The New Fibroid Healing Network

Welcome! Please check out this new network for women fighting and healing fibroids. The network is called the Fibroid Alternative Healing Network. The network is created to assist and support women fighting fibroids through knowledge of self, finding peace, reducing stress, information, spirituality, exercise, belief in healing, and support. We share information to improve whole body wellness.
We are strictly a resource and support network for women with fibroids. Please contact a medical doctor for diagnosis, care, treatment, surgery, and excessive pain. We encourage natural healing. We will share information, diet plans, life changes, wellness centers, alternative medicine, herbs, and other tools that we use for healing naturally.

There are no warranties given for the information expressed by the network, through the network, the founder, or any of the participants. All information is from personal experiences and information found through books, internet, and women fighting fibroids. We cannot guarantee healing but we encourage continued research and the support of Eastern medicine. We encourage holistic medicine, herbalists, herbal treatment, acupuncture, and other forms of naturopathy.

Please visit the page on facebook and spread the word. https://www.facebook.com/FibroidHealingNetwork

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One Response to The New Fibroid Healing Network

  1. Pat says:

    I found out I had fibroids in 2009. My Ob/gyn suggested fibroid embolization treatment. I agreed and in March 2010 I went in for the procedure. It turned out there were 5 not 2 fibroids. The largest was 17 centimeters! I was so thankful to have the matter resolved. Then about 2 years ago my Ob/gyn noticed another one. I had an ultrasound and they determined there are at least 3 more fibroids in my uterus and one outside. I thought I’d get another embolization treatment, but my doctor is concerned about the one outside the uterus. She said the procedure would kill it off, but it would be roaming around inside my body, possibly bleeding and that’s not good. So, now we’re looking at a complete hysterectomy. We are to revisit in December (6 mos. later) to decide. It’s already August. I notice pressure in my lower spine and now the lower right side of my buttock. It’s harder to exercise. At least I know I have company. Thank you.

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