Fibroid Tumors – Warts, How To Remove Them Without Going To The Doctor

Fibroid tumors are benign growths on the skin which are, by definition, in fact, benign tumors on the connective tissue. They look like small soft knots, warts on the skin – few millimeters in diameter.

They usually have the color of the skin, but they can also be pigmented. The changes are not cancerous, but their number throughout the life is growing and they can become visible and cause an aesthetic problem.

Fibroid tumors mostly occur in the middle age, usually on the neck, armpits, groin, under the breasts, abdomen, eyelids, and elsewhere on the skin. In fact, almost everyone has at least one fibroma of the skin, so this phenomenon is not rare.

They can be a problem because they develop where the skin rubs, so they can be damaged – which can cause inflammation, growth, bleeding etc.

Their number and size increase with age. The cause for their formation is still unknown, but genetics and obesity are important factors in their development. Their number varies from a few to several hundred.

The good thing is that they can be removed at home without going to a doctor. All you need is just one ingredient, which is Apple Cider Vinegar. That’s all it takes to remove them without bleeding and without scarring.

It is thought that apple cider vinegar is one of the most effective drugs at home. It can be used to treat various health conditions, including the removal of fibroids, thanks to its acidity.

Remember, never use vinegar to remove fibroma around the eyelids, because it can irritate the eyes!

This method works for most people. Here’s how …

Carefully wash the place around the fibroma using only water and mild soap

The first time you can put cotton soaked in water on the fibroma for 15 minutes or rub the fibroma with something (eg. a new toothbrush.)

Let it dry.

Then soak a piece of cotton in apple cider vinegar and squeeze out the excess.

Place the cotton directly on the fibroma and put band aid to make sure the cotton doesn’t move.

Leave it for 15 minutes. Rinse with water.

Repeat the process three times a day, for seven days or more if needed (there is no need to rub the fibroma before the vinegar).

The fibroma first needs to look a lot darker then will start to dry and eventually fall off.

Depending on the size of the fibroma or how deep it is into the skin, there can be a slight damage (scar) which should be treated with Calendula Cream or Aloe Vera gel.
If the fibroma is not deep into the skin, there won’t be a scar – if this is done carefully.