Fibroids In Cervix

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How much do you know about your own body? Women, listen up! There are uterine fibriods whose growth are affected by the hormones and estrogen on our uterine walls. Most women suffer from this condition but are unware of it.Grab A Copy Click here
Unfortunately, these fibroids are more common as we age. Though they are benign tumors, they can trigger a lot of discomfort.
Pain and heavy menstruation is one of the obvious results. About 33% women are affected by blood loss as well as anemia. Freguent need to urinate is another symptom. Large fibriods that press on the bladder reduce its capacity, make you have the feeling of neeing to urinate more and more often. And when the utrine fibriods are bloating, they can make women looks pregnant. What a horrible thing for the women who want to be slim! If you have a fibroid near the cervix, you will suffer pain while having sex. Most severely, there are many difficulties for you to have children if you have the fibriods within the wall of the uterus. Certainly, there are many other discomforts, such as bleeding in between periods, digestive problems, pelvic pain and so on.Grab A Copy Click here

Of course, there are many corresponding ways to deal with the fibriods problem. If you know you don’t want to have children anymore, you can choose to have a hysterectomy and the fibriods will go away forever. Another surgery option is to have a fibriod embolization. But all these suregries are difficult and expensive. Isn’t there a better way? There is!

In many cases, the antural way is better. First off, you should avoid taking birth control pills and choose a proper weight loss plan. Besides these steps, there are many diet changes to help you to control fibriods. Keep yourself from eating red meat, white bread, flour, etc. Keep yourself from agricultural fertilizers, pesticides, soft plastics, and any majorchemicals.If possible, you had better quit drinking regular milk. Organic or goat milk may be the best choice for you. Besides above ways, a unique, 7 step plan that has been developed by an alternative practitioner can provide the solution you need. Many thousands of women worldwide have used this plan to great success. Are you interested in trying it out?
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Frequently Asked Questions

    Can i still get pregnant with fibroids in cervix?
    ** sorry so long.. very sad.. ** serious help please as i am trying to be realistic and book a second opinion! **
    i am 42 and had my fertility workup. In the meeting she mentioned i had multiple fibroids , imtramural fibroids within the endocervical canal and the uterus sees larger then normal. 3.8 cm and 5.4 cm and the rest they can’t really measure due to shadowing? I really am nervous as the doctor is suggesting surgery to remove but i am afraid time is running out as we are at the reproductive doctors office. She says she can’t see follicles in left ovary and i am wondering if it is because of the fibroids. Tsh is low but we are working with the Thryoid doctor becuase my thyroid was extremely high. She suggests after the surgery try egg donations due to my egg reserve is low . My estridiol is 144 ? she didn’t say i was post menopausal just to come back after surgery if they can repair my uterous? My doctor whom i got two months of clomid did not mention my uterus a issue. There were still fibroids. Do i need a second opinion. The surgery will take six weeks off us trying to conceive. I am worried because i thought there would be more things to do to help conceive. I still don’t know why i am not ovulating at all just now we are requested to see a egg doner. We tried clomid for two months of course i did see the lines but i did notice slipper ** sorry tmi** but the ultrasound.. ( i had no idea you had to be there on certan days) i don’t know if it was too late or what. ON the 14th day the doctor was like just go to the repro doctor. NOthing about cervix. egg donation is quite a bit .. i am wondering is it even feasible to get pregnant at all. That was not mentioned as well.

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    Specimens listed on Hysterectomy path. report?
    This might sound ridiculous, but do the specimens that are listed on the pathology/medical reports mean that they were the organs removed during my hysterectomy? For example, in my operative report it lists “Specimens: uterus with multiple fibroids, cervix with both tubes and ovaries’ Those were removed, right? Yes, I should know about my surgery, but this part if very very important to me. Help!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Yes they removed uterus which had multiple fibroid: growths, the cervix, both tunes and ovaries.
      Think they got everything.
      Best of Luck

    Fibroids and high level of fluid in cervix?
    I have just had a scan and the nurse is referring me back to my GP…she told me that my scan showed fibroids and a high level of fluid in my cervix…I recently had a smear and the results came back OK….

