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Uterine Fibroids and Pregnancy Dangers

Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths with the uterus that cultivate from your tissue of the uterus. A sole cellular will repeatedly reproduce and over time it will create a organization, rubbery mass. Fibroids commonly seem in the course of a girl’s childbearing years and although they do not typically interfere with conception and pregnancy, there is actually a slightly greater risk of troubles if you happen to be pregnant.

Some of your problems that may take place throughout pregnancy are:

miscarriage

early labor

premature delivery

abnormal fetal stance

separation of your placenta through the uterine wall

These pregnancy risks very generally retain women from making an attempt to acquire a child for fear of problems. This would not have to be. Your uterine fibroids should not scare you absent from having a baby.

You’ll find numerous remedy alternatives readily available today which includes medications and surgical procedure. If that you are wanting to develop into pregnant, medicines could possibly have part effects and several women do not want medical procedures simply because with the hazards and expense. For girls that really don’t even have insurance plan, surgery treatment is fully out in the question.

If you really feel the identical way, then there is often a treatment selection that is excellent in your case. Organic solutions are getting used far more regularly now mainly because they do really get the job done. The very best aspect is usually that you will discover no facet results like it is possible to get from medications and no surgery pitfalls. Healthy therapies can also assist you to get pregnant if you are having trouble conceiving.

If you’ve got uterine fibroids and are really serious about wanting to develop into pregnant, you then owe it to oneself as well as your baby to deal with them inside the healthiest, safest and most organic way possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Can uterine fibroids cause weight gain?
    I have a follow up appt with my doctor on Friday to determine if he found uterine fibroids. I just wanted to know if weight gain is a side effect. I’ve noticed in the past year I have had some weight gain but I have not changed any part of my lifestyle including my diet. If anything I eat a little less and healthier. Does anyone know about this?

    • ANSWER:
      I think the fibroids in themselves can sometimes get quite large and heavy. It might also pay to get your ovaries investigated for Poly-cystic Ovary Syndrome, which can cause weight gain.

  2. QUESTION:
    Uterine Fibroids???
    ok im only 25 and i have a fibroid on the left ovary the size of a tennis ball. It took the doctors forever to discover it because they feel i’m too young to have any major problems in and around my uterus. Anyway I believe the tumor(fibroid) is causing my stomach to increase in size because of how big it it. Not only that, my Doc claims there may may another one on the left side that right now is small and he wants to keep a close eye on it to see if the left side goes down before doing surgery. That’s complete BS to me! The tumor on the right side may be increasing and causing me to gain massive weight.
    I want to know if it’s all in my head that i’m gaining weight in my stomach because of the tumor, or am i just getting Fat! I use to be so small, now i weigh 140 at 5’8 which isn’t that big but for me it is bigger than i’ve ever been. I now go to the gym disregarding the fact that there is a tennis ball in my stomach in hopes of slimming back down but am I just waisting my time??

    • ANSWER:
      hello – slow down a bit – fibroids are in the womb (sometimes swelling outwards) and your ovaries are NOT in your womb or the same as your womb. Lumps on ovaries are normally referred to as cysts. A tennis ball sized fibroid might make your abdomen swell, but think about pregnancy and how big a baby is before a woman ‘shows’. Your stomach might be retaining fluid…if you are only 25 its no wonder your Dr wants to wait before surgery – any surgery carries risk – usually you are offered eg mirena coil if there is pain or heavy bleeding – you aren’t too young to have major problems, but it is less likely – what do you mean by gaining massive weight? If you are sure about this, get yourself back to your Dr (and actually I think you should anyway – you sound awfully confused about your anatomy) . Look up fibroids on the net – there are some very good US and UK based sites with diagrams, validated by doctors – try NHS for the UK (that is the state run health service) – I’m assuming you are american but I’m not sure why. And try not to worry; but you should always question calmly and confidently and if you don’t agree or understand ask again, or get a second opinion. Also a fibroid won’t stop you going to the gym. Most fibroids are just an overgrowth of muscle tissue, completely benign and nothing to freak about (especially if you aren’t bleeding heavily). Lits of women have them and lead perfectly normal lives – but don’t let that stop you honestly assessing any problems you personally have.

      On the other hand cysts on your ovary, if that is what you have might be polycystic ovarian syndrome PCS, which will make it harder to lose weight – its chicken and egg really, no-one seems to know whether you get PCS because you are fat or you get fat because you have PCS. My understanding of PCS is that they encourage you to lose weight because you can be prone to problems if you don’t, and that it is much harder to lose weight (but not impossible it just takes longer). Again, get back to your Dr and check what is wrong.

  3. QUESTION:
    im almost certain that my hormones are imbalanced.i need to tell my mom.but im afraid &dont know what to say..?
    there are symptoms of imbalanced hormones & i have 11 of the following …

    Allergy symptoms, Depression, fatigue and anxiety, Endometriosis, Fibrocystic breasts,Hair loss and facial hair growth, Headaches, dizziness and foggy thinking, Low sex drive, Osteoporosis, PMS, urinary tract infections and incontinence, Uterine fibroids, Weight gain, water retention and bloating, Wrinkly skin

    • ANSWER:
      I’m the same I’m 28 I’m a obgyn so wat u need to do is go to ur mom show her the info u got let her know u r serious. Get this in check rite away its much harder wen u get older .try not to be scared to go to ur mom this is ur health not a question about boys. And for future advice don’t ever be scared to tlk to a doc we c more crazy stuff then u can imagine and this is so common that I’m not surprised. But in my opinion it could be ur Harmons and age. they r not fully ready.

  4. QUESTION:
    Hormone imbalance?
    How quickly do hormone imbalance symptoms appear? My doctor thinks that I have an issue with this but I don’t go back until July 7. I haven’t had any testing done and he is basing his conclusion on the fact I haven’t had a period since May 4. (All pregnancy tests negative – and I dont feel preggo so I don’t think its that).

    Here are some of the symptoms I have found by searching online…I dont have ANY of them.

    • Allergy symptoms
    • Depression, fatigue and anxiety
    • Endometriosis
    • Fibrocystic breasts
    • Hair loss and facial hair growth
    • Headaches, dizziness and foggy thinking
    • Low sex drive
    • Osteoporosis
    • PMS
    • Urinary tract infections and incontinence
    • Uterine fibroids
    • Weight gain, water retention and bloating
    • Wrinkly skin
    I haven’t had a period since May 4. No symptoms of anything like this and yes, my period was always extremely normal. 29 day cycles, month to month for about 15 years. Even when I got on the pill, which was a year ago, I only stopped taking it because I missed my period – doctors orders. But my period should have come on June 1. I am now about 24 days late. (Next period due June 30).
    Thanks logical, but I was on the pill for the past year and regular before and during the time I took the pill. I am just trying to find out how long it takes to notice symptoms of a hormone imbalance since the doctor is so sure thats what it is. (He thinks that as of June 16).

    • ANSWER:
      There’s alot of reasons period can be late or go missing, and often taking birth control or some other med can help. Don’t worry too much about it.

  5. QUESTION:
    Can a blood pregnancy test show false negative?
    My last period was on 15th of Dec.and today is Feb 19th. I had a home preg. test positive actually three of them. Went to Dr. and had urine and blood preg. tests done and both were negative. I have also been having other symptoms. Breast pain/tenderness tingly nipples and have gone from a 36 C to a 38 or 40 C also nausea and weight gain really bad mood swings too. Can the tests both be wrong? And what else could be going on if I am not pregnant? Can anyone answer this from experience or professionally or even give me something to reference. I am really confused here and am sure something is happening here but unsure what.
    I do have a history of ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids. I am also 44 years of age. If that helps. These are my symptoms. Any good advice or answer would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      YES!!! Oh my goodness!!! I work in a doctors office as an MA and I also do phlebotomy, which is taking blood. So one of my co-workers was complaining that she was getting really nauseous lately. So the doctor we work for (he’s also her PCP) gave her two pregnancy tests. First, the ordinary dip stick pee test. And then a blood test. The urine dip test came back positive, though the line was a tad faint. So then we sent out her blood. We called to get a rush on it (cause we can lol) and the next day we had her results….a resounding negative. She was so relieved cause her bf was not the nicest of guys. Anyway, I was like ‘what about the urine test?’ But everyone dismissed it because clearly blood is a better test right? Not so much, not if it’s too early. The hCG urine test happened to pick up on it first. A few days later she took another one which came out VERY clear. We sent out her blood once again because she was still very nauseous and her urine test looked pretty damn +. That time it finally came back positive, confirming her pregnancy once and for all. So yes, in short, it is possible. I have seen it happen. If it is too early, it can happen. Your best bet is to take a couple urine tests as well. Then if they are negative and you still don’t get your period, take another blood test.
      Good luck doll! <3<3



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