The first stage is what we refer to as Enzymatic Detoxification. During this period, your body is first introduced to enzymes. A systemic enzyme formula, like Neprinol, will begin by thinning the blood and removing excessive toxicity that your body has built up. Years of buildup on the inside of artery walls, as well as the mucosa of the colon and gastrointestinal system are stripped away and excreted. During this period you may experience mild headaches, fatigue, pungent urine, vaginal spotting, softened stool or diarrhea.
During the second stage, you will begin to increase your Neprinol dosage and start to really break down the fibrin. We refer to this stage as the Therapeutic Stage. You may still notice softer bowel movements during the Therapeutic Stage. This is primarily due to the amount of fibrin being excreted through the bowels. The Therapeutic Stage can last anywhere from 3-9 months depending on your body's reaction to enzymes and the excessiveness of the fibrin. It is important to schedule regular doctor visits to measure your progress through ultrasound. Your doctor will be able to accurately tell you if you are making progress.
When your fibroids are under control, you need to start the third stage. This is called the Maintenance Dose, and usually consists of a 1/2 or a 1/3 of the Therapeutic Dose. This stage is equally important as the second stage because it is your goal to keep your fibrin levels low and under control. Taking Neprinol for fibrin is extremely cost effective at the maintenance stage. As little as one capsule, twice daily, can keep excessive fibrin from returning. Other enzymes require at least three pills, three times a day.