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Fibroids and Pain Power FAQ'S
Q. Can Pain Power work on all types of fibroids?
Q. How do enzymes help shrink the growth of fibroids?
Q. Are enzymes alone enough to shrink the growth of fibroids?
Q. When can I expect to see results from using systemic enzymes for fibroids?
Q. How long should I take Pain Power for prior to having an evaluation?
Q. Should I expect any additional bleeding while using Pain Power for fibroids?
Q. Is there a certain time during my cycle when I should begin taking systemic enzymes for fibroids or can I start taking it at anytime?


Q. Can Pain Power work on all types of fibroids?
A. Yes. All fibroids are made from the same fibrous substances.

Q. How do enzymes help shrink the growth of fibroids?
A. Pain Power is a combination of proteolytic (protein digesting) enzymes that have fibrinolytic activity. This means that they can help break down fibrin in the body. Fibroids are made of fibrin along with smooth muscle cells, and generally pockets of estrogen.

Q. Are enzymes alone enough to shrink the growth of fibroids?
A. It is best to control estrogen dominance while attempting to shrink the growth of a fibroid, as this will help speed up the process and address what is believed to be the root cause of most fibroid conditions.
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Q. When can I expect to see results from using systemic enzymes for fibroids?
A. The length of time for Pain Power to show an affect on a person’s fibroid varies from individual to individual. This is because there are many factors involved such as, weight, age, body metabolism, health status, lifestyle, and diet (eliminate all soy).

Many women have reported noticeable changes within a month’s time. For example, a relief in bladder pressure, less frequent urination or the ability to do an exercise that they had not previously been able to perform without discomfort. How quickly one responds also depends upon their state of health, lifestyle, diet, stress levels, and if they are taking measures to control estrogen dominance.

Q. How long should I take Pain Power for prior to having an evaluation?
A. It is suggested to use Pain Power for at least three to six months. Wait at least 4 months before evaluating your results with an examination, ultrasound, or MRI.

Q. Should I expect any additional bleeding while using Pain Power for fibroids?
A. Women who are anemic or have heavy periods may experience some additional bleeding while on Pain Power. The enzymes in Pain Power are a mild blood thinner. If you experience additional or heavier bleeding, you may consider reducing your dosage of Pain Power during your period. If you are anemic, consider supplementing with iron temporarily. As your fibroids shrink, symptoms such as heavy periods will diminish, and you can continue with the higher doses of Pain Power during your period.

Q. Is there a certain time during my cycle when I should begin taking systemic enzymes for fibroids or can I start taking it at anytime?
A. Pain Power does not interfere with hormones directly; therefore, you can start taking them at anytime during your cycle. If you experience extremely heavy bleeding or are anemic during this time, you may want to start taking Pain Power after your menses are over.


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