What Types of Fibroids Exist?

Fibroids can manifest in various forms based on their location within the uterine wall:

- Intramural: These fibroids occur within the uterine wall itself.

- Subserous: Subserous fibroids grow outward from the uterine wall into the abdominal cavity.

- Submucous: Submucous fibroids develop inward from the uterine wall, protruding into the uterine cavity.

What Promotes Fibroid Growth?

The growth of fibroids appears to be closely regulated by hormonal influences, primarily estrogen and progesterone. When estrogen and progesterone levels are elevated, fibroids often experience rapid growth. Conversely, as hormone levels decrease, fibroids typically stop growing and may even shrink.

What Causes Fibroids?

While the root cause of fibroids remains elusive, it is widely acknowledged that both hormonal factors, particularly estrogen and progesterone, and genetic predisposition are contributing factors. The interplay between these elements is believed to set the stage for fibroid development.

Why Do Fibroids Make My Stomach Look Larger?

The enlargement of the abdomen associated with fibroids can be attributed in part to the presence of these growths. However, it's important to note that abdominal swelling can also be exacerbated by the accumulation of excess fibrin within the uterine wall. This excess fibrin can trigger inflammation and fluid retention, contributing to the sensation of a larger abdomen.

What Are the Symptoms of Fibroids?

Symptoms of fibroids can be diverse and can range in both frequency and intensity. They may include:

- Abdominal distension or a feeling of bloating.

- Heavy menstrual bleeding and prolonged or painful periods.

- The presence of excessive blood clots during menstruation.

- Anemia, often due to significant blood loss.

- Irregular spotting between menstrual cycles.

- Pelvic pressure and discomfort.

- Increased frequency of urination.

- Back pain, which is a common complaint among women with fibroids.

- Pain during sexual intercourse.

- In some cases, fibroids can interfere with fertility and make it challenging to become pregnant.

Will Fibro Vita® Work if I Have a Very Large Fibroid?

Certainly, Fibro Vita® is designed to be effective regardless of the size of the fibroid. It actively enhances your body's natural ability to break down excess fibrin, which can be beneficial for both small and large fibroids alike.

Why Do I Need to Urinate So Frequently?

Frequent urination can be linked to the size and position of fibroids within the pelvis. Depending on their location and size, fibroids may press against the bladder, reducing its capacity and causing a frequent urge to urinate.

Could Fibroids Be Causing My Constipation?

Yes, fibroids could indeed be the cause of constipation in some cases. Fibroids may position themselves in a way that exerts pressure on the colon, potentially disrupting normal bowel function and leading to constipation.

Could Fibroids Be Causing My Backaches?

Absolutely. Backaches are a common complaint among women dealing with fibroids. The size and position of fibroids can exert pressure on surrounding structures, including the lower back, leading to discomfort and backaches.

What are Fibroids?

Fibroids are benign growths composed of excess fibrin that develop both in and around the uterus. These non-cancerous growths are known to have a familial tendency, suggesting that genetics may play a role in their occurrence. While their exact origin is not entirely understood, they are believed to emerge due to a combination of hormonal influences, primarily estrogen and progesterone.


What is Fibro Vita®?

Fibro Vita® is an all-natural and hormone-free capsule formulated to quickly and safely increase the body's inherent fibrinolytic activity to help degrade excess fibrin that is the primary cause of adverse symptoms in women with fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and fibrocystic disease.


How does Fibro Vita® work?

Fibro Vita® works by boosting your body's ability to degrade excess fibrin buildup.



How soon will I notice results?

Results will depend on the severity of symptoms but most women notice improvement in the first one to two months with continued progress in subsequent months.


How long will I need to take Fibro Vita®?

Some women take Fibro Vita® for a few months at a time as symptoms occur and some women stay on it continually. If your body is prone to making excess fibrin then the unfortunate reality is that it may need ongoing management.


How Much should I take? 

Take one capsule two times per day with 8 ounces of water. While it's not necessary that Fibro Vita® be taken with food, it is often easiest to time the doses in that manner.



How can I tell if Fibro Vita® is working?

The simplest way to tell whether Fibro Vita® is working is to track the frequency and severity of your symptoms and note the difference while on Fibro Vita®.

Will Fibro Vita® shrink my swollen stomach?

If your swollen stomach is due to underlying fibroids, cysts, or endometrial adhesions, then you will notice it resolving as your body naturally breaks down the fibrin. 

Will I feel uncomfortable?

Some women with fibroids, ovarian cysts, and/or endometriosis report mild cramping initially. In addition, you may feel a little extra swelling in the affected area(s). This is normal and will resolve as your body works to rid your system of the excess fibrin. You may skip a dose at any time if these temporary effects become bothersome.

Where does the fibrin go?

As your body degrades abnormal fibrin, it is processed by the body as waste and is naturally expelled in the urine and with the normal menstrual flow. 

Will I notice any change in my urine?

Maybe. Some women do report slightly darkened urine when taking Fibro Vita® as the body flushes the excess fibrin.

Will my periods be heavier?

Some women do notice a more watery flow during the first cycle or two. This is normal and is a result of your body processing the excess fibrin. You may skip a dose at any time if this temporary effect becomes bothersome.

Will I see any spotting between periods?

You may. Some women do notice mild spotting during their first couple of cycles. This is a transient issue and happens as your abnormal fibrin is broken down and flushed from your system.

Why do I sometimes feel more swollen in my breasts or abdomen when taking Fibro Vita®?

As fibrin is deteriorated by your system, you may notice a slight increase in swelling or firmness in the affected area(s). This is temporary and a sign that your immune system is working to degrade the abnormal fibrin.


