If you aren't doing much to directly support your reproductive system, then please start now.
"...ultrasound evidence shows that >80% of African American women and approximately 70% of white women will have uterine fibroid tumors by age 50" ~Dr. Eltoukhi
Hysterectomies have declined, but 400,000 is still too many!
According to an article by Wright, et.al. in 2013, the number of hysterectomies had reduced from 600,000 in 2002 to 400,000 in 2010.
This is wonderful news.
I have felt this awakening going on where women are becoming more aware of the benefits of a holistic approach to healing.
However, what DISTURBED me the most about this article is the fact that the authors made the conclusion that lowered hysterectomy count wasn't necessarily a good thing.
Because hysterectomy cases had dropped, doctors in training and in residency would have fewer cases to work on!
This kind of sentiment is blanketing the medical and pharmaceutical industry.
More of us should look for natural ways to heal ourselves because their ideal of healing starts with a knife, and that is not ok.
Balancing hormones may seem like a daunting task when there are so many xenoestrogens (chemicals that mimic estrogen) in the environment such as nail polish remover, condoms, and plastics (leaching).
But all it takes is a little work to balance them. You don't have to completely wipe out a "bad hormone".
Bad hormones don't exist, and that's not the way they work. Find out how hormones work, how you can balance them naturally with herbs, and protect yourself.
Find out how hormones work, how you can balance them naturally with herbs, and protect yourself.
The statistics are too alarming to let this issue keep going. I'm begging you to seek help
if you are suffering from reproductive issues because your womb is too important for your overall health and wellbeing to let it succumb to a preventable dis-ease.