Advanced Fibroids Treatment available in South Africa.
Fibroid Care is a collective resource in South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana, specializing in treating Fibroids using advanced fibroids treatment options. Our consultancy and collective resources offer fibroids treatment in South Africa known as the Uterine Fibroids Embolization which is an excellent alternative to surgery for women suffering from fibroids. Fibroid Care specializes in fibroids treatment through Fibroid artery embolization, we are well positioned to work with you to help choose the correct fibroids treatment for your unique situation.
We have partnered with several hospitals to offer advanced fibroids treatment in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. These include:
- Netcare Femina Hospital -Pretoria
- Rondebosch Medical Centre – Cape Town
- Welwitschia Hospital – Walvis Bay, Namibia
- Heart Mediclinic – Pretoria
- Vergelegen Mediclinic – Somerset West, Cape Town
Resources and Transradial Approach for Uterine Fibroid Embolisation
Below are links to several recent journal articles that we feel might be informative to you.
Visit Transradial approach for uterine fibroid embolization to learn about our new Transradial approach for uterine fibroid embolization.
What Patients Say
The result for me is I don’t feel tired anymore. I feel younger than I was then. I have far more energy and a flatter looking tummy. It’s been just over a year now. My fibroid is still there but it is a lot smaller and lighter
Before UFE, during my cycle I would bleed for 10 days. But after UFE I only bled for 3-4 days and significantly less. All the other symptoms I experienced before had improved as soon as three months. I had so much energy afterward. I even started running—it was that drastic
I was thrilled to find an option other than major surgery to solve my problems with fibroids. Better yet was the fact that my recovery was days, not weeks. I missed only one day of work and was swimming even before returning to work. As time passes, I continue to be thankful for this procedure and for Dr Lawson being there throughout the embolization as well as for his continuing follow ups.