What is it?
A cyst or fibrocystic lump in the breast is a benign (non-cancerous) condition characterized by round lumps that move freely within the breast tissue. These lumps are usually tender to the touch (In contrast, a cancerous growth in the breast is often not tender or freely movable when touched). The texture of the lumps can vary from soft to firm. For many women, the tenderness may increase as menstruation approaches. Often the cysts fill with fluid and can enlarge when premenstrual in response to the increase in hormonal levels during this time.
What causes it?
A lack of progesterone and a dominance of estrogen, the main female hormone and prolactin, the milk release hormone secreted by the pituitary gland. Dietary factors have also been implicated. Usually the symptoms of pain and swelling do not persist once menstruation begins and most women notice significant relief at this time. With repeated cycles of hormonal stimulation, the breast cysts may become chronically inflamed and surrounded by fibrous tissue that can harden and thicken the cysts.
Please note: A proper diagnosis is essential.
How can Serrapeptase Help?
Serrapeptase helps immensely as it clears out all of the inflammation and dead tissue. By alleviating the inflammation and clearing away this problem tissue it relieves the symptoms and allows the healing system to rapidly repair the problem.
How many do I take?
Start with 3 Tablets of Serrapeptase x 3 times per day on an empty stomach and increase daily if no relief up to 30 per day if necessary. Then gradually reduce to 1 x 1.
Can I take too many tablets or can it interfere with any drugs I am taking?
No. It has been used for over 25 years with no side effects reported.
Serrapeptase was evaluated in a group of 70 patients with evidence of cystic breast disease. These patients were randomly divided into a treatment group and a placebo group. Serrapeptase was noted to be superior to placebo for improvement of breast pain, breast swelling and in duration, with 85.7% of the patients receiving Serrapeptase reporting moderate to marked improvement. No adverse reactions were reported with the use of Serrapeptase
“Serrapeptase was noted to be superior to placebo for improvement of breast pain, breast swelling and induration with 85.7% of the patients receiving Serrapeptase reporting moderate to marked improvement”
What things can I do to help Fibrocystic Breast Disease?
1. Take Serrapeptase tablets as recommended.
2. Using the Good Health Plan™ which will ensure a proper health level will be achieved and appropriate nutrients and actions are taken to help the healing process.
3. Use a Natural Progesterone Cream as recommended by Dr. John Lee.
Will this program clear the Cyst?
At this point we have not had a failure and everyone reports good results.