Uterine polyps or endometrial polyps, are soft growths inside the endometrium. They range in different sizes, from as tiny as poppy seeds to as large as golf balls. Usually one polyp is a find, but sometimes multiple polyps can occupy the uterus.
Most of endometrial polyps are not cancer. But some of them can transform later on. Polyps can cause problems with fertility, because they are blocking the fertilized egg to be attached to the endometrium.
The symptoms of polyps are:
– Menorrhagia (heavy menses)
– Irregular menses
–Spotting or bleeding between periods
– Low abdominal pain
– Ectopic pregnancy
Patient, 30 years old, came to me in December 2017. She had complaints of heavy periods, spotting between periods, and low abdominal pain for 2 months. On ultrasound, two uterine polyps were detected at around 0.5 cm and 0.4 cm.
Right ovarian cyst was 2.9 by 1.7 cm. Left ovary was normal.
The first homeopathic consultation was done on December 6, 2017.
After repertorization, Carcinosinum 10M was prescribed in 300 ml water, one tablespoon before breakfast for 15 days.
On December 12, 2017, the patient sent me a photo with skin rash that had developed. Carcinosinum was stopped for a few days. Then, the rash had completely disappeared by itself.
First follow up was on January 22, 2018 (50 days after the first consultation).
Her first period after homeopathy started on 21 December 2018. It was painful, prolonged, with a lot of clots (more then usual which can be explained by the successful evacuation of polyps).
Second period after remedy was on January 15 and lasted only 4 days, no heavy bleeding, no clots, normal like before. The ultrasound showed normal uterus and endometrium, no polyps. Right ovarian cyst became smaller 2.4 by 1.3 cm. Her anxiety about health is much better now, as well as her fear of the dark.
Second follow up on 7 May 2018
On May 7 2018 another ultrasound was done. Uterus is normal. Endometrium is absolutely normal. No polyps, no ovarian cysts. No remedy needed in this time.
Patient is very happy and relieved to have avoided invasive Hysteroscopic Polypectomy – a surgical procedure in which uterine polyps are removed and send to lab to exclude the cancer.
Homeopathy is an individualized method of treatment. For the same disease in different people, the treatment can inevitably be absolutely different. Sure, it makes challenges for homeopathic practitioners, but the results are so incredible and worth it each time!
Dr. Olga Habchi, specialist OBS. Gynae finished her Undergraduate and Master degrees in Russia in 1992. While practicing medicine she was introduced to Homeopathy which she was determined to pursue in order to better help her patients. She completed the Century College of Homeopathy in the UK program in 2008, followed by a course in Moscow and two years course in Prof. George Vithoulkas’s program at the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy in Alonissos, Greece in 2016, finishing with excellent marks. She attended seminars with Grant Bentley, Dr. Luc De Schepper and Dr. Faruk Master. She is one of the few doctors who practices both allopathic and homeopathic medicines, and has seen outstanding results in her practice. She believes in using Allopathic medicine to diagnose and Homeopathy to get to the root of a problem and find a cure, rather than temporarily suppress symptoms.