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Uterine Polyp

by Layla
(Saudi Arabia)

I am 42 years old single women, never married before. I have been experiencing heavy menstrual bleeding over the last 3 months. I had hormonal study done, which was normal, however the ultrasound showed uterine polyp 1.5cm. During PMS I have breast tenderness and engorgement.

Can homeopathy help?


Answer To Homeopathy For Polyps

Yes Layla, it is possible to treat endometrial polyps with homeopathic medicine. The best approach is to consult with a qualified homeopath near you that can carefully take you medical history and your case and select the best remedy for you.

This is a brief list of the most commonly used homeopathic remedies to treat endometrial polyps:

Calcarea carbonica

This remedy helps for women that have a tendency of developing not only endometrial polyps, but also nose polyps after frequent sinusitis. The menses are usually too early, too profuse, and too long. Uterine polyps are associated with sterility, heavy menstrual flow and cutting pain in the uterus while menstruating. This remedy has a marked affinity for PMS with swollen breasts before menses.

Thuja occidentalis

The woman needing this remedy often develops warts on vulva and perineum. She may experience frequent vaginal discharge that is copious, thick and green in color. The periods may be late with very little blood with severe pain in the left ovary and left inguinal region. Thuja is indicated for endometrial polypi and fleshy growths of the uterus.


This remedy has been utilized by homeopath to treat metrititis. The woman who needs this remedy may experience scanty, early periods that last too long. She also may have spotting or bleeding between periods. She may also have a tendency of getting yeast infections with white discharges that are burning and come instead of menses. Uterine polyps are often associated with amenorrhea causing bleeding in other parts of the body (nose bleeds).

This remedy is often used to treat polyps of the vagina and the uterus.

Understanding Polyps
Polyps are made of endometrial tissue. They are soft and stem from the inner lining of the uterus.
Small polyps may regress at any stage on their own or after homeopathic or herbal treatment, while large polyps may need to be removed through surgery. Homeopathic medicine may need time to work and it should be continued for at least 6 months without interruption to produce healing effects.

If the polyp has to be surgically removed, homeopathy works within the body to
prevent the polyp to reform in the future, so it can also be used as a form of complementary medicine. This is because homeopathy addresses the cause of the disease and treats the person's unique set of characteristic symptoms including constitutional tendency and past medical history.

Uterine Polyp Symptoms

1. Irregular menstrual bleeding that differs in length and quantity.
2. Spotting, or bleeding between menstrual periods.
3. Vaginal bleeding after menopause.
4. Inability to conceive.

A uterine polyp develop as an overgrowth of the tissue lining the uterus called the endometrium.
The endometrium is commonly expelled during the menstrual cycle and begins to regenerate after the period is over under the influence of female hormones.
TO support the health of the endometrium is important to make specific dietary changes like increase fiber intake in the diet. Fiber is very important to balancing excess estrogen in the body that is responsible in stimulating polyps to grow. It is also important to avoid animal fats and eating too much red meat. Process foods, fried foods, coffee and alcohol should also be avoided.

Supporting The Health Of The Endometrium

The formation of polyps is linked to increased toxicity within the body and the liver inability to eliminate excess estrogen, which stimulates uterine growths like fibroids, endometriosis and polyps. The health of the endometrium is closely related with liver health as the liver plays an important part in removing toxins from the body, as well as maintaining the health of the immune system.

By supporting liver and hormonal balance it is possible to help maintain the health of the endometrium, avoiding spotting between periods, heavy and painful menses and PMS.

If you want to support your endometrium and have a symptoms-free period I recommend Endo-EX remedy. This remedy contains important herbs that support detoxification through the liver and the uterus, that help maintain female hormonal balance and support the endometrium. It contains:

Vitex to balance progesterone.

Don Quai to balance estrogen.

Milk Thistle to support the liver.

Dioscorea villosa to regulate the female menstrual cycle and as a natural liver tonic.

Viburnum opulus is a homeopathic remedy that and an affinity with the endometrium and it is used as a uterine tonic. It's used in homeopathy to treat spasmodic and membranous dysmenorrhoea, irregular heavy menstrual periods, severe uterine cramps, sterility due to uterine displacement and to prevent miscarriage.

Visit this website to learn more about Endo-EX for endometrial support and prevention.

Many Blessings!

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