What You Should Know About Uterine Fibroids

    Uterine Fibroids is among the health complications that currently affects most women worldwide. Most women who suffer from Uterine Fibroids don’t actually know that they have this health complication. Uterine Fibroids can sometimes make the life of a woman unbearable. This is mainly because it leads to the development of muscles inside or just outside the uterus.

    The good news is you can easily treat Uterine Fibroid, especially if a doctor detects it during the early stages. One thing you should remember is that the real reason behind Uterine Fibroids is not known, although there are some theories that try to explain this. Some doctors believe that Uterine Fibroids is a genetic disorder while others associate it with a decrease in estrogen levels during menopause.

    It is advisable that you seek medical attention once you detect symptoms of Uterine Fibroids. This is regardless of the reasons behind Uterine Fibroids. Some of the symptoms of Uterine Fibroids include: Constipation, Increase in overall body weight, reproductive problems like infertility, frequent urination, pain in the pelvic area and heavy bleeding that may last for quite some time, to mention a few.

    Most women will not experience these symptoms especially if the Uterine Fibroid is very small. However, you should visit a doctor if you notice any sign and symptom of Uterine Fibroids. Your doctor will then have to diagnose the health complication using an annual pelvic examination. If this method does not work then your doctor can decide to use MRI, Ultrasound or Hysteroscopy. With these methods, it will become easy to identify the severity of Uterine Fibroids.

    Uterine Fibroids should not make your life a living hell since there are a number of treatment methods that work effectively. The treatment method that your doctor will use depends on age, size and location of the fibroids. The doctor may decide to administer medications like Lupron and GnRHA, which are Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Agonists (GnRHa). However, these medications may end up causing side effects like depression, hot flashes and decreased sex drive.

    The most suitable treatment method for Uterine Fibroids is surgery. This is mainly because a surgery will remove the Uterine Fibroid while at the same time preventing the recurrence of this condition in future. There are two types of surgery to treat Uterine Fibroids i.e. Myomectomy and Hysterectomy. With Hysterectomy, the doctor removes the whole uterus. This makes it impossible for patients to get children in the future.


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