Uterine Fibroids

Fibroids are a type of non-cancerous development that occurs in the muscle cells of the uterus, consequently forming a bulky uterus. From one to many, ladies can have an alternate number of fibroids fluctuating in size. It can be as smaller as a tiny seed to as larger as a bulky mass. These are found unexpectedly during pelvic assessments without a legitimate test. Furthermore, from that point onward, Imaging and lab tests are generally completed to affirm the presence of these fibroids.

Most women having fibroids experience no side effects, it makes the condition considerably more serious. However, women who experience no symptoms frequently need to make intense way of life changes to manage them. Experiencing fibroids can prompt questionable menses which further cause women to feel inconvenience and disquiet. What's more, the most difficult part of this condition is the manner in which it influences a woman's peace of mind.


Women having smaller tumors or the ones who have already achieved menopause, may not confront any symptoms since fibroids might shrink during or post-menopause as they experience a drop in their estrogen and progesterone levels which use to animate their development. 

  1. Delayed, weighty or unusual menstrual bleeding which frequently prompts the chance of iron deficiency.
  2. Serious pain in the pelvis. Pain in back and legs are also a symptom in many cases.
  3. Pain during actual intercourse
  4. Strain in the bladder prompts regular desire to urinate
  5. Abnormal abdominal swelling


  1. Hormones
  2. Family History
  3. Pregnancy

Uterine fibroids diagnosis

  1. Ultrasound Scan
  2. Pelvic MRI


  1. Medications
  2. Surgery

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