Indinol and epigallat - can help prevent the development of endometriosis and uterine fibroids

April 1st, 2012

 Indinol epigallat
 Indinol and epigallat - biologically active food supplements, which are able to inhibit the tumor process. They operate a little differently, but perfectly combined with each other. Apply Indinol with epigallatom at different estrogen Estrogen - the key to bone health  Estrogen - the key to bone health
 -dependent tumors of female sexual sphere.

 Indinol and epigallat - can help prevent the development of endometriosis and uterine fibroids

Action on the body Indinol

Indinol - fitodrug it, which is derived from a cruciferous plant, in particular from broccoli. Active ingredient Indinol is indole-3-carbinol, it inhibits the synthesis of the estrogen responsible for malignancy - the transformation of a benign tumor into a malignant and normalizes metabolism of estrogen in general, including the speed of their transformation into neutral metabolites (products of metabolism).

Indinol selectively stimulates the process of destruction (apoptosis) of tumor cells without affecting healthy cells, and prevents the penetration of the mucosal cells of the uterus (the endothelium) in the muscle layer of the uterus, that is, to prevent the spread of endometriosis.

In addition, Indinol is active against the human papilloma virus (HPV).

Independently Indinol assigned only for the prevention, treatment - only a part of complex treatment.

Indinol used in mastitis, breast cancer, cervical erosion, uterine cancer, cancer of the uterus and cervix, endometriosis Endometriosis - a serious problem with serious consequences  Endometriosis - a serious problem with serious consequences
 , Premenstrual syndrome, is associated with increased blood levels of estrogen and in diseases caused by HPV.

Contraindications Indinol Indinol - drug or another fiction?  Indinol - drug or another fiction?
   Pregnancy, breast- Breastfeeding - a personal choice  Breastfeeding - a personal choice
   breast and are hypersensitive to its components. Of the side effects of the drug are only known allergic reactions.

 Indinol and epigallat - can help prevent the development of endometriosis and uterine fibroids

Action on the body epigallata

Epigallat - it is also a dietary supplement that produced the same pharmaceutical company that Indinol (MiraksBioFarma, Russia) in capsules of 500 mg. It contains one of the green tea catechins - epigallocatechin-3-gallate inhibits the proliferation (active cell division, which may lead to tumor formation) female genital tissues and tumor invasion by newly formed blood vessels. Epigallat prevents germination of the cells of the mucous membrane of the uterus (endrmetriya) in the muscle layer of the uterus (myometrium), that is, prevents the spread of endometriosis. Epigallat also has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant (neutralizes toxic substances, resulting from oxidation-reduction reactions) action.

Assign epigallat the treatment and prevention of benign and malignant tumors, as well as certain diseases caused by excess content of estrogen in the blood (e.g., endometriosis).

Epigallat has antitumor activity, in addition, it enhances the action of Indinol, normalizing the imbalance between proliferation (growth of tissue cells) and apoptosis (destruction of tissue cells), which leads to stop the uncontrolled growth of tissue.

Anti-inflammatory effect epigallata used after surgery and manipulation of female genital organs (for example, abortion or dilatation and curettage), as well as for the prevention of complications of endometriosis.

Just as Indinol, epigallat almost no contraindications and side effects. It is contraindicated in pregnancy, breast-feeding, and if you are hypersensitive to its components. Side effects are only known allergic reactions.

 Indinol and epigallat - can help prevent the development of endometriosis and uterine fibroids

Indinol epigallat and in treatment of various diseases

Indinol epigallat and perfectly match each other and are mainly used for the prevention and treatment of uterine fibroids and endometriosis. Mutually reinforcing action of each other, these two BUD provide excellent preventive effect, preventing the development of fibroids and endometriosis. But if the disease has already begun, with the combination of Indinol epigallatom apply only to a part of comprehensive treatment. In this case, they are able to enhance the action of essential drugs and prevent relapse.

For the treatment of endometriosis and uterine fibroids in the complex therapy epigallat and Indinol otdnovremenno take two capsules Indinol (400 mg) and two capsules epigallata (1000 mg) twice a day for six months.

To prevent recurrence of endometriosis and uterine fibroids Indinol epigallat and take at the same dosage, but not six months and three months.

Combining Indinol epigallata and has proven effective in the treatment of diseases of the female reproductive organs. However, these drugs are biologically active additives to food and can not be assigned their own in the treatment of any disease. Assign these dietary supplements should also be a doctor.

