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Adenomyosis vs uterine fibroids


By On 25/02/2020

Uterine health is supported, first, due to the level of hormones and good immunity. When this immunity begins to fail and the level of the hormone called estrogen increase it gives rise to several abnormalities in the uterus.  Adenomyosis is one of these abnormalities. 

What is adenomyosis? 

Adenomyosis is one of benign systemic disorders, which is characterized by the fact that endometrial cells multiply beyond the borders of the uterine mucosa. At the same time, the new location of endometrial cells is not only the genitals (both external and internal), but also other organs and systems of the body, including the gastrointestinal tract, urinary and bronchopulmonary systems.


What are the best home remedies for adenomyosis?


1. African tisane for adenomyosis 

Our herbal tea contains plants that reduce the estrogen level in the blood. This helps block the proliferation and bleeding of adenomyosis lesions. These herbal medicines are rich in antioxidants that inhibit the enzymes that lead to pro-inflammatory prostaglandins. These are nutrients with a high anti-inflammatory dose. This will definitively end the pain you experience during your period. We know that many of you have had adenomyosis treated or operated on, but the pain returned years later. Don't panic ladies! With us, no recurrence, no side effects. You are going to cure adenomyosis permanently. This natural herbal tea also facilitates cell multiplications relating to fertility, growth, scarring, immunity; to the synthesis and secretion of many hormones. Thanks to these medicinal plants, you will avoid miscarriages. It’s the secret of nature to cure adenomyosis and get pregnant quickly.
Our natural remedy to treat adenomyosis very often gives positive results and acts significantly on the reduction of pain experienced. It has an efficiency rate of 98%.

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2. Castor oil

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Castor oil is a very effective natural remedy against adenomyosis. Castor oil stimulates the regular detoxification of old blood. Castor oil helps reduce inflammation and pain while working with the body's natural detoxification systems to reduce the growth of foreign tissue, scar tissue, and adhesion formation.


How to use castor oil against adenomyosis? You have two options. 


a- Place a cloth soaked in castor oil on the lower abdomen to improve circulation and promote healing of tissues and organs under the skin. Do this twice a day

b- Apply a little castor oil to your lower abdomen. Place a bottle of hot water on your abdomen and leave it for about 15 to 20 minutes.

Do this twice a day.


3. Stone oil 

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This is a unique component in the fight against adenomyosis, as it helps to increase immunity, normalizes the function of the thyroid gland, whose work is often the cause of gynecological diseases.

To prepare a solution of 5g. Stone oil should be dissolved in 3l boiled water at room temperature, let it brew for 2 days, take 1 cup 3 times a day before meals.


4. Hirudotherapy

This is believed to be the most effective way to treat uterine adenoma. But, again, without consulting a doctor, you can not resort to it. When leeches are planted on the patient’s body, on a sore spot. Leeches with their bites stimulate the lymph nodes. Immunity is strengthened, in addition, blood flow is normalized and hormones enter the reproductive system in the right amount.


5. Fertility massage

A fertility massage may be one of the easiest and most effective ways to improve your uterine health, which is essential if you have adenomyosis. This massage can be done in the comfort and privacy of your own home. It can promote reproductive health, the menstrual cycle and your fertility. This type of massage can also help you to promote the healing of adenomyosis, thus reducing pain and inflammation. It also helps to eliminate old blood. Fertility Massage can also help to maintain the health of the muscles of the uterus, which are strongly affected by adenomyomas.

Instructions for use:

  • Mix six drops of lavender oil with a teaspoon of coconut oil.
  • Massage the mixture on your abdomen for about 2 minutes.
  • Leave it on for one night or at least 30 to 40 minutes before rinsing.

How often should you do this?

Do it once or twice a day, especially when you have your period but not when pregnant. 



What are the possible causes of adenomyosis?

There are a sufficiently large number of theories trying to explain the appearance and mechanism of the development of adenomyosis, but the causes of the disease in most cases remain difficult to explain.

