Does cloves shrink fibroid?
Uterine fibroids is a fertility threatening and sometimes a life threatening growth found in the womb.
Many women with fibroids have tried using all sorts of native medicines to shrink it but to no avail.
Recently, i realised that many ladies drink clove water and even douche with clove to shrink their fibroids.
Does clove really melt or shrink fibroids?
This is totally false. Cloves is not the cure your uterine fibroids. Cloves does not shrink uterine fibroids as widely claimed. I have seen women who insert all sort of herbs in their body to shrink fibroids come down with gynaestresia- an acquired condition in which the vaginal loses its opening as result of caustic burns…. This may end up requiring surgery to fix…
Clove is however very good for preventing vagina infections and boosting fertility in both women and men. Cloves boost ovulation and regulate menstruation. Cloves are also added to some preparations used for weight loss. Cloves burns fat too.
A woman with symptomatic fibroids needs surgery, not herbs.
Some things you should know about uterine fibroids;
Uterine fibroids (also called leiomyomas) are growths made up of smooth muscle and connective tissue from the wall of the uterus. These growths are usually not cancerous (benign) but can become cancerous in 1% of women with uterine fibroids.
It remains unclear exactly what causes fibroids. Their development may be linked with the person’s estrogen levels.
During a person’s reproductive years, estrogen and progesterone levels are higher. When estrogen levels are high, especially during pregnancy, fibroids tend to swell.
Low estrogen levels are associated with the shrinkage of fibroids. This can occur during and after menopause. It can also occur when taking certain medications, such as gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists or antagonists.
Genetic factors may also affect the development of fibroids. For example, having a close relative with fibroids is associated with an increased risk of developing them oneself.
There is also a suggestion that red meat, alcohol, and caffeine are associated with an increased risk of fibroids. An increased intake of fruit and vegetables may be linked with a reduced risk.
Overweight and obesity are associated with an increased risk of fibroids.
Childbearing is associated with a lower risk of developing fibroids. The risk reduces each time the person gives birth.
Do the right thing…if you have fibroids, see a doctor.
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