If you’re looking for relief from pelvic pain, you may need to know what causes adenomyosis. After all, this is a hard to diagnose condition, but it could be the cause of your pain. Here’s the story. Adenomyosis is a condition that causes many symptoms—like pelvic pain and heavy bleeding—that mimic fibroid symptoms.
Dr. Hardee Shares His Insight in Hysterectomy Alternatives Houston Fibroids’s Dr. Eric Hardee was featured with patient Yolanda Rhodes in The Hype Magazine Live Sessions discussing uterine fibroids and treatment alternatives to a hysterectomy. In this podcast, you’ll hear about Houston nurse Yolanda Rhodes’
Why is my period so heavy? It’s a question many women have to ask. Almost no woman is a huge fan of menstruating. But sometimes a heavy flow is really too heavy. If you’re soaking through a pad or tampon every few hours,
Maybe you’ve heard that the fibroid risk for black women is higher. In fact, black women are more than three times as likely to develop these uterine tumors than women of other races. But those are just the measured numbers.
Do you know the warning signs of Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (PCS)? While pelvic pain, incontinence and uterine fibroids often go hand in hand, these are also red flags for other serious conditions. One such problem is PCS, a medical problem that is triggered by internal varicose veins in your lower abdomen and pelvis.
Have you heard about CBD tampons and CBD lubes relieving period pain or painful sex? These days, there’s a lot of discussion about cannabidiol (CBD) products. Derived from the cannabis (marijuana) plant, CBD offers many potential therapeutic qualities without getting you high.
Let’s face it: it’s hard to talk about fibroids. Now, as fibroid specialists in Houston, we know that a fibroid diagnosis doesn’t have to change your entire life. But we also know how scary it can be to learn you have tumors in your uterus—even though they aren’t cancerous.
If you have fibroids, you may worry about future pregnancy. Uterine fibroids aren’t usually cancerous, which is good news. But they grow in your womb, and they’re very common during your reproductive years. Fibroids develop as single tumors or as multiple growths.
While uterine fibroids are extremely common, fibroids awareness is very low. Because of that, many of us are working to raise fibroids awareness. That includes Kamala Harris, who sponsored a bill to build understanding and offer better fibroid care in this country.
One of the biggest problems in women’s health is myths that keep you from asking the right fibroid doctor questions. Even though 70-80% of women can have fibroids during their life, many women don’t know what uterine fibroids are, and sometimes don’t learn about all of their treatment options.