    I am 37 and have never had children…I had been suffering painful, heavy periods since I was 10 years old and 4 years ago the consultant at the hospital rsaid I had edometriosis and recommended a D&C scrap and had the coil fitted about 4 years ago, which I though would stop fibroids, heavy bleeding etc…

    Now it appears that fibroids have grown in any case….

    I don’t want children and at the age of 37 if I wanted children I would have had them by now…will the dr’s recommend a hysterectomy as it seems the coil hasdone nothing to prevent the fibroids?

    Has anyone had a similar experience and what did the dr recommend?

    • ANSWER:
      If you do not want children then hysterectomy should treat your fibroids. However do not opt for any other form of fibroids surgery since all with the exception of hysterectomy only provide temporary fibroid cure. there are other options for uterine fibroids treatment like natural treatment for fibroids. This type of treatment concentrates on dietary alterations. lifestyle changes and liver detoxification to shrink fibroids naturally.—A-Crucial-Aspect-of-Uterine-Fibroids-Treatment&id=4655634

    I’m 36. Uterine fibroids and ovarian cyst….?
    No one in my family ever had such disease. My ob/gyn was recommending hysterctomy including ovaries and cervix.
    My biggest fibroids is 7 cm, other two are around 3 cm. My cyst is 2.2cm. Except being anemic, I don’t have other problems. I can’t tell what will affect my future life by doing total hysterctomy.The second opinion is just to leave ovaries.

    How could they say so easy? I don’t think I want to have children, (never had children) but castorating should not be treated that easy.

    So hard to get DIFFERENT ob/gyn appointment or finding the right one in this small state.

    When I told my doc about just removing “fibroids and cysts” he said “BUT IT might come back, so hysterctomy is an option,you don’t want children, just to let you know.”

    Well, I am young, and am worried about estrogen patch, outcome in the next 10+ years etc.

    WHY women’s mental & true psysical health won’t be forcused even more by knowing hysterctomy is #1 performed operation?

    No one cares?

    • ANSWER:
      I had a fibroid and some ovarian cysts many years ago. I had a Myomectomy. This is the surgical removal of ONLY the fibroid and the cysts. They have much less invasive ways of doing it today(my was done 23 years ago). Just because you may not have children, doesn’t mean you have to opt giving up your uterus. Keep your ovaries, if at all possible. Some of these things take years to grow. If they remove them now, and more do appear later in your life, menopause generally will make them shrink. It’s really your decision…If you are prone to cancer, removal of the organs is usually a good way to go. If not, hold on to them!

    Why does my cervix look like this? I don’t have any children!?
    My doctor said my cervix looks like that of a lady who has given birth and wants to run some more tests.
    I had a pap smear done and it was normal.
    She said my cervix is long and that there is a little bump on the end as if I had a baby.

    I have never had children in my life.
    I didn’t become sexually active until February of this year.I’m 27 years old.
    I did not get pregnant and I’m not pregnant now.

    I am really scared.
    She wants me to come back in 3 weeks and she wants to refer me to get a colpscopy done.

    What things could cause the cervix of a childless woman to look as if she had a child?

    Is this a sign of cancer?

    I have never had HPV(human papilloma virus) so there is just no way that I should have cervical cancer. HPV causes cervical cancer.I have never had no HPV. I use protection when I have sex and no the condoms haven ‘t busted or anything.

    Why does my cervix look like I had a child? I don’t have children and I have never been pregnant.

    Is it cancer? Is it fibroids? Is it incompetent cervix?

    Why would a childless woman have a cervix like that of a woman who has had a child?

    What is this?
    What could have caused this?
    I’m freaking out here because this doctor doesn’t have answers.
    I am getting really frustrated because I want to know whats going on.
    And if I do have cancer I want something done about it before it advances.
    Yet the doctor can’t explain why my cervix looks like I had a baby when I don’t even have children.

    What is this condition called?
    What is going on?
    Am I abnormal?
    Will this effect me having kids?

    • ANSWER:
      dont freak out. your doctor wants to run the tests to find out the problem..some women have abnormal shaped uterus and cervix’s its not too big of a deal. you’ll find out soon. try googling or reading books about the reproductive system and specifically the cervix to find out more info while your waiting to hear the results of the tests. (:

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