Cysts and Fibroids 120 Capsules

Cysts and Fibroids 120 Capsules

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Our natural herbal supplement assists the body to prevent and shrink ovarian cysts and fibroids in both males and females, by activating the body’s natural healing abilities. These natural ingredients work in different ways to alleviate the symptoms and growth of cysts, fibroids, and fistulas while supporting the body’s innate ability to heal and for overall well-being.

This supplement contains ingredients that can help with the natural healing process for fistulas, possibly promoting their closure and reducing symptoms. This supplement works to manage and overcome these health challenges.

CYSTS: Cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can form in various body tissues. They come in different types, with ovarian and sebaceous cysts being two common examples.

Ovarian Cysts: These cysts develop in the ovaries, part of the female reproductive system.

Sebaceous Cysts: These form under the skin, often due to blocked sebaceous (oil) glands.

Causes:

Ovarian cysts can result from hormonal imbalances, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or endometriosis. A blocked sebaceous gland typically causes sebaceous cysts.

Dangers:

Rupture of ovarian cysts can cause severe pain and, in some cases, lead to infections. While sebaceous cysts are generally non-threatening, they can become inflamed or infected, causing discomfort.

FIBROIDS: Fibroids, or uterine leiomyomas, are non-cancerous growths and occur in the muscular wall of the uterus. They come in different types based on their location within the uterine wall.

Intramural Fibroids: Grow within the uterine wall and are the most common type.

Submucosal Fibroids: Develop beneath the uterine lining.

Subserosal Fibroids: Form outside the uterus’s outer layer.

Causes:

The exact cause of fibroids is unknown, but hormonal factors, genetic predisposition, and certain growth factors are believed to play a role.

Dangers:

Fibroids can cause heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, and, in some cases, fertility issues. Submucosal fibroids may lead to irregular menstrual bleeding and infertility.

FISTULAS: Fistulas are abnormal passages or connections and forms between two structures in the body, often involving the urinary or gastrointestinal tracts.

Obstetric Fistulas: These occur as a result of complications during childbirth, leading to abnormal connections between the bladder and the vagina or rectum.

Gastrointestinal Fistulas: Can develop because of conditions like Crohn’s disease, connecting the intestines to adjacent structures.

Causes:

Obstetric fistulas result from prolonged and obstructed labour during childbirth. Gastrointestinal fistulas are often caused by inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) or surgical complications.

Dangers:

Obstetric fistulas lead to chronic urinary or faecal incontinence, social stigma, and infections. Gastrointestinal fistulas cause malabsorption of nutrients and chronic infection.

Understanding the types, causes, and dangers of cysts, fibroids, and fistulas is crucial for early diagnosis and effective management of these conditions, especially in women’s health and gynaecology.

Our natural herbal supplement assists the body to prevent and shrink ovarian cysts and fibroids in both males and females, by activating the body’s natural healing abilities. These natural ingredients work in different ways to alleviate the symptoms and growth of cysts, fibroids, and fistulas while supporting the body’s innate ability to heal and for overall well-being.

This supplement contains ingredients that can help with the natural healing process for fistulas, possibly promoting their closure and reducing symptoms. This supplement works to manage and overcome these health challenges.

CYSTS: Cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can form in various body tissues. They come in different types, with ovarian and sebaceous cysts being two common examples.

Ovarian Cysts: These cysts develop in the ovaries, part of the female reproductive system.

Sebaceous Cysts: These form under the skin, often due to blocked sebaceous (oil) glands.

Causes:

Ovarian cysts can result from hormonal imbalances, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or endometriosis. A blocked sebaceous gland typically causes sebaceous cysts.

Dangers:

Rupture of ovarian cysts can cause severe pain and, in some cases, lead to infections. While sebaceous cysts are generally non-threatening, they can become inflamed or infected, causing discomfort.

FIBROIDS: Fibroids, or uterine leiomyomas, are non-cancerous growths and occur in the muscular wall of the uterus. They come in different types based on their location within the uterine wall.

Intramural Fibroids: Grow within the uterine wall and are the most common type.

Submucosal Fibroids: Develop beneath the uterine lining.

Subserosal Fibroids: Form outside the uterus’s outer layer.

Causes:

The exact cause of fibroids is unknown, but hormonal factors, genetic predisposition, and certain growth factors are believed to play a role.

Dangers:

Fibroids can cause heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, and, in some cases, fertility issues. Submucosal fibroids may lead to irregular menstrual bleeding and infertility.

FISTULAS: Fistulas are abnormal passages or connections and forms between two structures in the body, often involving the urinary or gastrointestinal tracts.

Obstetric Fistulas: These occur as a result of complications during childbirth, leading to abnormal connections between the bladder and the vagina or rectum.

Gastrointestinal Fistulas: Can develop because of conditions like Crohn’s disease, connecting the intestines to adjacent structures.

Causes:

Obstetric fistulas result from prolonged and obstructed labour during childbirth. Gastrointestinal fistulas are often caused by inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) or surgical complications.

Dangers:

Obstetric fistulas lead to chronic urinary or faecal incontinence, social stigma, and infections. Gastrointestinal fistulas cause malabsorption of nutrients and chronic infection.

Understanding the types, causes, and dangers of cysts, fibroids, and fistulas is crucial for early diagnosis and effective management of these conditions, especially in women’s health and gynaecology.

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