Don’t Believe there’s No Cure

Dear Reader,

This is so important for women.

I just read a major medical journal – one that goes to thousands of doctors nationwide – saying that inflammation and overgrowth of the uterine lining has no cure. It advises doctors that women just have to learn to manage the symptoms or live with the pain.

This is the most amazing (and disturbing part)… They never mention the cause. All these experts were consulted and not one said a word about what causes the problem.

This condition called “endometriosis” is just one sign you have too much estrogen. And excess estrogen can be lowered naturally. I’ll show how you can bring your estrogen – and your symptoms – under control.

In recent times, endometriosis has become an extremely common condition. I see it in patients daily. When you have endometriosis, the cells that line the inner walls of your uterus begin to overgrow inside the uterine lining or on the outside of it. The result is chronic pelvic pain, bloating and sometimes abnormal bleeding, lower back and abdomen pain, too.

In some women the pain only flares up during their menstrual cycle… for others, pain may seem completely unrelated to menstrual cycles.

Doctors will usually prescribe drugs or surgery to treat the painful symptoms of endometriosis. Neither has any chance of curing the cause and both treatments create other problems.

Pain management drugs usually include over-the-counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or Cox-2 inhibitors. Advil and Aleve fall into the first category. Prescription drugs like Celebrex and the now recalled Vioxx fall into the second.

Whenever you take NSAIDs for ongoing pain, you run the risk of damage to your stomach lining. Sometimes this damage causes chronic stomach upset. Other times, it can result in internal bleeding. The dangerous side effects of Vioxx and Celebrex include increased risk of death and heart attack.

Surgery is equally inappropriate. It’s a drastic measure and no doctor can guarantee your endometriosis won’t recur after surgery. Many of my patients had surgery before coming to me only to discover their pain returns a short time later. This can lead to an upsetting cycle of failed surgeries that are risky and expensive and often lead to total hysterectomies.

Conventional medicine maintains that the cause of endometriosis is unknown. I have read some Ob/Gyn “experts” claiming that all women have endometriosis, but only some women develop symptoms. This absurd point of view is actually very common among doctors. It’s part of an overall ideology that nature is broken, or God has made a blunder and it’s up to them to fix your inherently defective part. You’ll see this view if you ask doctor’s why you can’t lose your body fat or why you have suddenly come down with diabetes.

Don’t be fooled… This is hardly ever the case. Usually if something goes wrong with your body, it happened because we did something to it that was unnatural. In this case, we have added a huge deluge of synthetic estrogens to our environment. The FDA insists it’s safe to put estrogen in your food. But really… How could anyone know that that’s safe?

I’ve helped thousands of women over the years successfully cure their endometriosis by bringing their estrogen levels into balance. In most cases, they eliminate the problem and live pain free.

The lining of the uterus is developed and maintained with estrogen. Too much estrogen and it overgrows and becomes inflamed and painful. Pain pills or anti-inflammatory drugs won’t cure it because the high blood estrogen creates a never-ending cycle of continually stimulating new endometrial growth.

But there’s a simple supplement that naturally removes excess estrogen. It’s called DIM (diindolylmethane.)

DIM gently cleanses excess estrogens from your body by making estrogen more excreted in the urine. Derived from cruciferous vegetables, DIM is natural and safe. I think it’s one of the reasons broccoli and cauliflower have been found to lower risk of cancers of female tissues that are also caused by excess estrogen. But to get the levels of DIM that I can prove cures artificially elevated estrogens, you’d have to eat 50 or 60 servings of broccoli a day.

You can ask your doctor to measure your total blood estrogens. When I find them elevated, I use 100 mg DIM once a day and recheck in about 6 weeks. If symptoms are apparent I will sometimes use DIM before blood results are back because it is such a benign therapy. DIM is inexpensive and available at most health-food stores.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD