Fibroids And Menstrual Cycle

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. QUESTION:
      Can fibroids stop your menstrual cycle?
      My period is very late and I am not pregnant. The doctor says I have signs of fibroids: lower back pain, pelvic pain, fatigue, etc. Can fibroids stop a menstrual cycle?
      I want to reiterate… I just got back from my doctor and I am NOT pregnant.

      • ANSWER:
        Fibroids can alter your menstrual cycle as can any tumour. I know it’s the word tumour is scary but Uterine Fibroids are non cancerous.

        If your concern is over having a child, I would look at options sooner rather than later as to having one, as a histerectomy would probably be the most appropriate option.

        This may not be what you want to hear but unfortunately it is for the best. Rather it take your ability to have children than your life.

        However, don’t take this as a definitive comment as obviously it differs with each individual as to how the fibroids affect them.

    2. QUESTION:
      Is severe bleeding/clotting normal during your first menstrual cycle after a hysteroscopy to remove fibroids?
      I had a hysteroscopy and laparoscopy 3 weeks ago to remove two uterine fibroids and endometriosis on the outside of my uterus. My first post operative menstrual cycle just started. I have the worst menstrual cramps, bleeding and clotting of my life. Is this normal after a hysteroscopy? Thanks for any help.

      • ANSWER:
        From my experience, I had mayomactomy ( to remove fibroids) in 2005. 3 days after the surgery I had my period and it was as heavy as it was before the surgery. I had the surgery because I had so many fibroids and heavy bleeding during the period. The situation wasn’t better after the surgery as my doctor said they could not remove all the fibroids as they were so tiny. So I had heavy bleeding after the surgery as well. If the doctors would remove all the fibroids they might not be able to keep my uterus.
        I think you have tiny fibroids left inside the uterus. Go to your doctor and have a good check up.

    3. QUESTION:
      do fibroids tumors come during menstrual cycle and leave after your menstrual is over?

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    4. QUESTION:
      Anyone else suffer from recurrent breast fibroids?
      I have a recurrent breast fibroid, with my menstrual cycle.. been about 6 months… had numerous tests but they say nothing to worry about… as it always goes away fully… i have it now and its really painful this time… 2 inches long ish same place… anyone know of any remedies or treatment?? can we just live with these?? or is it best to have surgery ?

      • ANSWER:
        This is a common complaint during menstration. it is normal but unfair for the most part to the female. I suggest contacting you ob/gyn and see if u can get some tasty painkillers out of it all for your troubles!

        I hope this helped friend!

    5. QUESTION:
      Abnormal menstrual cycle? I NEED HELP!!!?
      OK, this may end up being a little long, but I need to know. And before I start, let me just say, I have NOT been to the doctor yet, mainly because I’m too scared to find out what is wrong.

      I have been having really weird, abnormal periods for a little over a year now. I track how long my period is every month on a small calendar that I carry in my purse. The troubles really began in July-August of ’08, I had my period starting July 18th, but it didn’t END until August 28th!!! I went for 6 weeks! And then September came and I started on the 12th, ended on the 19th. One week. October I started on the 26th and ended on November 1st. Then for the rest of November and all of December, I didn’t have a period, at all! Then in January of this year, I started on the 12th, ended on the 22nd. This period was VERY light and instead of being a bright red color, it was brown and pink with very little red mixed in. And then in February, I started on the 9th, it’s now the 6th of March and I’m still going strong. I’m not bleeding heavily, but it IS steady. A couple of times in the last week it seemed like I was going to stop bleeding, but then an hour or two later, I would start bleeding more steadily again.

      I’m not on birth control, in fact it’s the opposite, my husband and I have been trying to conceive since October, but haven’t been successful yet. My question is, does this sound like just a regular cyst on one or both of my ovaries, or is something more serious? I’ve researched all over the internet about abnormal periods and haven’t been able to find anything. I don’t have the symptoms for uterine fibroids, I don’t really have any symptoms at all, other than regular “period symptoms” like mild cramping, lower backache and headaches and bloating. Which if I take Pamprin or Midol, those go away for a few hours, so they’re not bothersome at all, other than they’re a constant to go along with all of my bleeding.

      If this is just cysts, what will the doctor do? What can I expect as far as an exam and treatment? Should I be as worried and scared of this as I am? Is there a “natural cure” for this, something I can do on my own? Please don’t be rude, I’m seriously worried sick about this and would really like to know what’s going on, but at the same time I don’t. Does that make sense? If it’s nothing serious, then I want to know, but if it’s major, I’m scared to find out!

      • ANSWER:
        ok, your symptoms are somewhat similat to mine! I had a transvaginal ultrsound and they found fibroids in my uterus! You really need to see a doctor because if you are having trouble with your period as i am & you have not been successful with pregnancy you may have fibroids, cysts, endometriosis etc… It may be nothing which i hope! but the only way to really know is by having the correct tests done! good luck. also, if it’s cysts or fibroids or something else, the doctor can do procedures that will not affect your fertility!


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