Typical Treatments for Fibroids
Fibroids are common benign tumors that occur in women. Some studies say that between 20 to 70 percent of women will get them by age 50. While other studies state that between 80 to 90 percent of black women will get them by that same age. The non-cancerous tumors can be a painful problem while others may not experience any symptoms. But, the tumors receive little attention in comparison to some female malignant tumors responsible for ovarian and breast cancer. Unfortunately, fibroids affect women in ways you may not be able to imagine. Fibroids have been responsible for cases of spontaneous abortion, pre-term delivery and cesarean sections. Continue reading “New Research for Fibroid Treatments”
Dealing with Fibroid Symptoms
Before you start any treatment for fibroids, you will no doubt be noticing symptoms. Backaches, bloating, constipation are some telltale signs of fibroids. Here is a guide to help you deal with some and the pain and discomfort that comes from fibroids.
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Celebrities who have suffered with Uterine Fibroids
Fibroids are a common disease affecting women all over the US and the world. Suffering with fibroids can be difficult and life changing. One of the worst things about the condition is the isolation many women feel. With feelings of shame, inadequacy, and loss- many women keep their pain to themselves.
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Surprising Symptoms of Fibroids
Fibroids are much more common than most women realize. In fact, some women live for years with symptoms and don’t even know that they have fibroids! Since these symptoms are common, people ignore them. Often, fibroids are the last thing that women suspect as being the cause of their issues. We have complied a list of common but surprising symptoms of fibroids.
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Americans die every year from surgeries that they don’t need. In fact, a study done by John Hopkins found that more than 250,000 people in the United States die every year because of medical mistakes. That makes surgery the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer.
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