Uterine Fibroids and Uterine Fibroids Symptoms - A Brief Discussion For Those Plagued By Them
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Common mainly to women of childbearing age due to the estrogen activity as believed, uterine fibroids and uterine fibroids symptoms affect many women. It is important to note that while some women may ...

Common mainly to women of childbearing age due to the estrogen activity as believed, uterine fibroids and uterine fibroids symptoms affect many women. It is important to note that while some women may experience symptoms related to fibroid tumors, other women may not experience any symptoms at all.

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  • 1. Uterine Fibroids and Uterine Fibroids Symptoms - A Brief Discussion For Those Plagued By Them By Terry Robbins
  • 2. Introduction Common mainly to women of childbearing age due to the estrogen activity as believed, uterine fibroids and uterine fibroids symptoms affect many women. It is important to note that while some women may experience symptoms related to fibroid tumors, other women may not experience any symptoms at all.
  • 3. Causes and Risk Factors
    • These tumors are non cancerous or benign and are the most common growths on a woman's uterus. If you experience no uterine fibroids symptoms while having them, your doctor may only discover them during a normal pelvic exam or using an ultrasound.
    • 4. The exact causes for fibroids remain unknown although there are certain risk factors that have been documented. While they affect women of all races, black women are affected more by fibroids than women of other races and usually develop them at an earlier age and of larger sizes than women of other races. Research has not been able to explain why this is so.
    • 5. There are additional risk factors that include a family history of these fibroid tumors, never being pregnant and having a baby, etc.
  • 6. Uterine Fibroids Symptoms As mentioned previously, some women may not experience fibroids symptoms and consequently may not require treatment. Some women may experience the following symptoms related to the tumors;
    • A menstrual cycle that is unusually heavy in addition to lasting for more days than usual. If your menstrual cycle lasts for at least seven days, you may have uterine fibroids.
    • 7. Fibroids grow slowly and when they reach a great size, they may press against the bladder or rectum leading to problems urinating and constipation respectively.
  • 8. Uterine Fibroids Symptoms cont.
    • Large fibroids can also increase the size of the stomach. If you notice a marked change in your stomach girth, it may signal the presence of fibroids.
    • 9. Another of the uterine fibroids symptoms is pelvic pain and pressure.
    • 10. Frequent urination has also been identified when fibroids are present.
    • 11. Additional fibroids symptoms include experiencing back pain due to the tumors pressing against the nerves in the spine. You may also experience pains in the upper thighs periodically.
  • 12. Conventional Treatment There are many conventional treatment options for uterine fibroids and uterine fibroids symptoms that may include your doctor prescribing hormonal medications to regulate estrogen production, various surgeries for more bothersome fibroids the most common of which is hysterectomies. Fibroids are the most common factor in women that have hysterectomies each year. A hysterectomy is usually the last resort. In women that do not experience any symptoms or have small fibroids the doctor may simply monitor the growth and properties of the fibroids over a period of time to ensure that there are no significant increases in size or the presence of any cancer causing properties.
  • 13. Conclusion If you are constantly plagued by fibroids and are looking for alternatives to conventional treatment methods to not only treat uterine fibroids symptoms but also cure fibroids for good, visit http://fibroidsandovariancysts.webs.com/ and discover natural treatment resources that will help you bid farewell to fibroids for good!