Fibroids: Signs and Symptoms
Fibroids are common in women during the reproductive years occurring in more than 30% of women. Following menopause the tumors tend to shrink.
Fibroids are often asymptomatic until they grow large enough to be palpated. Abnormal bleeding such as heavy menstrual bleeding may be an indicator of fibroid development.
Large tumors may cause pressure on adjacent structures, leading to urinary frequency or constipation and a heavy sensation in the lower abdomen. Large fibroids may interfere with implantation of the fertilized ovum or the course of the pregnancy.
Recommended products and Usage
Use the Full Body Detox tea for 21 days followed by the Fibroids Relief Tea for 6 months.
DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR LACTATING
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