Cure for Endometriosis

Supplements
Posted by KENENA (NANAKULI, HAWAII) on 07/07/2009

I've purchased most of the supplements/vitamins recommended for the reduction of cysts & for treating endometriosis, however have run into a view obstacles. i just need clarification on a few matters.

my first question is on alkalization. if i have a water ionizer which produces alkaline water at selected ph levels, could that be used instead of the baking soda & water combination or in conjunction with it?

i also noticed that among the list of supplements are magnesium & magnesium citrate or magnesium chloride. does this mean that both magnesium & citrate or chloride needs to be taken? would it be enough to take the magnesium citrate or chloride?

how about niacin? is it the same as niacinamide or is it a form of niacinamide?

I'm somewhat of a novice at this so i'm trying to educate myself in this whole process, which at times can be a bit overwhelming.

i've had little or no success in finding a couple of things on the list, such as tungsten, disodium edta, molybdenum & molybdenum. any suggestions on where to look for them?

last question - any suggestion on how to take all of these in a day without upsetting your system.

please respond in a timely fashion, as time is of the essence for me.

mahalo for your cooperation

Supplements
Posted by Chantal (Durban, South Africa -kzn-durban) on 02/04/2010

Hi There my name is chantal. i have had endometriosis for the past 8 year. I have had two operations done, i have been on clomid but nothing helped. I have alway dreamed of having a family of my own, but doctor say it's impossible

any advice
thanks
chantal


Supplements
Posted by Lahoma (Bismarck, Mo) on 12/18/2010

How does one "clean" their body of endo? I believe I have some creating a blockage in my colon as my digestive system shuts down and behaves as if it is compacted (only the clear mucus comes out) during my period. Right now I am taking bioidentical progesterone, Mg, and have eliminated many chemicals. Idk what else to do other than eliminate wheat (so what that be a paleo diet???) and my mercury fillings and maybe go back to getting Apple Cider Vinegar every day (I did this up until a couple of yrs ago). (I recently go kicked off of birth control after being on it for 15yrs fro endo due to a blood clot and now, I am having to try to deal with this naturally). Oh, I have also been taking Fibrovan and am going to also try Indole-3-carbinol (I3C). I have also been taking Iodine. Thanks, Lahoma


Supplements
Posted by Gee (Nyc ) on 03/10/2014

Hi, would like to know how did Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) help you?


Supplements
Posted by Becca (Abilene, Tx) on 03/10/2014

If you are taking IC3...change over to the stabilized version called DIM as soon as possible. It is the derivative of IC3 without the volatile molecules contained in IC3. My doctor put me on this 14 years ago. It does elimate cysts and calcium deposits.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Jane Ong (Singapore) on 08/25/2009

2 glasses a day, concentrated? i am having bad problem with endometriosis, seeing a few doctors but was told it will get better after menopause..but the pain is affecting my life day in day out..


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Pam E. (Riverside County, California, USA) on 11/02/2023 130 posts

Jane, you asked Robin:"2 glasses a day, concentrated?"

No...NOT concentrated!

Earlier in the same post, Robin clearly stated:

"I tried ACV w/Baking Soda (2 Tbs. ACV w/ 1/4 tsp baking soda) mixed with a tall glass of water every morning and evening."


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Willow (New York) on 08/10/2011

I have been diagnosed with endometriosis since I was 18yrs. old. I have taken all types of pain killers. I am not sure if the diagnosis is correct. However, I have pain 3 weeks out of the month. The week of menstrual flow I Feel Ok. I have been taking Depo Provera and it has stopped me from having a flow. Does anyone know if ACV will help me? Thanks


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Margaret (Port Of Spain, Trinidad And Tobago) on 05/23/2012

Hi I am the same I have pain three weeks out of the month, used to be two weeks out of the month, but since I am on a new birth control injection its gotten worse, I will try the ACV and baking soda anything to relieve this pain. Wish me luck:)


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Amanda (Citco, Maine) on 04/26/2013

I would realy like to know how big everyone's cysts are because mine is 11cm an I'm wondering if any remedies have work for a women with a cysts that size. plz help.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Joy (Battlegound, Wash) on 04/26/2013

Please read the book what your doctor may not tell you about menopause by John Lee, he has two pages in his book on how those cysts come about and how to deal with them....

Don't worry if you are not in menopause, he is a specialist in Ob/gyn for his life work, many women have looked to him for answers.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Lynne (Dallas, Tx) on 07/04/2013

Did you eat anything when you were on this regimen or did you use it as a diet?


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Alicia (Spain) on 01/14/2015

I've been rencently diagnosed of endometriosis, I've been reading this post and i's sorry to ask this but what does ACV mean?? I would like to try it, if it really helps against pain.

EC: ACV = Apple Cider Vinegar


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by El (Washington, DC) on 03/29/2024

Thank you! How and when do you take these three supplements?


Eliminate Wheat
Posted by Erynn (New Haven, CT) on 01/16/2009

Endometriosis- no wheat. When you say Ginger, you mean fresh ginger, or powdered ginger?


Eliminate Wheat
Posted by Lauren (Whitehorse, YT) on 01/27/2009

Fresh ginger, Grind it yourself! Powdered ginger works in your food, but against your tummy it has to be fresh, it's more potent that way.


