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Cellular Medicine and Uterine Fibroids

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If you suffer from painful menstruation, pelvic pain, or bleeding between periods, this is a good reason to see your doctor and check whether you have developed fibroids in the uterus. Fibroids can occur at any age starting from late teens, and approximately 20-50 percent of women aged 18-50 get diagnosed with them. However, by some estimates as much as 70-80 percent of women in this age group remain undiagnosed. The best protection against developing and also in managing uterine fibroids is by applying effective and safe measures that support the body in fighting them.

The risk of developing uterine fibroids can be significantly reduced using natural approaches that don’t involve going under the knife, cutting off the blood supply in your arteries, or going into medical menopause. A good diet supplemented with the proper nutrients, as well as a healthy lifestyle, plays a major role in the prevention of fibroids in all women and especially those at a higher risk of developing them.

In the brochure below we explain what uterine fibroids are, how they are diagnosed, what their most common risk factors are, and how they can be prevented and managed naturally.


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