Serrapeptase for Fibroids - Does It Help?
Discover if there are any scientific evidence for using serrapeptase for fibroids
It is known that the levels of female hormones directly affect the growth of these non-cancerous fibroids. The first step to shrinking uterine fibroids is to keep the estrogen levels low.
The article Natural Remedies for Fibroids discusses how to do so with natural supplements so we won't discuss it here.
Read on to find out if serrapeptase might be helpful in shrinking fibroids...
Research studies on using serrapeptase for fibroids? Are there any?
There is extensive interest in using proteolytic enzymes like serrapeptase and nattokinase to help dissolve dead tissues.
Studies have found that proteolytic enzymes are helpful in treating inflammatory conditions like arthritis, regulate liver function, the immune system and reducing acute and chronic pain.
Moreover, it shows clot-dissolving benefits both in animal and human studies. Some experts believe that it can also unclog blocked arteries and reverse heart disease caused by atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).
However, there is no direct clinical research on using serrapeptase for dissolving fibroids. Animal and human studies do verify that it has properties that could, in theory, dissolve fibroids.
Anecdotal reports suggest people have successfully taken serrapeptase to shrinks fibroids. Indeed there are some reports of uterine fibroids shrinking by 50% just by taking this proteolytic enzyme.
One user of serrapeptase said that she was able to shrink a "grapefruit-sized" fibroid to the size of a golf ball in just three months.
The lack of clinical research doesn't mean that it does not work. It may work or it may not work.
Individuals who suffer from fibroids are regularly monitored by their doctor. So...
Let your doctor know that you are planning to take serrapeptase to see if it will help to shrink the fibroids. With continued monitoring, you can actually see if it works to shrink the fibroids.
Although there are reports of shrinking fibroids in just 3 months, we suspect it could take up to a year of treatment to see good results.
Related Articles and Resources for Serrapeptase for Fibroids
The List of Natural Remedies for Fibroids
The Full Review - The Health Benefits of Serrapeptase
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