Serrapeptase Destroyed My Uterine Fibroids

When diagnosed with uterine fibroids, my doctor was very reassuring, but I was uncomfortable because of the risk of ovarian cancer. Most fibroids, however, are benign, but a small percentage can be cancerous. My doctor suggested treatment options including surgery, but I was apprehensive. Fortunately, I found a non-evasive natural remedy that I found to be very effective in my case.

First of all, if you are not familiar with uterine fibroids, they are swellings or tumors in the walls of the uterus. In many cases, fibroids are not a problem and often women are not even aware of them until they have their routine examination. They are present in at least 20 percent of women over the age of 30. Usually, several uterine fibroids are present, rather than just one.

Heavier periods can occur and very occasionally an individual fibroid can cause a firm swelling in the lower part of the abdomen. The fibroid may press on the bladder causing frequent urination or incontinence. In extremely rare cases fibroids can require removal by surgery. Doctors recommended regular examinations to monitor the fibroids, but in most cases, fibroids shrink and disappear after the menopause.

Serrapeptase is a natural product extracted from the intestines of a silkworm. It is unique enzyme because it destroys non-living tissue, arterial plaque, blood clots, and cysts. It is also used to treat all forms of inflammation. For over twenty-five years Doctors throughout Europe and Asia, prescribe this enzyme for many conditions. Serrapeptase has no documented side effects. For myself and others, Serrapeptase has been helpful in shrinking fibroids. For more information, visit http://www.Serrapeptase.org.