Went to ER for 2nd time

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It was the same Dr. from a month ago. He was irritated when he saw me and was extremely rude. He said it's the same thing as last time. (Fibroids) and there is nothing he could do for me. And asked me what I wanted him to do. I had to go to the ER because I was in so much pain I couldn't walk and was shaking, The pressure was so bad I felt like I was in labor! He ended up givig me a prescription for Norco. 

I am not a fan of pain meds, but they seem to work. I was going to ask, do any of you pass pieces of your fibroids when you urinate? 

What seemed to be a 8 cm fibroid, grew into 2 inches, and I now have more, but yet it's not an emergency. 

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    oh how terrible for you. you need to see a gynae that will be more sympathetic and get you on the right path to do something about. Either drugs like Esmya to shrink them or surgery to remove them. 
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    I am so sorry to knwo that. Please try apple cider vineger two times a day or three times if your condition is severe. Take 2 tbsp in half glass of wtaer and dissolve in it 1/4 tea spoon of baking soda and drink it before the bubble settles down. It brings immediate relief and helps in shrinking the fibroid. This has no harm and no side effects  
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    Hi jesskah, I'm so sorry for what you are going through, it sounds awful and you absolutely need a second opinion. I'm not sure which country you are in, but can you be referred by your GP or physician to a specialist? You MUST see a gynaecologist, rather than someone at the ER. If your fibroid is putting pressure on your bladder, then its time to get scanned and treated properly. Please don't take no for an answer.

    Best of luck to you!

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    try blackstrap molases. i take a tablespoon in warm water as i find vinegar makes my blood thin and bleed more maybe add baking soda to it but eat well - legumes, lentils and iron rich leafy vegies - i would also def look for a new deoctor
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