Fibroid Tumors No More

by Carol B. Tompkins
(Philadelphia, PA )

I suffered for 13 years with Fibroid Tumors. I had them so bad until I had to use Pampers and all kinds of materials to maintain the blood flow from running down my legs when I walked or stood up on my feet. I refused to get a Hysterectomy.

I fought many many years with trying to rid myself from these ugly tumors. Nothing that I did would help me to live a normal life again. I went to my Heavenly Father in prayer after being in the hospital for five days. Trying to solve my bleeding situation I went on a seven day fast, seeking an answer to my situation. I could barely hold my head up. After being on the fast and bleeding in the toilet like urinating the answer came to my mind. I did not know what the cream was but in my mind I saw myself using some kind of cream. I knew that if I went to the vitamin store I would know what to get. While looking around in the store I saw many products on the shelves. I picked up a jar of progesterone cream and took it home used it and in four months the tumors had gone.

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Jul 15, 2010
Fibroid Tumors Mo More
by: Cheryl

This is the best story I have heard so far.

Jul 18, 2010
Fibroid Tumors No More
by: Wray

Hi Carol I agree with Cheryl, a lovely story. Thanks for sharing it. Take care Wray

Jul 20, 2010
Glory to God!
by: TeachX3

Thank you for your story... I too, am refusing a hysterectomy. Moving forward and looking upward! AMEN!

Jul 21, 2010
No uterus moved
by: Carol

I want to thank you for a live website where someone actually answers back. I have been trying to tell my story for years now. But you are the only one who would respond. So allow me to thank you for your precious time and energy. Women all over the globe have emailed me one time or another about ugly Fibroid Tumors. Progesterone cream is truly a God sent. It does not make any sense for me to get a hysterectomy. I suffered and I know that women do not have to suffer the way that I did. But I just could not bring myself to having this operation done... Thanks again for your awesome website.

Jul 22, 2010
No uterus moved
by: Wray

Hi Carol Bless you for your kind words! I know how frustrating it can be not to get answers. I should have given you the link to our page on Fibroids. Although yours have gone, others might like to read the page. You might like to read this page too on having a Hysterectomy. Dr West wrote a book called the Hysterectomy Hoax, but has now got a web site devoted to not having them! Take care Wray

Jul 25, 2010
Fibroid Tumors No More@
by: Carol

I have a email address. FibroidTumorsNoMore@. This is the title of the email address. I was not familiar at all to any solution as to getting rid of Fibroids. This is why I went so long with them in my Uterus. Women are getting rid of the cause and not the effect! I had never heard of Fibroid Tumors in my life until I was diagnosed with them in 86. When the doctor told me that if they don't bother you, then don't you bother them. I took his advice. Not knowing that in a few years they would try to take my life! I bleed so bad from those things and pass clots like crazy! I was not even online in those days. If there was a page for me to go on, I was never even around a pc in those days. I was too busy trying to figure out what to do. I went to herb stores, Chinese herb doctors, drinking a gallon of water a day, I was trying everything! My haemoglobin shot down to 9.0 and I lived that way for years. Until it continued to drop down to 5.0. I went into studies and they tried to shrink them. I was supposed to get paid, for the study, but they used me for a guinea pig and never paid me the money that I was supposed to get for the study. They kicked me out and told me that I was using birth control pills to stop the bleeding. The nurse in the program told me to try birth control pills. But I don't have to tell you that they did not work. They probably made it worse! So when the time came for the doctor who started the program to pay me, he used this birth control pill thing for a reason not to give me my money. They took a biopsy of my Uterus. They gave me nasal spray that you squirt up your nose and a lot calcium pills to take. You name it I tried it. I must have been in this program for three months or so... and never got my dough! I did that embolization procedure, where they block up something in the groin area, in the xray room. I was so sure that something was going to help me! They left me bleeding like crazy! But nothing worked until the Lord led me to go on a fast for seven days, and then only then I began to use the Progestrone Cream. Thank God for his mercy endureth forever! When you get tired of hearing my stories just let me know. Thanks again!!

Jul 26, 2010
Pro and Cons Of Myomectomy
by: Carol

I read Doctor West's page on Hystrectomy vs Myomectomy, or visa versa. I am not for or against Myomectomies. I don't know the percentage of women who get Myomectomies. I only know of a few women who have gotten this procedure done and one of them the Fibroid Tumors returned. Why don't doctors remove the cause and not the effect! Which is telling women that they have too much estrogen, and not enough progestrone. Operations remove the effect and not the cause. I just know what worked for me, and that was the Progestrone cream. I am so sure that there are countless women that the Myomectomy worked for, who am I to say. The cream balanced my Hormones and that was the cause of Fibroid Tumors. Using the cream is painless and very easy to use. I did not have to worry about recovery time after using the Progestrone Cream. I went back to my normal way of living after about a week of using the Progestrone cream. The reason that it took so long for me to get back to my normal way of living, is because I became so weak from the bleeding and needed to regain my strength back. But the bleeding stopped a few days after using the Progestrone Cream! Personally I feel out of order commenting on his page. But I wanted to give my opinion and that is just like a naval, we all have one. Thanks again for allowing me to be me. Why go through a lot of other expensive procedures when the Progestrone Cream is cheap and it works!. A GYN emailed me and asked me what gives me the right to expound, on Fibroid Tumors? He seemed angry through his email. I emailed him back and told him 13 years of experience, with Fibroid Tumors. I told him that I rid myself of Fibroid Tumors. After they tried to take my life. He emailed be back with an apology! I have yet to see someone who had the Fibroids worse than me and lived to tell it!

