Uterine Fybroids

uterine fibroids

The origins and history of Uterine Fibroids, coping and understanding the condition

Where do uterine fibroids come from?
Leiofibromyoma are non-cancerous tumours that arise from the smooth muscle layer and the tissues of the intimate female anatomy. Fibromyomas are the most shared form of benign tumour found in women, which usually found during the advanced stages of a females reproductive cycle.

While fibroid tumors are, mostly, not indicative of another condition, they can develop into larger problems and cause heavy and painful menstrual cycles, as well as discomfort during sexual intercourse. annoyance affected by Uterine Leiomyomas is the need the bathroom more often.

The rate of Fibroleiomyomas Based on research conducted by Wallach in 2004, uterine fibroids were found to affect 20-40% of women, so, if you are a fibroid sufferer, you can take strength from the fact that you are not alone.

How to identify the symptoms of Uterine Fibroids
The subsequent list shows some of the common symptoms that Fibroleiomyoma sufferers have. It’s important also to note here that if you have not yet been diagnosed with fibroids, but believe that you might be showing some of the early indications please take some professional clinical advice and contact your local GP.

Conditions of fibroids include

* Heavy bleeding (to a level whereby anaeamia is cause ) or painful monthly periods.
* The feelings of being ‘full’ in the pelvic abdomen zone.
* Swelling of the lower abdomen.
* Requiring the need to pee, often.
* Discomfort during sexual intercourse
* Pain in the lower back region.

Fibroids, where do they originate?
The primary reason of Fibromyomas is obscure, however, we do know that that they are tied to our hormone levels (being related to progesterone levels) because they grow during maternity and reduce in size with a course of anti-hormone medicine. We are also aware that as a female arrives in her 30s and 40s she is more likely to suffer from fibroids than a female in her 20s (fibroids end completely at the menopause). If family members have in the past experienced fibroids, there are increased risks of this being shared by another family member. By example if a woman’s mother suffered from fibroids, the chances of the daughter suffering from fibroids are about three times higher than the average. Overweight women are also at a higher risk of suffering from uterine fibroids, and for very heavy women, the risk is increases by two to three times the average.

How to tackle Uterine Fibroids?
Although there are hereditary factors that play a role in determining whether a woman suffers from fibroids of not, a balanced diet, that includes a small quantities of red meat combined with a high volume of fresh legumes, are considered good steps to combat the onset of fibroids.

We hope that this article outlines some useful information about the origins and symptoms of uterine fibroids. Find more information on our Fibroid resource page, and read about where you can find simple non-invasive treatments for this affliction.

About the author: Marjory Peters writes for Reduce Stress Now, http://www.reducestressnow.org

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