Fibroid’s and feeling Isolated

Fibroid’s can cause a woman to be bed ridden depending on the size, location and the type of fibroids that a woman has. One of the many things that I have learned while living with fibroid’s and the issue of blood is; you will oftentimes find yourself feeling angry, sad, depressed, bitter, and frustrated. Living with fibroid’s can be very ignoring and debilitating. There is so much shame that comes with living with fibroids or the issue of blood. There are no true facts as to where fibroids comes from, currently there are a lot of theory but no real facts. However, there are studies that are being done to see where fibroids come from. However, I am a firm believer that it comes from the foods that we eat along with the chemicals that we put on our bodies. Food for thought; how does something just grow inside of you or just appear inside of you? Fibroid’s just like most diseases need a incubator to grow. It happens over a period of time. With our current food issue; of GMO, it’s no wonder why women, and people are having so many health issues. (GMOs) Genetically Modified Organisms.

Until next time,

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Author: womenwithopulencefibroids

Many women live in constant pain, shame or humiliation of living with fibroids or the issue of blood. There are thousands of women who are living with fibroids. We want to take the shame away from living with fibroids. Most women find that joining a support group and talking to other women who have fibroids helps them come to terms with their condition. Join us while we share some of our personal experiences while living with fibroids. You are welcome to share your personal experience of living with fibroids or your experience of having a hysterectomy and the healing process. We meet once a month and we have two different times where you can attend. Many women live in constant pain, shame or humiliation of living with fibroids or the issue of blood. There are thousands of women who are living with fibroids. We want to take the shame away from living with fibroids. Most women find that joining a support group and talking to other women who have fibroids helps them come to terms with their condition. Join us while we share some of our personal experiences while living with fibroids. You are welcome to share your personal experience of living with fibroids or your experience of having a hysterectomy and the healing process. We meet once a month and we have two different times where you can attend. https://www.amazon.com/Issue-Blood-Living-Fibroids/dp/099774510X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499835018&sr=8-1&keywords=blood+fibroids.

2 thoughts on “Fibroid’s and feeling Isolated”

  1. And sometimes, you don’t even know you have fibroids. For me, I used to have serious indigestion problems especially when I’ve not eaten. I got oedema, back ache issues, excessive bleeding during my menses that would go on for a week then dizziness after completion of menses. But now, I’m free of that after going through a successful myomectomy. Anyway, your articles on fibroids are amazing. Kudos

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