Fibroids are non-cancerous growth in the uterus that can develop during a woman’s childbearing years. Fibroids size can be in a form of seedlings that are undetectable by the human eye to building masses that could enlarge the uterus. Fibroids can be in single or multiple cases and can reach the rib case to result in weight gain.
Small Fibroids do not often need treatment but larger Fibroids can be treated with the surgeon.
Fibroids do not usually have symptoms, but for those who experience the symptoms, it can be influenced by the location, size, and number of Fibroids.
For women who experience the symptoms of Fibroids, see possible symptoms:
• Frequent urination is caused when Fibroids put pressure on your bladder.
• Heavy menstrual bleeding
• Menstruation Period lasting more than a week.
• Pelvic pressure
• Leg pain
• Low red blood cell count
• Increased abdominal distension, causing your abdomen to look pregnant.
• Mild or severe cramps or pain during mensuration.
Because Fibroid symptoms vary, the treatment plan for Fibroids will vary too.
Visit your doctor for proper guidance and diagnosis.
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