Join us on July 1, 2021 at 2 p.m. as Kandi Eastman from Majic 102.1 sits down with Houston Fibroids’s Dr. William Fox and Dr. Eric Hardee, along with Yolanda Rhodes, patient and ambassador for Houston Fibroids, to discuss fibroids and treatment options available.
If you’re wondering, are all fibroids the same, this read’s for you! All fibroids, (also called myomas or leiomyomas) are non-cancerous growths of muscular tissues. They all develop in and on a woman’s uterus. Yet not all fibroids will develop in the same location,
Mayor Sylvester Turner has designated the month of July as Uterine Fibroids Awareness Month to educate local women about uterine fibroids and the many treatment options available.
Have you ever wondered about problems with pregnancy and fibroids? When you learn that you have fibroids, it means that you have a non-cancerous tumor in your uterus. And, since your uterus is a large, layered organ, we classify and name fibroids based on where in your uterus they develop.
Every woman will experience unwanted period symptoms at some point. Because, let’s face it: sometimes having your period is a pain. Literally. You may get cramps. You may feel bloated or tired. But, as it turns out, some period symptoms should always be cause for concern.
If you’ve been diagnosed with uterine tumors, you may want to learn how to slow fibroid growth. After all, many women with fibroids have questions. Why did I get this kind of tumor? How fast will it grow? What can I do to slow down or stop the growth in my fibroids?
Even with uterine growths, many women can have children, but fibroids hurt fertility. Which is why these non-cancerous tumors of the uterus can make starting a family quite complicated.
Those who have been diagnosed with endometriosis or uterine fibroids may actually be suffering from adenomyosis. Learn more about this condition, and why it’s hard to diagnose, from our very own Dr. Eric Hardee on FOX 26 Houston: Read the full article: If you have any further questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment with Houston Fibroids,
When you undergo hysterectomy, we say you’ve gone through surgically induced menopause. Now, when you’re living with fibroids, your main concern is treating your symptoms. You just want to feel like yourself again. As soon as possible. But sometimes, in your rush to find a cure,
So many menstrual symptoms can leave you stuck with an adenomyosis vs endometriosis diagnosis. That’s because, if you experience painful periods, heavy bleeding, and chronic pelvic pain, your symptoms could mean a few different things. First, you could have fibroids. But there are two other diagnoses that might apply: endometriosis,
You’d think that everything comes easy for Olympians, including getting a fibroid diagnosis. After all, when we think about Olympic athletes, we think about strength, dedication and perseverance. And all three of those words aptly describe Tianna Bartoletta, a two-time Olympic athlete with three Track &