Systemic Enzyme Therapy – All Natural Approach to Dissolve Uterine Fibroids
Even tough a hysterectomy is one of the most common operations performed in the United States, and some physicians feel it's the best option to treat uterine fibroids; it certainly is not the first option a woman should consider. If you are not familiar with use of Systemic Enzyme Therapy, then this article is for you!
Trying to find the best approach in dealing with your recent diagnoses of uterine fibroid tumors is quite daunting. I know women who have researched the internet for weeks looking at information to make an informed decision, and come away more confused then when they started. There are so many types of fibroid tumors, so many different symptoms and just as many treatment options. The whole process is overwhelming. And it sees like everyone has an opinion on what you should do.
In the vast majority of cases, if your fibroids are not causing you terrible discomfort, then watchful waiting is a great option. "Watchful waiting" is a phrase doctors use that refers to just monitoring the presence and growth of your uterine fibroids. A majority of women with fibroids will not have them change at all from the time they first discovered them, for the rest of their life. And so, having just found them does not indicate that there's any real present problem. You'll need to just keep an eye on them to detect if there is a change that would cause some concern and the majority of time, nothing changes. So when there are no problems or symptoms, waiting watchfully is quite appropriate.
However, that's not the case for many less fortunately women who have many of the symptoms and are dealing with all the terrible symptoms:
- Heavy periods accompanied by anemia
- Bleeding and unusual discharge between periods
- Abdominal pain, swelling and discomfort
- Back pain
- Severe anemia
- Bladder issues
- Painful intercourse
- Mood swings
What is Systemic Enzyme Therapy and how will it make a difference? Systemic Enzyme Therapy is an all natural holistic approach that gets to the cause of the fibroids tumors and then gradually and naturally dissolves them.
Systemic enzyme blends provide a combination of proteolytic (protein digesting) enzymes that have fibrinolytic activity. Simply this means that they can help break down fibrin in the body. Uterine fibroid tumors are made of fibrin along with inflamed smooth muscle tissue, and generally they contain pockets of estrogen. I have worked with clients and health care practitioners over the past 4 years years over their fibroids with the use of a special blend of enzymes that is formulated with serrapeptase and other very specifically selected protein eating enzymes that make it the number one choice for fibroids.