Galina Romanenko

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Interstitial fibroids - classic symptoms

May 29, 2013

 interstitial uterine fibroids
 Interstitial (intramural) fibroid uterus - is the most common form of the disease, it is found in half of infected women. Symptoms of interstitial fibroids - these are classic symptoms of fibroids: uterine bleeding, pain, and iron deficiency anemia.

 Interstitial fibroids - classic symptoms

Interstitial fibroids - why it appears

Interstitial (intramural) fibroid uterus develops in the thickness of the muscular layer of the uterus. Often it does not go beyond this layer, but sometimes grows outside the uterus and compresses the surrounding tissue, in other cases the growth of fibroids is inside the uterus, and the uterus increases as the pregnancy.

The causes of interstitial fibroids are the same and all other fibroids fibroids. The main reason is the occurrence of large amounts of blood in the female sex hormones. Such hormonal changes can occur under the influence of a variety of reasons, but today the main reasons are abortion, infectious and inflammatory processes in the genital area, high nervous and mental load and stress in women.

Under the influence of all these reasons, the muscle cells of the uterus begin to divide, forming a knot. Fibroids can grow slowly, and very quickly why this happens is still not known exactly. On the condition fibroids affect nutritional status of women - the use of large amounts of fatty foods of animal origin - from her body gets cholesterol, which becomes material for the production of estrogen.

 Interstitial fibroids - classic symptoms


Interstitial uterine fibroids is most often seen in the form of the classic symptoms - uterine bleeding Uterine bleeding outside of menstruation - a sign of a serious breach  Uterine bleeding outside of menstruation - a sign of a serious breach
 , Pain, iron deficiency anemia and compression of surrounding tissue.

Uterine bleeding during uterine interstitial can be connected and linked to the menstrual cycle. In the first case they are called menorrhagia and are abundant prolonged (more than a week) menstruation. If there is uterine bleeding menstrual cycle, they are called metrorrhagia. Often menorrhagia Menorrhagia (menorrhagia) - excessive blood loss  Menorrhagia (menorrhagia) - excessive blood loss
   combined with metrorrhagia, and then the woman loses especially a lot of blood.

No less characteristic of pain, which can have both permanent and periodic. Constant aching pain in the abdomen Abdominal pain: when to sound the alarm?  Abdominal pain: when to sound the alarm?
   usually associated with impaired blood flow in the uterine wall - the tumor compresses the blood vessels, prevents nutritious food tissues of the uterus, resulting in its ischemia (hypoxia). Organism signals this pain.

Pain can wear and periodic cramping in nature - such pains often occur just before or during menstruation them. They are connected with the fact that large amounts of estrogen inhibits rejection uterine lining and she rejected portions, accompanied by severe pain, spastic nature and prolonged bleeding.

 Interstitial fibroids - classic symptoms


Regular blood loss (lost along with blood and iron, which is necessary for synthesis of hemoglobin), sooner or later lead to the development of iron deficiency. The main symptoms of iron deficiency anemia are pallor, lethargy, weakness, drowsiness, dizziness, frequent headaches. Sometimes on this background, there are frequent fainting - a sign that the brain lacks oxygen (hemoglobin delivers it, which in this case is in short supply).

With the growth of uterine fibroids out into the pelvic possible compression of vital organs - urinary tract and rectum, which is manifested in the form of urinary retention (this in turn can cause pyelonephritis, nephrolithiasis, decreased kidney function), constipation, Hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids - a shameful disease  Hemorrhoids - a shameful disease
   and so on.

 Interstitial fibroids - classic symptoms

Interstitial uterine fibroids and pregnancy

If interstitial unit compresses the fallopian tube, it becomes impossible to conceive, since the sperm can not get into the fallopian tube and fertilize the egg.

If pregnancy still occurs, then the growth of fibroids inside the uterine cavity, can be violated during pregnancy. In the early stages of pregnancy is a miscarriage, in the late - preterm delivery. If the placenta is attached directly above the uterine or adjacent to, the possibility of its premature rejection, accompanied by heavy bleeding.

Bleeding may occur during childbirth. The reason is not enough coherent uterine contractions (discoordination - for the same reason often develops uterine inertia), which leads to a long hiatus of the blood vessels (normally contract the muscles squeeze the blood vessels should be), and bleeding.

Interstitial uterine fibroids should be promptly identified and treated, and for that every woman at least twice a year should visit the gynecologist.

Galina Romanenko

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