To put an end to fibroids using home and herbal remedies, it will be pertinent to have an insight into the disease.

Fibroids are non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the womb women of child-bearing age. They consist of muscle and fibrous tissue, and vary in size. Also known as uterine myomas or leiomyomas, they could sometimes be asymptomatic, and only discovered during a scan.

Fibroids most times don’t affect ability to get pregnant. But if one has a lot of fibroids or they’re submucosal fibroids, they may affect fertility. Having fibroids doesn’t interfere with ovulation, but submucosal fibroids can make it harder for the uterus to support conception and maintain pregnancy.

Also, the risk of developing complications during pregnancy increases if the fibroids are over 3 cm in size. However, women with fibroids larger than 10 cm can achieve vaginal delivery approximately 70% of the time. The most common problems seen in women with fibroids are:

Cesarean section – The risk of needing a c-section is six times greater for women with fibroids.

Baby is breech – The baby is not positioned well for vaginal delivery, so labor fails to progress.

Placental abruption – The placenta breaks away from the wall of the uterus before delivery. When this happens, the fetus does not get enough oxygen.

Preterm delivery – A birth that occurs before the 37th week of pregnancy.

Though the cause of fibroids is yet to be established, research suggests each tumor develops from an abnormal muscle cell in the uterus and multiplies rapidly when encountering estrogen, which promotes the tumor’s growth.


There are four types of fibroids, and they include;

Subserosal Fibroids
They are located near the outer layer or serosa of the uterus. Because they grow more towards the outside of the uterus, small subserosal fibroids are likely to be assymptomatic. But typical symptoms of subserosal fibroids could include;

  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Pressure onr nearby organs, most commonly the bladder (increased urinary frequency).    

Submucous Fibroids

They grow towards the internal layer or mucosa of the uterus and protrude into the uterine cavity. Even small-sized submucous fibroids come with symptoms like heavy and irregular bleeding.They impact fertility, both by making it difficult to get pregnant or by causing miscarriages.

Intramural Fibroids

They are usually located within the width of the uterine muscle or myometrium. They tend to behave like subserous fibroids, but depending on their size and position, can cause all the usual symptoms associated with fibroidsm , including;

  • Heavy bleeding or extended periods
  • Bleeding between menstrual cycle
  • Infertility and miscarriages
  • Pressure syomtoms

Pedunculated Fibroids
Pedunculated fibroids are attached to the uterine wall by a stalk-like growth called a peduncle. or stem. The main difference between pedunculated fibroids and other fibroids is the stem. These fibroids can grow both inside and outside the uterus.


In the absence of clear-cut causes, let us consider some of the risk factors associated with fibroids;

  • Age 
  • African American race.
  • Obesity.
  • Family history of uterine fibroids.
  • High blood pressure.
  • No history of pregnancy.
  • Vitamin D deficiency.
  • Food additive consumption.


Fibroids are most common in women in their 40s and early 50s. About 70 percent to 80 percent of women develop fibroids at about age 50.  Not all women with fibroids have symptoms, but those who do always find it difficult tl bear.

African American Race

Studies have shown that deficiency of vitamin D plays a significant role in the development of uterine fibroids. This is because vitamin D3 reduces leiomyoma cell proliferation in vitro and leiomyoma tumor growth in in vivo animal models.

African-Americans have lower levels of Vitamin D which likely contributes to their higher risk. 

Nearly a quarter of Black women between 18 and 30 have fibroids compared to about 6% of white women, according to some national estimates. The number increases to 60% by age 35,. Black women are also two to three times more likely to have recurring fibroids or its complications.


Fat cells make more estrogen, and sudden changes in hormones can lead to fibroid growth. Fibroid patients are are usually advised to lose weight because it can help to prevent further fibroid growth.  Having a healthy weight, good diet and regular exercise routine can help prevent them.

High Blood Pressure

Studies suggest that the presence of uterine fibroids is associated with increased blood pressure (BP) level, and the prevalence of hypertension in women with uterine fibroids has been shown to be as high as 40%.  Several studies indicate that women with hypertension have a higher risk for fibroids.

No History Of Pregnancy

 Women who have never been pregnant or have been pregnant two or fewer times are more likely to develop symptomatic fibroids

.Symptoms Of Fibroids

  • Heavy menstrual bleeding.
  • Menstrual periods lasting more than a week.
  • Pelvic pressure or pain.
  • Frequent urination.
  • Difficulty emptying the bladder.
  • Constipation.
  • Backache or leg pains.
  • Abdominal distension/cramps

Herbal Remedies

  • Green tea
  • Chasteberry
  • Isphagula husk
  • Castor oil

Home Remedies

Home remedies may help to manage stress, which can worsen fibroids and your overall health. Try manage fibroids with these tips

  • Yoga and exercise
  • Warm compresses or applying local heat
  • Warm baths
  • Massage therap

But in the event of cronicof cronic fibroids that have defied these remedies, a specially prepared herbal pack is recommended, It has provided solution to many families as it treats the condition from the roots.


This pack removes /shrinks fibroids by;

Balancing the female hormones

Boosting body metabolism which helps in removing the unwanteds like fibroids

Clearing the pelvic region of all possible blockages

Fighting infertiliry