Fibroids sometimes go unnoticed as they don’t always cause symptoms. Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous growths in the uterus. Sometimes there are no signs or symptoms, so women only find out when they are failing to conceive or go to a doctor for a check-up. Fibroids were traditionally considered a condition for older women though they..
Alternative to Hysterectomy Uterine fibroids are often treated by means of a hysterectomy and are believed to be one of the most reasons for the procedure along with endometriosis and cervical dysplasia. A hysterectomy is a major and irreversible surgical procedure that can have various implications for a woman’s physical and emotional state. Despite the..
New Approach to Fibroid Treatment Uterine fibroids are a common occurrence in women over 30 years of age, causing a variety of symptoms. The symptoms range from annoying to debilitating. They may cause a change in menstrual bleeding, be accentuating it and/or prolonging it. This, in turn, causes tiredness which in itself can be debilitating…
How can Fibroids be treated? Uterine fibroids are benign tumours that occur in the wall of the uterus in women, generally between the ages of 30 and 50 years They may be inside the uterus attached to the wall by a “stalk” or they may be on the outer surface embedded in the wall. There..
“I’ve been told that I have fibroids and now I need surgery – they gonna cut it all out and do a hysterectomy”. This is all to common a phrase that we hear at Fibroidcare. When it comes to making a decision on how to treat your fibroids, there are many options available. Hysterectomy is just one option.