Eliminate Wheat
Posted by Sandra B (Toronto, On, Canada) on 06/19/2009

By eliminating Wheat from your diet are you eliminating Whole Wheat products as well? Sandra B.


Eliminate Wheat
Posted by Lauren (Whitehorse, YT) on 07/07/2009

You need to eliminate ALL wheat. Its in everything, so it will be pretty hard to do for the first few months, but you will feel better. I eliminated wheat, rye, corn and oats. Wheat is the main one to get rid of. But i developed an allergy to corn, so i went on a body detox. And never felt better. Now i can eat corn, oats and rye again, but NO wheat ever again. The pain was to much, to many hospital visits, to many surgeries. Wheat isnt worth it!


Eliminate Wheat
Posted by Lauren (Whitehorse, Yt) on 10/11/2009

I'm glad it helped you! As for pregnancy try taking maca root, and cherry blossom. They will help increase your fertility


Magnesium
Posted by Antares (Tamuning, GU) on 11/11/2008
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Well, I think it was probably the magnesium that rid me of my (undiagnosed) endomitriosis symptoms.


Coconut Oil, Turmeric
Posted by Sp (Nashville, Tn) on 10/22/2009

Thank you so much for the information and your update Stella. I had surgery 6 months ago to remove some the endometriosis and want to avoid any future female related surgeries.

I will try the milk thistle and nettle for my endometriosis. I am taking EVCO and turmeric on a daily basis for other ailments and love it and am seeing a positive effects on my body.


Coconut Oil, Turmeric
Posted by Marina (Philadelphia, US) on 07/21/2014

If you don't mind, tell me what TVCO is? EVCO, what is it? Thanks


Coconut Oil, Turmeric
Posted by Lena (Melbourne) on 08/03/2016

EVCO - extra virgin coconut oil.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Catherine (Wellington, New Zealand) on 09/18/2010

Hi Melissa, a lady called Martha M Christy suffered horrendously with endometriosis. She cured herself and wrote the book "Your own perfect Medicine". It is a book on urine therapy and if you can be open minded enough to read it, you will be amazed.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Maria (Gippsland, Vic. Australia) on 09/18/2010

Hi, I had endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Went on the medical roundabout, medication - side effects - more medication. Took myself off them, and put up with it. My cycle if you can call it that was 1 - 12 months apart. I came across the herb Yarrow and took (sipped) 1 cup first thing in morning on an empty stomache and 1 cup in the afternoon. My cycle then became 1 - 2 months apart and some years later I conceived. It is also good to take at menopause. I would try and buy a good quality organic one that has not been irradiated. All the best.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Rosali (Mumbai, India) on 05/10/2012

Apart from the home remedies you can try a combination of ayurvedic and homoeopathic remedies which are 100% safe and natural, free from side effects. Remedies such as OM24 ENDOmetease formula and C46 ENDOmetease formula gives good results. They work on our body by correcting the hormonal imbalances that cause the endometrial tissue to implant in places other than the uterine cavity;restoring the female reproductive endocrine axis to normalcy;providing relief from symptoms like abdominal pain and strengthening the immune system so that it may clear the retrograde menstruation properly thus preventing abnormal implantation. Along with this you also need to do some relaxation exercises with meditation and yoga.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Twins Mama (Los Angeles) on 02/20/2016

TY for your story! Very helpful!! I had exactly your degree of endo and had endless infertility issues for 7 years and wish I had had this kind of information back then!


Iodine Deficiency
Posted by Anna (Uk) on 04/25/2014

Yes iodine deficiency could definitely be the cause or part of the cause of your endometriosis.42% of women with endometriosis have thyroid problems.1 woman cured her endo by taking iodine http://www.topix.com/forum/health/endometriosis/TUA0R4LDRL0G919BH and quite a few women have cured their PCOS by following the iodine protocol.


Iodine Deficiency
Posted by Klady (Atlanta, Usa) on 01/21/2015

I was advised by an endocrinologist specialist to seek advise/communicate with doc if you are going to supplement with iodine (beyond typical amount found in daily vitamin), as, if you have hypothyroid it can cause difficulty in the monitoring of your thyroid levels. I would also like to recommend, in my opinion, for hypothyroid, seeing an endocrinologist over primary care (or talking to obgyn- in relation to pregnancy) to monitor your thyroid levels if at all possible, especially awaiting conceiving and pregnancy. Or if you don't have access to endocrinologist, speak up to the doctor you see about monitoring levels for these situations. Its a delicate balancing. Hope this is helpful. I also love safe natural cures. Cheers.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Rockweed (Picton, Ontario, Canada) on 07/26/2010

I would try Lugol's solution; Potassium Iodine/Iodide solution in water; available since 1829 and prescribed by every physician prior to the 1940's & 50's. Since Iodine is stored for our health in our brain, thyroid gland, breasts, ovaries and prostate and utilized by every cell in the body it can do no harm. In fact doctors used to learn a rhyme about it that goes like this; 'If ye don't know what when or why, prescribe ye then K and I. ' Which is Potassium Iodide. Since Fluorine, Chlorine & Bromine is used in our water supply, pesticides, hot tubs etc, these halogens compete for storage in the body with Iodine and flush it out of our system and block it's return. High levels B vitamins, Selenium, Vit. C is required to re-absorb iodine into the body. Have a look for a book by Dr. Brownstein called Iodine; why you need it, why you can't live without it.



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