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How long has Fibro Vita® been on the market?

Fibro Vita® was introduced by Komodo Naturals in 2004. We now have Fibro Vita® customers in over 100 countries and are trusted by thousands of women worldwide.

Do I need a prescription?

No. Fibro Vita® is a natural supplement and is available without a prescription. 

Is all nattokinase equally effective?

No. Nattokinase can be formulated multiple ways. Our patented Nattokinase NSP2™ is manufactured according to GMP standards and is specially designed to be heat-stable which ensures that it won't break down prematurely. 

Do you use GMO ingredients?

No. All Fibro Vita® ingredients are non-GMO.

How do you ensure the quality of ingredients?

Fibro Vita® is produced in a facility that adheres to all FDA Dietary Supplement Current Good Manufacturing Practices guidelines.

What are Fibro Vita®'s ingredients?

Fibro Vita® is composed of our patented form of Nattokinase called Nattokinase NSP2™, Cramp Bark (viburnum opulus), Astaxanthin, EGCG Green Tea Extract (decaffeinated), Lycopene, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hcl), and Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). We adhere to the FDA Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) which ensure that all of our ingredients meet quality standards and are free from any contamination so you can be confident in their strength and purity.

Does Fibro Vita® contain soy?

No. Our patented Nattokinase NSP2™ is derived as a byproduct of soy fermentation but contains no soy itself.


Does Fibro Vita® have any side-effects?

During your initial one to two cycles, you may experience slight darkening of urine, minor cramping, a more watery menstrual flow, and an increase in abdominal firmness. These effects are normal and will resolve as your body eliminates excess fibrin. You can skip a dose if these temporary effects become bothersome. 

Can I use Fibro Vita® if I'm anemic?

If your anemia is a result of chronic blood loss due to particularly heavy periods, it's advisable to consult your doctor before taking Fibro Vita®.

Will Fibro Vita® interfere with the effectiveness of my birth control?

No, Fibro Vita® is hormone-free and will not interfere with the effectiveness of birth control.

Are there any medications, drugs, or supplements that I should not take with Fibro Vita®?

Fibro Vita® has no known interactions with any other medications, nutritional supplements, or vitamins. However, if you are taking prescribed anticoagulants, it is advisable to discuss this with your healthcare provider.

Is Fibro Vita® safe?

Yes, Fibro Vita® is safe as it is an all-natural product, and its individual ingredients are considered safe.

Does Fibro Vita® interfere with normal clotting?

No, Fibro Vita® does not disrupt normal blood clotting in otherwise healthy individuals. However, if you have an existing bleeding disorder, it's advisable to consult your doctor before using Fibro Vita®. 

Can I take Fibro Vita® with (Progesterone cream / Premarin / Lupron / Depo Provera)?

Yes, Fibro Vita® is safe to use in conjunction with these medications.



Is Fibro Vita® effective for women nearing, in, or past menopause?

Yes, it is effective, and women in these stages may notice results more quickly as the reproductive hormones that contribute to abnormal fibrin growth naturally decline. 

Will I notice any bleeding or spotting while taking Fibro Vita®?

Perhaps. Some women with fibroids and/or endometriosis do report minor spotting for a short time when starting Fibro Vita®.

How will I know Fibro Vita® is working if I no longer have a period?

Without period-related symptoms, you'll want to watch for improvement in other areas of common complaint such as swollen or bloated abdomen; pelvic pain and pressure; frequent urination; back pain; and pain during intercourse. 

Will Fibro Vita® work if my periods have become irregular or ceased altogether?

Yes, Fibro Vita® will still help your body break down excess fibrin and will be aided by the fact that your reproductive hormones will be moderating.

What if I'm undergoing hormone therapy?

Since estrogen and progesterone contribute to fibrin growth, you may see slower results than you otherwise would.


Does Fibro Vita® affect fertility?

Fertility can improve if the underlying issue is caused by your fibroids, ovarian cysts, or endometrial adhesions.

Can I take Fibro Vita® while trying to conceive?

Fibro Vita® has not been studied in pregnancy. If trying to conceive, please discuss with your doctor before using Fibro Vita®.


Do you ship to (my country)?

Fibro Vita® ships worldwide. At checkout you'll be quoted real-time rates for shipping to your country.

Is Fibro Vita® guaranteed?

Absolutely. Fibro Vita® is backed by our risk-free 90 day money-back guarantee.

How do I initiate a return?

Simply follow the instructions on our Policy

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Our Ingredients

Enhance Your Wellness Journey with Our Premium Dietary Supplement

Nattokinase NSP-2™

The miracle enzyme discovered at the University of Chicago Medical School that safely and quickly degrades the fibrin which is the primary cause of adverse symptoms in women with fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and fibrocystic disease.


Vitamin B6

A Vitamin that can help with the pain experienced by many women struggling with fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and fibrocystic disease.



Serrapeptase, an enzyme derived from silkworms, may offer potential benefits for women's health. These include reducing inflammation, improving circulation, relieving pain, supporting respiratory health, and promoting wound healing.



Black Cohosh Root

Black cohosh root is commonly used by women to alleviate menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and mood swings, regulate menstrual cycles, and potentially improve bone health.


PEA ( phenylethylamine )

PEA (phenylethylamine) is a compound believed to enhance mood, boost energy, aid in weight loss, and potentially improve libido in women.


Magnesium Oxide

Magnesium oxide is a supplement that can benefit women in several ways:

1. Supports menstrual health by alleviating PMS symptoms.
2. Contributes to bone strength, reducing osteoporosis risk.
3. Relieves muscle cramps and tension.
4. Helps manage stress and improve sleep.
5. Supports heart health by regulating blood pressure.