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Fear, Adenomyosis, & the Medical System

Fear, Adenomyosis, & the Medical System

Fear, Adenomyosis, & the Medical System


When I first went to a clinic for help with heavy bleeding, painful cramping, and pelvic pain the doctor told me I would have to get an IUD or take birth control to control the symptoms.  I brought up my concerns, and she said if I didn’t do what she said I may have to get something more drastic: an ablation.  She did not bring up wanting to do more testing. 


 I was scared, and ended up on the pill.  Later down the road I was diagnosed with adenomyosis.  Good thing I didn’t get an ablation for adenomyosis.  Ablation is not a treatment for it and usually causes a sharp increase in pelvic pain.


Adenomyosis can bring up so much.  When you’re not in pain you feel so committed, determined, and hopeful but when the pain hits you feel so desperate for relief you consider surgery and meds.  You don’t want this, but you don’t know what else you can try.  You feel like you have tried it all and nothing works: acupuncture, an anti inflammatory diet, exercise, pelvic PT, etc. 

Anxiety versus Fear and Adenomyosis 

Anxiety often comes from your liver releasing toxins or toxic heavy metals which inflame your vagus nerve, causing anxiety.  Fear is an emotion that can be absorbed from others, inherited, or felt in reaction to a traumatic event.  If it’s unprocessed at the time, it can become stuck in the body.  Stuck emotions lower the immune system response.  A lowered immune response can increase the strep and LPS bacteria that make pelvic issues worse.  

Adenomyosis Decisions, Emotions, and the Medical System

Making adenomyosis decisions is not easy.

You can’t make good adenomyosis decisions when you are coming from a place of fear.  I have heard from so many women with adenomyosis who have a hysterectomy scheduled because they dread their cycle and can’t survive with such heavy bleeding or pelvic pain.  They contemplate canceling the surgery because they are scared, unsure about whether it’s needed, or they want to find relief holistically.

When I do adenomyosis consultations I always ask, “What do you see when you visualize your womb/uterus or pelvis?”  Answers range from “a black hole” to “I can’t see anything; I’m numb down there.” 

What I’ve discovered from reading hundreds of answers to this question is that it’s common to disconnect energetically from this area because it’s wrapped up in so much pain.  This is a completely understandable response, but it prevents us from listening to our body.  


Emotions are a messenger with clues for us about what our nervous system is offering. -Kimberly Ann Johnson

Most families and cultures don’t allow all feelings to be expressed. We learn to show certain feelings less than others.  Researchers found that expressing and feeling our emotions is linked to improved immune system function. 

Memories, unprocessed emotions, and experiences can be held deep in the fascia (muscles of the pelvis). Unprocessed stuck emotions in tissues, organs, and muscles can emit low-vibrational frequencies, that can contribute to physical problems.

Try this: put your hands over your lower belly and in your mind ask your uterus/womb or pelvis, “what emotions are you ready to let go of?”  See if any words or images bubble up.  If not, that is completely fine.  

Now imagine your womb/uterus or pelvis in front of you.  What do you see? Are there any light, dark, or areas of color?  Is the outline fuzzy or clear?  Remember to be gentle and kind with yourself around any emotions coming up.  

Want to share what came up?  I’d love to hear from you.  My email is sara@empathmagic.com.

Website:  https://empathmagic.com.


Disclaimer:  Always talk with a medical professional about health concerns.  These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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