About Uterine Cancer
The uterine cancer diagnosis usually comes as a bombshell. Women struggle to find the best ways to treat the problem. They consider a variety of invasive surgeries as well as conventional chemotherapy and radiation. Unfortunately, not many women realize that they have other options. Bombarding the body with high doses of toxic chemicals is rarely the only way to treat uterine cancer. Holistic alternative treatments are often effective and less damaging than conventional treatments.
What are the symptoms of Uterine cancer?
Uterine cancer mostly occurs during the postmenopausal period. However, sometimes it may be identified before the menstrual cycles are over. The most common symptom of uterine cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding.
Since such bleeding can be a symptom of various conditions, it’s vital to get a gynecologist’s advice rather than self-diagnosing anything. Other uterine cancer symptoms include abnormal vaginal discharge, pain during urination, painful sexual intercourse. At the later stages of cancer, women may experience weight loss and pain in the pelvic area.
There are several tests to diagnose uterine cancer. The doctor will take blood tests, do an endometrial biopsy (a small piece of tissue is taken from the uterus and checked for cancerous cells). An ultrasound may be done to find the location of the sample for biopsy. If the cells are cancerous, a woman may need to go through x-ray, CT scan, and/or MRI to identify the stages of cancer.
Conventional Uterine cancer treatments
Conventional uterine cancer treatments most often include hysterectomy (surgical uterus removal). Additionally, the fallopian tubes and ovaries are often removed using the laparoscopic method.
The lymph nodes located near the cancerous growth may be removed as well. Lymph nodes are closely examined to find cancerous cells. If any are found, it means the disease may have attacked other organs.
After the surgery, many women are treated with traditional radiation sessions, chemotherapy, and hormonal therapy. Some patients undergo a combination of all three. Radiation therapy may include external and internal radiation with a variety of unpleasant side effects. Hormonal therapy often involves administering synthetic progesterone to prevent cancer cell growth. Hormones are usually offered to women, who can’t or won’t undergo surgery or radiation treatments.
Alternative Uterine cancer treatments
There are advantages using alternative treatments. Side effects are minimal, compared to conventional treatments. Alternative treatments boost the immune system function helping the body fight uterine cancer on its own. Such treatments include: Insulin Potentiated Therapy (IPT) to kill the cancer cells directly, Heat and Ozone treatments to make conditions unfavorable for the cancer cells. Homoeopathy – we prepare a remedy directly from your pathology slides that we use to treat the cancer. Mind exercises - meditation, Reiki, faith, inspiration Body exercises – appropriate physical activities as often as possible. Proper diet – healthy diet filled with vitamins to stimulate the immune system Supplements - natural supplements recommended by the doctor to help the body fight the foreign invader
Do you want to put up a good fight and successfully treat Uterine cancer?
Our Phoenix, Arizona alternative cancer treatment center uses a holistic approach to help many uterine cancer patients. If you would like to find out about alternative uterine cancer treatments, call us at (602) 404-0400 to schedule an appointment today.