibroid is something present in every woman,almost 80 percent of women have fibroids in their lifetime. This condition may also be genetic.

Fibroids can cause symptoms and complications such as:

Heavy pain,heavy menstrual bleeding,constipation,anemia,difficulty in getting pregnant,series of miscarriages.
However, only 20 to 50% of women with fibroids have symptoms. In most cases, treatment isn’t needed. Your doctor may recommend waiting and watching to see if the fibroids go away on their own.

Foods can’t really treat or prevent fibroids. In situations were your food fails, your daily diet and lifestyle may play a role in reducing your risk. Diet can help balance hormones that may trigger these growths. Certain foods may also help ease fibroid symptoms.

Diet and lifestyle changes to lower risk
There are a number of changes you can make that might help reduce your risk for fibroids.

A Mediterranean diet is one way to do this. Research shows that eating these foods regularly may help lower your risk for fibroids. On the other hand, eating beef, ham, lamb, and other red meat may raise your risk.

Cut back on alcohol Drinking any type of alcohol may increase your risk for fibroids. This can happen because alcohol raises the level of hormones needed for fibroids to grow. Alcohol may also trigger inflammation.

Study found that women who drinks alcohol increased their risk by more than 50 percent. Avoid or limit alcohol to help reduce your risk.



Estrogen is a hormone important for healthy fertility in both women and men. However, too much estrogen can increase your risk for fibroids or make them worse.

Many treatments for fibroids work by lowering estrogen levels. Other ways to balance estrogen levels include:


Obesity and excess weight increase the risk for fibroids. Fat cells make more estrogen, so losing weight may help prevent or slow the growth of fibroids.

Avoiding hormone-disrupting chemicals. Natural and synthetic chemicals can throw off your endocrine balance, raising estrogen levels. These chemicals can leach into your body through skin and food. Avoid or limit coming into contact with chemicals found in:Fertilizers,pesticides,plastics such as BPA,nonstick coatings on cook ware,fire retardants,dyes,paints.

Blood pressure plays a vital role in the general well being of every individual. Try these tips:

(1) Avoid adding salt to your food,use flavor food with herbs and other spices instead.
(2) Limit high-sodium processed and packaged foods.
(3) Always ensure to check your blood pressure daily with a home monitor.
(4) Exercise regularly.
(5) Lose weight, especially around the waist.
(6) Avoid or limit alcohol.
(7) Increase potassium by eating a majority of plants at each meal.
(8) Quit smoking and avoid secondhand smoke.
(9) If you have high blood pressure, take medication as prescribed.
(10) Always ensure you see your doctor for regular checkups.
(11) Get enough vitamin D

NOTE: Vitamin D may help reduce your risk of fibroids by almost 32 percent trusted Source. Your body makes this “sunshine vitamin” naturally when your skin’s exposed to sunlight. If you have darker skin or live in cooler climates, you’re more likely to be deficient.

Supplements can help raise your levels, along with foods such as:

egg yolks,fortified milk, cheese, and dairy products,fortified cereals,fortified orange juice,fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel,cod liver oil etc.

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13 years of marriage with a child,3 failed IVF broken by the peoples doctor



The peoples doctor medical center celebrate

The peoples doctor medical center celebrate

13 years of marriage with a child,3 failed IVF broken by the peoples doctor

The peoples doctors medical center in deep celebration after a patient put to bed

After 13 years in marriage with 3 failed IVF, and bilateral blocked tubes (both tubes blocked) a certain woman in Lagos state finally got pregnant and just delivered not too long ago….

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Her sad story started turning around for good when she met the people’s doctor on Instagram

A female Nigerian doctor who’s gifted by God with all it takes to make those who are trying to conceive, get pregnant and welcome their babies..