Jul 30, 2010
Fibroid Tumors No More@
by: Wray

Hi Carol Thanks so much for sharing your full story with us. There are as you say, so many women suffering needlessly, and all for a want of some progesterone. I don't believe a myomectomy is necessary, but certainly a better option than a hyst. I'm just delighted there is a doctor with a website who's first thought is not to take out the uterus. It's wonderful you responded so quickly to the progesterone, as it can take many weeks, if not months to reverse them. Take care Wray

Aug 16, 2010
trying the progestrone cream
by: jones

I have fibroids and endometrois's and I can tell you this it is the worst pain I have been in, even after having my daughter eighteen years ago. I've had five surgeries in five years and both of them grew back within the year. Being a women of faith I also have been praying about this situation doctors can't seem to tell me much but 'you're not having anymore children so lose the uterus' I'm not taking that route. My husband is a pastor and is always researching so when he saw this product we discussed it and bought it prayed over it. It's only been three days, but I'm expecting what the doctors couldn't do, God shall do... given all glory and holy God.

Aug 17, 2010
I LIKE YOUR ATTITUDE
by: Carol Tompkins

Girl I am proud of you!!! Don't be in a hurry. I used a very little bit of cream at a time...In my case little was better than too much. If I were you I would not use a lot of cream at once. I would not use the amount that is on the jar. I would use less than that..I have been trying to get in my Word today, because I have to minister tonight. I came online to see if a item had been paid for on ebay that I had sold. It was truly meant for me to go on and see your email. If you need my phone number just let me know and I will email it to you! I am rooting for you to go the extra mile. Do what you need to do and use the cream right, as far as how many times a day. Stick to it, Stick to it, and don't waver in your faith.. I am here if you need me... Remember it took four months for the tumors to shrink down good... So don't be in a hurry! Just do what it is that you need to do..and the rest will be history not hystrectomy, ok, I gotta go get in my Word, I talk with you again soon...Remember I am just a email away...Carol..Sincerely

Aug 18, 2010
trying the progestrone cream
by: Wray

Hi Jones Endo does cause the most dreadful pain, no one who hasn't experienced it can realise how bad it is. Both endo and fibroids are caused by excess oestrogen, please see our web pages on Endometriosis and Fibroids. Please don't consider a hyst until you've read this info on Hysterectomy. Progesterone does help endo, but a very high amount is needed. This is the protocol I suggested to one woman of 47 with pain 24 hrs a day, she now has none and cancelled the hyst she had scheduled. I asked her to use it daily, throughout her period too. Start with 500mg/day (3tsp) 1 tube will last 4 days; reduce to 330mg/day (2tsp) 1 tube will last 6 days; reduce to 250mg/day (1 1/2tsp) 1 tube will last 8 days. And to continue on the 250mg/day for 2-3 months or until confident the pain won't return. Then reduce slowly till the optimum is found, finally following the cycle again. I can't tell if this will help you as we're all so different, but I do hope so. Take care Wray

Jan 21, 2011
Fibroid Tumors No More
by: Carol Tompkins

Wray, when you get a chance, will you look at my story on youtube. Fibroid Tumors No More is what you search for, to bring it up. Thanks a lot. Let me know your take on it after you have seen it. It is in three segments. Thanks, Carol

Jan 25, 2011
Fibroid Tumors No More
by: Wray

Hi Carol It's excellent, very graphic! It certainly gets the problem across to people who have never suffered from them. Something I forgot to ask you to do was have your vitamin D levels checked. Fibroids are an inflammatory condition, vitamin D is an anti-inflammatory. For more info please see teh Vitamin D council website. You might be interested in looking at this paper here and this article here. Plus this website here. Take care Wray

Jan 26, 2011
Fibroid Tumors No More
by: Carol Tompkins

I am so grateful that you looked at my youtube video!!! I never thought of it as graphic..LOL LOL. Again your opinion means so much to me. I am really helping other women via you and the internet. I thank God that people are watching the video daily. The numbers increase continually. I have been Fibroid Tumor free for ten years now and it is such a good thing to know that they are a thing of my past. I went to the ob/gyn on last month and he still says "all gone" after he finishes his examination. We talk and laugh a lot when he is doing my exam. But it is never about the tumors. I see where you talked about my vitamin D levels. I was not too concerned about that because I work outside and I was thinking that my D would be ok, from the SUN. I also take it with the calcium, but I never know that probably I still need to be checked. Again thanks for you input in my life and I really am thankful for you and your website. Carol


Feb 03, 2011
Fibroid Tumors No More
by: Wray

Hi Carol Bless you! And now your link is on our site too, I do hope others are encouraged to look at it. The thing I've found the hardest with something like fibroids, is persuading women to keep going. So many give up as they haven't gone in a month, it does takes time. I've also found many need far more progesterone than you used. It could be because they have more toxins, or the food they eat, their stress levels, lack of exercise, many things. Please consider getting that test done for the vitamin D. You're lucky working outside, as you are getting it via the sun, but most people spend over 90% of their time indoors. Please make sure you are getting enough D, and I caution against taking calcium without magnesium, see here. It's normally magnesium we are deficient in too, not calcium, and magnesium is a co-factor for vitamin D. Take care Wray

May 09, 2011
Great
by: Anonymous

I believe you. You can stop the dairy products as well. Use Red Clove, Black Cohosh, Vitex

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