Although there are a few assumptions about the occurrence of this female disease: Some of which are

  • Changes in the hormonal background are observed in some patients with adenomyosis: "insensitivity" to the action of progesterone, LUF syndrome and others. The thyroid gland, ovaries affect the hormonal background of a woman, therefore, any violations in these organs can lead to disease, but the state of the hormonal background is not always an accurate indicator of the disease.
  • Imbalance in the immune system.
  • Pathology in the intercellular reactions of the body.
  • The most recognized implantation theory, the main influencing factor of which is “retrograde menstruation” - when, menstrual flow moves for some reason back through the fallopian tubes and enter the peritoneum and other organs - is not suitable for adenomyosis, because it develops inside the body of the uterus, and not outside it.

These are theories that are trying to explain with scientific criteria what exactly affects uterine adenomyosis, which is its root cause and impetus for its development, but there are obvious provocative factors that are observed in patients:

  • Genetic predisposition to tumor diseases of the genitals.
  • Overweight, hypertension, gastrointestinal diseases, allergies, susceptibility to infectious diseases.
  • Frequent gynecological diseases (inflammatory, external endometriosis and others).
  • A history of periodic surgical interventions on the uterus: curettage, abortion.
  • Ectopic pregnancy. Hormonal medication, the use of intrauterine devices.
  • Other pathologies of the uterus (fibroid, cervical erosion). 


What are the symptoms of adenomyosis? 

Symptoms of adenomyosis will not always manifest due to the fact that internal endometriosis may not be in active form and the appearance of symptoms may be at the initial stage of the disease, only a doctor can detect the first degree of this pathology.

Typical symptoms of adenomyosis:

Pain in the lower abdomen, which develops into chronic pelvic pain. 

  • Uterine bleeding, before and after menstruation - a small amount of brown discharge is constantly observed with adenomyosis, the duration of which can be 7 days or more.
  • Menstrual irregularities: an increase in duration, severe soreness and profusion.
  • Decreased hemoglobin.
  • Infertility.
  • Regardless of the menstrual cycle, pain can occur during an intimate relationship. 


Is it dangerous to have an enlarged uterus?

Having an enlarged uterus can be a concern depending on its cause. If it's not pregnancy then it could be due to inflammation of the vaginal mucosa which was left untreated. This inflammation can cause pain during sexual intercourse.

Is adenomyosis cancerous?

Adenomyosis is rarely cancerous. Indeed, there is less than a 1% chance that adenomyosis will turn out to be cancerous. In about 99% of cases, adenomyosis is non-cancerous.

Can adenomyosis cause infertility?

Some studies suggest that adenomyosis is a cause of infertility. However, we need more research to come to a formal conclusion.

Can you get pregnant if you have adenomyosis?

Although the risk of double miscarriage in women with adenomyosis is high, symptom management can help with conception.


Naturally, the prevention of any disease is a correct and healthy lifestyle. Adenomyosis is often a companion to modern business women who lead an overly active lifestyle and often experience severe psychological overload. Based on this, a number of rules can be distinguished, following which will allow you to avoid the appearance of adenomyosis:

  • Undergo regular examinations by a gynecologist.
  • Pay attention to your health and well-being.
  • Learn to avoid stressful situations and find time to relax and rest.
  • Avoid excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays.


Is there medical treatment for adenomyosis?

The treatment of adenomyosis must be individualized and will mainly depend on the severity of the symptoms (mild, moderate, severe), gestational desire and the age of the patient.

Initially, symptomatic relief is sought by pharmacological methods. To do this, they are administered:

  • Analgesics (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)
  • Hormonal contraceptives
  • Danazol (anti-estrogens)
  • Gonadotropin hormone (GnRH) release analogs

In most patients, these treatments are enough to end the symptomatology of the disease. However, many of them are incompatible with pregnancy.

If pharmacological methods fail or if pregnancy is sought, surgical treatment may be indicated, depending on the size and extent of the lesions. It involves removing adenomyotic tissue and rebuilding the uterine wall.

If symptoms do not go away with these commented methods, the only completely effective treatment for ending deep adenomyosis is to surgically remove the uterus (hysterectomy). Before making this decision, it will be necessary to assess the patient's desire for reproduction and whether he is far from menopause, because, as we have indicated, the symptoms disappear after this one.



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