I happen to know her and this whole story, that’s why I’m writing this now and this is something that should be on first page for my fellow Nigerians to see… There are lots of homes that are still looking for their first child… Uncle…. Aunty.. Brother… sister… Let’s leave village people alone, they don’t have any business with your womb or sperm.I got to discover that 99% of families looking for children are not just doing some medical things right and most of them don’t know, they’ll say it’s village people..

Like the people’s doctor would always say, a lot of TTCs(trying to conceive) are still where they are out of IGNORANCE AND THE WRONG DOCTORS THEY MEET. Don’t say I didn’t pass this message, grab this opportunity now…. Follow her on Instagram @
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Brazilian man becomes first person to be ‘cured’ of HIV with drugs alone



Brazilian man becomes first person to be 'cured’ of HIV with drugs alone

Brazilian man becomes first person to be ‘cured’ of HIV with drugs alone

Brazilian man becomes first person to be 'cured’ of HIV with drugs alone

A 35-year-old Brazilian man who has gone into long-term remission after being diagnosed with an accelerated multi-drug regimen of AIDS drugs for less than a year has boosted expectations for a possible breakthrough on Tuesday July 7.
The man who tested HIV positive in 2012 was treated with an antiretroviral therapy or ART base that was boosted with additional antiretrovirals, plus a drug called nicotinamide (a vitamin B3 form).

His increased care was stopped after 48 weeks, and researchers who reported their results at this week’s virtual International Aids Society conference said that the patient has now been without HIV medication for more than 57 weeks and continues to test negative for HIV antibodies.

Dr Ricardo Diaz of the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil, who led the study said he was “trying to wake up the virus” and boost the immune system’s ability to eliminate it once it’s flushed out of hiding.


Diaz said;


“We can’t search the entire body, but by the best evidence, we do not have infected cells.

“I think it’s very promising. This patient might be cured, but it will take more time to know.”


Professor Sharon Lewin, an HIV and infectious diseases expert at the University of Melbourne who was not involved in the research, said the fact that the patient has no antibodies was significant.


She said;


“When someone is infected with a virus they make antibodies. And antibodies don’t budge, even when you’re on treatment and there’s no detectable viral load. But this showed he had no antibodies which is supportive of him being cured.

“It’s interesting, but it’s hard to know how significant it is when it’s just a single case. I’d also like to know what happened to the other patients.”

In the past five years, after undergoing high-risk stem cell bone marrow transplants to treat cancer, only two people known as “Berlin” and “London” patients seem to have been cured of the disease.

Since the AIDS epidemic started in the 1980s more than 75 million people have been infected. The virus also caused 33 million deaths

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Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne heads back into Coronavirus lockdown



Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne heads back into Coronavirus lockdown

Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne heads back into Coronavirus lockdown

Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne heads back into Coronavirus lockdown

Nearly five million Melbourne residents were forced back into another lockdown after Coronavirus cases spiked on Tuesday, July 7, in Australia’s second-largest city.

All in Melbourne will be required to stay home from midnight on Wednesday, July 8, unless they go to work , study, shop for food or attend medical appointments. Restaurants, cafes and bars can only have delivery service, gyms and hair salons are closed, family events are restricted to two persons and the existing school holidays are extended.

Victoria state prime minister Daniel Andrews declared a six-week freeze, saying the virus crisis is over “we can’t pretend.”

After 191 of the 199 new cases recorded nationally on Tuesday were identified by the south-east region, the largest one-day increase since early April, Andrews said there were now too many to track properly, so restrictions were required.

“Those are numbers that are unsustainably high,” he said. “No-one wants to be in this place. I know there will be massive quantities of harm that will be caused because of this.

“We need to be transparent to one another that this is not over,” said Andrews. “And pretending it’s because we just want it to be over isn’t the solution. It’s actually part of the problem. A very big part of the issue.”

The decision was taken hours before it was expected for the first time in a century to close the busy border between Victoria and New South Wales.

Nearly 9,000 cases of COVID-19 and 106 deaths from the virus were reported in Australia.

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