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Uterine Fibroids and Pregnancy – Becoming Pregnant With Fibroid Tumors Naturally

If you are already aware that you have fibroids and are thinking about starting a family, you may have been thinking about what the connection is between having fibroids and pregnancy problems.

Mostly, women becoming pregnant with fibroid tumors experience no serious problems and go on to delivery healthy babies. However, a small number of women will either experience problems conceiving or difficulties during the pregnancy or delivery.

The impact of fibroids is mainly twofold:-

Firstly, fibroids, regardless of their size, can block the entrances to the fallopian tubes or the cervix, making the passage of sperm impossible, thereby preventing conception

Secondly, larger fibroids can cause a number of problems. If you are pregnant with fibroid tumors, they have the potential block the cervix during pregnancy and can therefore cause delivery problems. Submucosal fibroids (those growing just below the lining of the uterus) can sometimes distort the uterine cavity, meaning that a fertilized egg cannot implant. In other cases, the egg may implant but is quickly miscarried, often before the woman even realizes she is pregnant. Sometimes, the fibroid can compete for space with the growing baby, and this is a common reason for women with larger fibroids delivering 2-3 weeks earlier than their due date.

For women with unexplained fertility issues, it is thought that between 40-80% of women who take action to shrink their fibroids using natural methods, or who have surgery, will eventually go on to have successful pregnancies, even though there was no obvious reasons why the fibroids were causing problems.

In general, having surgery if you are contemplating a pregnancy is not ideal as it can leave scar tissue and potentially weaken the uterus and if your fibroids are large, you could consider using a treatment to shrink fibroids naturally, as this is kinder to the body and more effective in the long term.

To learn more about the relationship between fibroids and pregnancy and for details of a completely guaranteed 7 Step Plan for Shrinking Fibroids, you may be interested in visiting my website Shrink Fibroids There you will find comprehensive information about various treatments and solutions as well as how uterine fibroids and infertility can be connected. You may also like to look at the dedicated page to the particular problems associated with being pregnant with fibroids. You can find the details at this link Fibroids and Pregnancy

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