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Surprise: Fibroid Surgery Doesn’t Help Fertility

Surprise: Fibroid Surgery Doesn’t Help Fertility

Fibroid tumors are non-cancerous growths that develop in and on a woman’s uterus. While not a life threatening condition, because of their location, they can cause many negative symptoms, including problems with fertility, menstruation, and your bowel and bladder function.  Women who have fibroids but still want to have children are often told surgery is their only option.

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Warning: Excess Weight Could Delay a Fibroid Diagnosis

Warning: Excess Weight Could Delay a Fibroid Diagnosis

Women with uterine fibroids typically experience symptoms like heavy or prolonged periods, weight gain, protruding bellies, constipation and pelvic pain. But what if you already experienced many of those symptoms because you were carrying extra weight? It would certainly make it harder to recognize an abnormal (but non-cancerous) growth in your uterus!