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A natural remedy for menstrual pain that is proven to work: Omega 3s

Period Pain? One Study Discovered A Natural Solution That Works.

Period pain is a common visitor during women’s monthly menstrual cycles. Cramping in particular can leave some women bed ridden and others struggling to get through the day. If you are facing menstrual cramping, pain meds might feel like the…

UFE improves fertility

Can Uterine Fibroid Embolization Improve Fertility? One Study Suggests It Might.

What if you could have your uterine fibroids treated and improve your chances of getting pregnant at the same time? One study, conducted in Portugal and published in the magazine Radiology, suggests you can. Fertility and UFE The study focused on…

Suffering From Symptoms of Fibroids? One Study Suggests You Might Not Need a Hysterectomy

Hysterectomies, the surgical removal of the uterus, are used to treat a wide variety of issues, from symptoms of fibroids to endometriosis to cancer. But a hysterectomy marks the end of a woman’s fertility. Also, like any major surgeries, come…

UFE is a safe and effective alternative to hysterectomy

Safe and Effective Alternative to Hysterectomy

Women have a hysterectomy alternative for uterine fibroid relief.  Hysterectomies prevalent In the past, uterine fibroids were more than just an intrusive and painful condition. They often led to the loss of fertility because the most common of the fibroid procedures…

Can Statin Drugs Prevent Fibroids? One Study Says Maybe

The class of drugs known as statins may help prevent uterine fibroids and fibroid pain. It is estimated that up to 70 percent of white women and 90 percent of black women will suffer from uterine fibroids by the time they are…

Can Eating Saturated Fat Reduce the Risk of Uterine Fibroids?

Fat, especially saturated fat, is the nutrient we seem to have a love-hate relationship with. Eating a high-fat diet has been linked to increased levels of estrogen within the body—which is then thought to influence the risk of uterine fibroids.…

Snacking For Health: Tips and Snacks to Prevent Fibroids

Snacking isn’t usually considered a healthy practice, thanks to the number of high-fat, high-sugar foods typically consumed between meals. But one study indicates that the right kind of snacking can not only prevent obesity but also prevent the onset of…

Inactivity and Fibroids: How a Sedentary Lifestyle Could Be Putting You at Risk

In today’s day and age, relaxation is equated to sitting still. For example, spending time on a smartphone, watching television, taking a nap, or reading a book are common methods of enjoying downtime. In addition, many people’s work is also…

African American Women and Fibroids: 6 Risk Factors

African American women are three times more likely to suffer from uterine fibroids than other demographics. Significantly, by the age of 50, 80-90 percent of African American women will have developed fibroids, as opposed to 70 percent of Caucasian women.[iii]…