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ovarian fibroma

Hello. I was diagnosed with endometriosis and fibroids 7 years ago. For the last three months I have had a very swollen abdomen, severe constipation, nausea immediately after eating with bloated stomach, and fluid retention in abdomen and legs. One month ago an ultrasound showed a 6 cm cyst in the left ovary. My gynecologist prescribed thuya 10M once a day a month ago. I had a severe aggravation of symptoms after the first time I took thuya 10 M. We then decided to take thuya 10 M once a week. Every time I took the remedy, I experienced pain in the left ovary that irradiated toward the leg and the breast. A second ultrasound this week found that the left cyst is re-absorbing but there is a fibroma (solid tumor)in the right ovary which was not seen in the first ultrasound a month ago. I continue to have a very bloated abdomen, fluid retention, and nausea right after eating. I would appreciate any advice. Is thuya right for me or would another remedy be better for me? Many thanks in advance.
 
  Tica on 2019-08-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I don't think Thuja was the right remedy and 10M was way too strong for you.

So I would like to suggest the following remedies;

Start with Aurum mur nat 6c, 3 times a day for 10 days and wait for 7 - 10 days then
start with Folliculinum 6c, 3 times a day for 10 days and wait and watch for a week or so.

1 dose is 2 pills or drops and report back in 2 weeks.
 
Tui 11 months ago

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