FAQ >> Taking Pain Power for Women’s Health Issues FAQ'S

Taking Pain Power for Women’s Health Issues FAQ'S
Q. Can I take systemic enzymes even though I am menopausal/postmenopausal?
Q. Is it okay to use systemic enzymes if I am not menopausal or postmenopausal?
Q. Can Pain Power help reduce the thickness of the uterine lining?
Q. Can Pain Power help with endometriosis?
Q. Will Pain Power interfere with birth control pills?
Q. Can I take Lupron with Pain Power?
Q. Once I start using Pain Power will the fibroids grow back, or do I have to use it for the rest of my life?
Q. Can I take Pain Power while I'm menstruating?
Q. What if I am anemic?


Q. Can I take systemic enzymes even though I am menopausal/postmenopausal?
A. Yes; the older we get, the more enzymes we may need. Enzymes can be helpful for many different conditions associated with aging, as well as for fibroids.

Q. Is it okay to use systemic enzymes if I am not menopausal or postmenopausal?
A. Yes; women in their twenties can also benefit from its use, especially those in their later twenties which is when our natural enzyme resources begin to decline.

Q. Can Pain Power help reduce the thickness of the uterine lining?
A. Estrogen dominance is often the cause of a thickened uterine lining and without the monthly balancing effects of progesterone, the uterus does not receive the proper signals to stop growing. Therefore, a natural progesterone cream can help this condition.
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Q. Can Pain Power help with endometriosis?
A. The exact cause of endometriosis is not fully understood. One theory is that menstrual tissue gets backed up through the fallopian tubes, gets implanted into the abdominal area, and then begins to grow. Some health care professionals agree that all women experience some degree of menstrual tissue backup; however, they also feel that an under-active immune system or a hormonal problem can allow the endometrial tissue to grow in those who develop endometriosis.

Pain Power can help in the sense that it can help modulate the immune system. This means if the immune system is under active, it will help boost it. If the immune system is over active it will tone it down. Additionally, there is a relation between endometriosis and fibrous tissue which Pain Power is known to help reduce.

Q. Will Pain Power interfere with birth control pills?
A. No, Pain Power does not have a direct affect on hormones; therefore, it will not inhibit them from working. The enzymes in Pain Power can increase the effectiveness of some medications so you may want to discuss combining the two with your doctor.

Q. Can I take Lupron with Pain Power?
A. We do have women report that they are using Pain Power in conjunction with a Lupron program they had already begun. However, because Pain Power can increase the effectiveness of some medications as mentioned above, it would be best if you consult with your doctor or pharmacist to make sure that it would be right for you personally.

Q. Once I start using Pain Power will the fibroids grow back, or do I have to use it for the rest of my life?
A. Pain Power does not stop your body from growing fibroids; it only shrinks the existing fibroids. In order to stop your body from growing fibroids, the problem of estrogen dominance needs to be brought under control (estrogen dominance is the most common cause of fibroids). If the estrogen dominance is not under control, you could potentially grow more tumors. You can take a maintenance dose of Pain Power (3 to 6 per day) until menopause to shrink anything new that starts to grow, or you can take a bottle every six months or so to shrink what has grown since the last bottle. At menopause your body's estrogen level drop dramatically, and the potential to grow more fibroids greatly diminishes.

Q. Can I take Pain Power while I'm menstruating?
A. There is no problem with taking Pain Power while menstruating for the majority of women. However, Pain Power is a mild blood thinner, and it can contribute to additional bleeding for some women, especially anemic women. If this occurs, cut back on your Pain Power dose during your cycle, or stop it altogether during that time. Many women with very difficult periods who have been on Pain Power for a month or two report much easier cycles. Be extra cautious - do cut back on Pain Power if this occurs for you. Please also read the question below regarding anemia. If you are anemic, it is wise to get that problem corrected. Sometimes additional bleeding is from tiny blood vessels that are exposed when the tumors are breaking down.
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Q. What if I am anemic?
A. You can still take systemic enzymes if you are anemic. However, read the above question about taking enzymes while menstruating. Dr. Wong recommends, for those who are truly anemic, a liquid iron tonic and a sublingual B12 and folic acid liquid for women who are clinically anemic (i.e. blood tests have confirmed that you are anemic).

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