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Fibroids & Ovarian cyst

2 months 2 weeks ago #153 by Ant
Fibroids & Ovarian cyst was created by Ant
Hi which salts will you recommend?

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2 months 2 weeks ago - 2 months 2 weeks ago #156 by Alison Effting
Replied by Alison Effting on topic Fibroids & Ovarian cyst
Hi, this question is very complex, as there could be many causative factors or specific histories playing a role.

Fibroids are dense, fibrous muscle tissue growths of the uterus, and generally, anything involving fibrous tissue indicates a need for Kali Mur tissue salt. Sometimes there are factors of pain and inflammation, heavy bleeding, etc., that would require other tissue salts. When hardened or dense growths or lumps arise, Calc Fluor comes to mind. Any connective tissue problems indicate Silicea. Without anything more to go on, I'd suggest a combination like the Beauty Synergy , and add Ferrum Phos or the Arthro Synergy if there is associated inflammation or heavy bleeding.

Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs within the ovaries. Fluids usually intimate Nat Mur if they are watery in content, Calc Phos if they are more albuminous or Kali Mur if they are mucus-like fluids. The Rescue Synergy covers most of those types of consistencies, and the Silicea in it often facilitates them resorbing on their own accord.

Both conditions can be hormone-related, either influenced by contraceptives, fertility treatments, menopause or other pathological factors. These causative factors, if present, should be addressed. It's also essential to keep fibroids or ovarian cysts medically checked so that any dangerous size can be dealt with before other problems arise.
Last edit: 2 months 2 weeks ago by Alison Effting.

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