I am a 49-year-old female, and I have a uterine fibroid. I have had heavy bleeding for two or three months. What to do? What medicines can I take? Is it curable without surgery? Please advise. I am taking Kanchanar Guggulu for ten days.
The heavy bleeding may be due to the fibroidand menopausal symptoms. Hence, we need to treat fibroid and hormonal imbalances. For your condition, I suggest you try taking the following medicines. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and start taking the medicines after their consent.
Tablet Aloes compound (Kumari, Hirabol, Jeevanthi) two tablets thrice a day.
Capsule Rasagandhi Mezhugu (Parada, Gandhakam, Vidanga), one tablet twice a day.
Tablet Chitramoola Kuligai (Leadwort, Carom seeds, Palm jaggery) one tablet twice a day.
You need to continue these drugs for three months. Within one week, the bleeding will stop. Then gradually, the uterine fibroid will be reduced in size. After few more months, your uterus will become normal. If you can collect or buy the bark of jambul tree, crush 1.79 oz of the bark with 10 fl oz of water. Boil in mild flame, and reduce it to 1.67 fl oz. Then drink it. This should be consumed in the morning and evening on an empty stomach. This has the potential to stop the excess bleeding. Use banana flowers in cooking. It is also good to control uterine bleeding.
Another option is using hormones given by a gynecologist, but that should be your last option. This drug gives only symptomatic relief, it does not reduce the fibroid uterus size.
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