Uterine Fibroids And Bloating
If you are already aware that you have fibroids, you may well be worried about some of your symptoms or simply wondering if there are any simple steps you can take to eliminate them. If you have an enlarged abdomen, then it is likely that that your fibroids are responsible as uterine fibroids and bloating do go hand in hand!
Larger fibroid tumors become more noticeable as your body changes to accommodate them. For some women, this might be swelling like you experience during your monthly menstrual period. For others, this might be like a pregnancy and could vary from a small “3 month bump” to something resembling a 7 month pregnancy depending on the size and location of your fibroids. This type of fibroid bloating can give you a sense of fullness and discomfort in the abdomen as the fibroid grows and takes up room which should be occupied by your internal organs. Although not usually dangerous, this swelling can be very uncomfortable and can begin to affect the quality of your life.
There are a couple of steps you can take to combat uterine fibroids and bloating. First of all, try resting with your legs lifted for a few minutes during the day. Also, try to ensure that your diet does not encourage stomach gas as whilst the two are not connected, if you are already bloated due to fibroids, you need to minimize the impact of other issues.
The best step you can possibly take is to look at how you can begin to shrink your fibroids naturally. The problem with uterine fibroids and bloating is that this is not a problem which will go away on its own. Most women will find that unless they take proactive steps, their fibroids will increase over time, causing the problem to worsen.
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Frequently Asked Questions
what would you do with three 5cm fibroids causing pain, bloating and bleeding? what to see if they grow?
Or have a hysterectomy. I have about 12 to 15 years before menopause and am done childbearing.
Then what are you waiting for? Get that stuff taken out and quit worrying about it all the time!
anyone with uterine fibroids? do you have chronic bloating?
is it worse after you eat?
how do you deal?
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Is it possible for fibroids to recur within 2 years of surgery to remove them?
I know new fibroids can develop after a myomectomy. But so soon? I’m having similar symptoms as I did when I was first diagnosed: bloating that doesn’t seem entirely due to GI problems, a lump in my lower abdomen, sharp abdominal pains and heavy periods. I assume it’s fibroids again. But what else could those symptoms be from?
Yes it is. You should go get checked to make sure that is all it is.
Has anyone ever had painful left pelvic pain along with bloating and nausea?
I have a history of Endometriosis and Fibroids. I had the surgery to clean everything up about 8 years ago. I get this pain once every 6 months or so. It is very tender to the touch and hurts to even move. I am going to make a dr. appt. in the morning. I have aches and pains in my legs. I have not had a period since the surgery. Any idea what it could be?
I actually have the same problem, and it’s a result of Fibroids (although I haven’t had them removed). I would get it checked out.
What are some of symptoms of uterine fibroids?
I had a late miscarriage in January. I lost the baby because some sort of tissue has wrapped around the umbilical cord and cut it off. Since the miscarriage I have had light periods, been constantly looking and feeling bloated, and I am very sensitive to touch around where my uterus is. I know I sound crazy but I have been ignoring how I feel for a long time and I just want to know if I have any cause for concern. Thanks!
heavy or painful periods, abominal discomfort, bloating, painful defecation, backache, and frequent urination.