- magnetic therapy
- active balm Bionet externally and internally
- Bionet (Biyovis) tea up to 3 months in a row
- fruit fiber
- vitamin B17
- noni juice
Uterine fibroids (myoma) is a benign nodular tumor that appears in the muscular layer of the uterus.
Most often disease have elevated rates in women of 40-50 years, but in recent years the disease has become much "younger" - nodular neoplasm found in women of 20-30 years.
The development of fibroids associated with hormonal disorders that lead to growth of one or more nodes in the layer of the myometrium. The size of the node value in the weeks as the size of the developing fetus.
Ultrasonic diagnostics allows to detect even the smallest of seals that do not require treatment, but you want to monitor. A sharp increase in the nodes is due to the impaired blood supply, which leads to swelling and necrotic changes. The increase in size may occur due to the increase in cell mass, but such cases are rare.
In the presence of nodes located under the mucous membrane of the uterine cavity, there is heavy bleeding. The process of attachment of embryo in the uterus is disturbed, which is the reason the usual wikidata and infertility.
During menopause most tumors regress, but some reach large sizes, disrupting contractility of the uterus, for which she is not able to stop menstrual bleeding.
Not always the illness somehow manifests itself, it can be asymptomatic when a woman doesn't bother anything and she doesn't go to the doctor. This can lead to a strong growth node and, as a result, the need for surgical intervention