Mima: I have myoma, which bleeds profusely and mine haemoglobin falls. Is it possible to avoid the operation?
Walter Last: The main problem is too much estrogen. Myoma usually disappear after menopause. Whatever you do, do not have a hysterectomy, removal without removing the uterus may be OK but usually not necessary. Avoid any estrogen pills, such as for birth control. Lose weight, avoid or minimise sweet food and cereal or grain products, soy products (except lecithin), milk products except butter.
Good supplements are natural vitamin E 500 to 1000 mg, magnesium, 300 – 500 mg, zinc, selenium, vitamin B6- 50 mg together with a multivitamin or B complex, also fish oil, bioflavonoids, purple berries and juices, cherries good to reduce bleeding. Indole-3-Carbinol (200 mg/day) is a helpful chemical in cabbage, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and broccoli, eat plenty of these.
Natural progesterone can be helpful, especially for smaller myomas. Exercise more. Press the foot relaxes for the uterus under the inside of each ankle. Use hot castor oil packs over the lower abdomen.
For more information see the website and books of Walter Last: www.health-science-spirit.com