Symptoms Of Myoma


Fibroids And Its Symptoms

Fibroids ( also known as uterine fibromyoma, Leiomyoma and myoma) are growths or benign tumours that form inside the uterus.The actual cause of fibroids is not quite known yet, even though it does affect 4 out 10 women over the age of 40.Fibroids are associated with infertility, miscarriage and premature labour lengthy and painful periods.

Symptoms :

Abdominal swelling – if your belly is bulging out, but it feels hard when you touch it, this is a common symptom of fibroids. Many women with fibroids look pregnant when they are not, and find that the swelling gets worse over time.
Heavy menstruation – if you find that you’re constantly having to change your super plus tampons, or night time sanitary towels are not enough during your period, this is also a sign that fibroids are causing abnormal bleeding. Some bleeding can be so bad that blood transfusions are needed.
Abnormal bleeding – in addition to heavy bleeding, you may find that you’re spotting in between periods, or your periods are lasting 6 or more days. Some women also pass lots of heavy black clots in their menstrual blood.
Vaginal bleeding after menopause – women who have gone through menopause may experience bleeding after several years of not having periods.
Back pain, or pain in the back of the legs – women with fibroids sometimes experience pain in seemingly unrelated places. This is because the nerves that link the uterus to the brain are located near the nerves for the back and legs.
Cramps – fibroids can cause strong spasms, as the uterus recognizes them as foreign body that it needs to expel. It can feel to some women like they are going into labour, and the pain can be so bad that painkillers will not take it away.
Pelvic pain – this can come in the form of a constant dull ache, to sharp pains, depending on the type of fibroid. Some fibroids can compress other organs, and cause them to feel under pressure as well.
Urinary problems – women with large fibroids may experience frequent urination, as the fibroid presses on the bladder, or difficulty urinating, if the fibroid is blocking any part of the urinary system.
Constipation – fibroids pressing on the colon can prevent regular bowel movements, cause painful digestion, and are easily mistaken for irritable bowel syndrome. If you’re in a relationship, fibroids can also cause painful intercourse, depending on where the fibroid is located.
Infertility and miscarriage – fibroids can get in the way of conception, and having a healthy pregnancy. They can block fallopian tubes, prevent implantation from taking place, or in pregnant women, interfere with fetal development, or cause the uterus to spasm and miscarriage.

Before deciding on fibroids treatment, it is essential to consider the following:-

* The size of the fibroids
* The location of the fibroids
* If you are near to the menopause
* Whether you would like to have more/any children
* If the fibroids cause you any problems

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Frequently Asked Questions

    what are the symptoms of myoma?

    • ANSWER:
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      They are of two types.

      The (leiomyoma) occurs in the skin or gut but the common form is the uterine fibroid.

      (Rhabdomyomas) are rare tumors of muscles, they occur in childhood and often become malignant.

      To remove the tumor from the body, a myomectomy or hysterectomy is often required.

      This oncology article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it

    myoma …….?
    has anyone had this before just wanted to see what the symptoms are? and what kind of test do they run? are they painful? i know alot of questions sorry i don’t know if i have it but wanted to get tested for it thanks for all your info only serious answers please

    • ANSWER:
      I have two uterine myomas. I had constant dull pain around my lower abdomen. It wasn’t a bad pain. I really didn’t think much of it.

      I went in for my early exam and the ob/gyn said she felt something. I had an ultrasound done and they confirmed I have two.

      They aren’t painful for me. If they don’t go away on their own by the time I am ready to have kids. I might have to have surgery.

    Sub mucous fundal myoma uterus; size 3.5X3.0 cms Pls. explain is this symptoms of cancer or normal?
    Please recommend treatment

    • ANSWER:
      When a benign (not recurring or progressive) tumor grows in the muscles of the uterus, it is known as uterine Myoma.
      Hormonal treatment typically do not cure the Uterine Myoma. Rather, they give a temporary relief of the symptoms of Uterine Myoma. In addition, these hormones may have certain side effects. If these hormone treatments do not work, surgery is typically an option. Surgical options include the surgical removal of the Myoma tumors (known as an enucleation) or a complete hysterectomy. Recent advances in laser surgery may make this an option also. If this is the case, the surgery can become much less invasive, and can be done laparoscopically.

    i have myoma. is their a way to stop the growth of it?
    its in my uterine and it’s 1.6 cm is their any other way to stop the growth of it and treat it without surgery?? and i also feel confuse because im diagnosed with myoma but when i researd the symptoms its said there that “heavy bleedings” but i have irregular periods and sometimes absence. i need answers please. Thanks
    and is their a way to stop without surgery and without early menopause?

    • ANSWER:
      hey check this site out, it might help

    i would like to know about myoma or disease of uterus.Can you help me to search?
    tell me about the signs and symptoms of this disease and what to do

    • ANSWER:
      There are a few good sites which give a complete picture about myoma.


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