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.
There’s a lot of focus on black hair relaxers when it comes to understanding why women get fibroids. You see, uterine fibroids are just worse for black women than for any other group. African Americans develop these tumors three times as often as women of other races.
If you’ve been diagnosed with fibroids, you probably know that they are non-cancerous tumors that grow in your uterus. And, chances are, you experienced some fibroid symptoms before that diagnosis. Maybe your periods were really heavy. Or perhaps you experienced chronic pelvic pain.
Fibroid surgery vs UFE: how can you choose? Well, we’ve got some exciting news that may help! UFE is just as effective at treating fibroids as myomectomy surgery! Uterine fibroids are muscular tumors that develop in the wall of the uterus.
Have you ever wondered why you get cramps? Well, you probably expect at least a little cramping during your period. But when those painful cramps show up at other times of the month? It can be scary–and confusing! To help clear up all your questions,
Fibroid size can leave you with terrible symptoms, and even send you to the hospital. Now, many women are diagnosed with uterine fibroids each year. These are non-cancerous tumors that develop in and around your uterus. But not every fibroid diagnosis is the same.
Please take a moment to listen to these patient stories from Kandi Eastman about her experience in finding the right treatment method for her uterine fibroids at our office in Houston, TX. Watch the videos and schedule your appointment today. Patient Video 1: What To Do If Your OBGYN Says Hysterectomy Is Your Only Option For Fibroid Treatment Listen to Kandi’s story about uterine fibroid treatment at our office in Houston,
Houston Fibroids’ Dr. Eric Hardee and Dr. William Fox were featured in an article by The Katy News discussing uterine fibroids and the various treatment options they provide for this condition. According to these uterine fibroid specialists, ” A Hysterectomy isn’t the only option [for treating uterine fibroids]…there are other non-surgical treatment options.”
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.
Just before she made history as the first female VP, Kamala Harris introduced a new fibroid bill. Why? After all these years, we still don’t know why women develop these non-cancerous tumors. Thankfully, the Senator’s bill to fund fibroid research and education will change all that.