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Uterine Fibroids During Pregnancy – Are You Pregnant With Fibroid Tumors?

If you have fibroids and thinking about starting a family, you may be wondering about the effects of uterine fibroids during pregnancy. Although there can be consequences, most women who are pregnant with fibroid tumors have successful pregnancies.

However, being prepared and having some knowledge of the circumstances where this could be an issue is wise as it is undeniable that in a small number of cases, problems can occur. There are two main issues surrounding fibroids during pregnancy-Size and Location.

* Size – Larger fibroids can cause problems particularly when located just underneath the uterine lining (submucosal). These can distort the inside of the uterine cavity to such an extent that it makes implantation impossible. Alternatively, even if implantation occurs, an early miscarriage can happen, often before the woman even realizes she is pregnant. If a successful pregnancy happens, larger fibroids can cause complications such as bleeding, longer and more complicated deliveries and premature birth, as the growing baby fights for space.

* Location – Both small and large uterine fibroids during pregnancy can cause problems if they are located at the entrance of either the fallopian tube or the cervix as they block the passage of the sperm, preventing it reaching the egg.

As fibroids rarely grow during pregnancy, if the size is manageable to begin with and they are not located in a position which is likely to cause problems, they can be safely left alone. However, as fibroids are not a “natural” state and represent an imbalance within the body, you can use a natural treatment to shrink fibroids if you wish.

With regard to problematic fibroids, conventional treatment is rarely appropriate prior to pregnancy as surgery can weaken and scar the uterus and can lessen the chances of a successful pregnancy. However, natural treatments which concentrate on treating the root causes can be extremely effective if used properly and this is an option you may like to consider.

If you are considering becoming pregnant with fibroid tumors, you can get comprehensive information about fibroids by visiting my website Shrink Fibroids There you will find comprehensive information about various treatments and solutions, including details of a comprehensive 7 Step Plan for Shrinking Fibroids Naturally.

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You may also like to look at the dedicated page to the particular problems associated with having uterine fibroids during pregnancy. You can find the details at this link Fibroids and Pregnancy


Frequently Asked Questions

    How dangerous is a cyst on your ovary or fibroids in your uterus?
    can it stop you from having kids?
    have have iiregular periods and i don’t usaully get serious cramping or anything but sometimes i feel a little minor sharp pain around my ovaries and stuff.

    and also i was asking before i did a sonogram today but im not pregnant, ihave to come in get my results in five weeks.

    • ANSWER:
      I had a very large cyst that strangulated my ovary and when they went in to remove the cyst, they had to take the ovary too–it couldn’t be saved.

      However, my gyno told me that it didn’t really impact my fertility or ability to have kids later. We’re born with way more eggs than we’ll ever need so losing one ovary doesn’t mean I can’t have kids.

      He explained that what happened to me was essentially bad luck–nothing could have been done to prevent it and just because its happened once doesn’t mean it’ll happen again.

      Most women have ovarian cysts and never even know it–they just go away by themselves without ever becoming painful or dangerous.

      I hope that helps.

    I am 35yrs old & just had surgery to remove uterine fibroids. My right ovary was removed due to a dermoid cyst?
    This operation resulted with the doctor having to remove my right ovary. I am not married & have no children. I would really like to have a child sometime soon. My question is what are my chances of becoming pregnant with one ovary especially at my age? Also would my menstral cycle change? How often would I ovulate?

    • ANSWER:
      I would have to tell you, that its probably not good. You have half the chance with just one ovary. And you have also had surgery on your uterus. And you are 35. I would talk to your doctor about it. I’m not sure how often you ovulate or have a cycle. Write down all of your questions and take them to an OB GYN. They are the experts.

      Im sure its not impossible, you could maybe consider IVF??

    What can be done about fibroids on an ovary? ?
    I don’t want to fall victim to having to pop pills – options?

    scenario – I am 42, have had 4 children, don’t want anymore
    constant heavy flow – bad cramps and I just want it all to stop

    • ANSWER:
      I mean no offense in anyway, but you are middle aged with children and have no desire to have more. You are the perfect candidate for a hysterectomy. Everything will stop then.

    How common are fibroids on the ovary? And is ultrasound sensitive enough to diagnose one vs other masses?

    • ANSWER:
      fibroids are a disease of the uterus not the ovaries, ultrasound is a fairly sensitive test to diagnose ovarian masses, good luck

    My aunt has fibroids in her right ovary?
    My aunt is 53 yrs old, she had her uterus removed when she was 35 yrs old and kept her ovaries, she just found out that she has fibroids in her right ovary. Should she have her ovaries removed ? what are the cons and pros.
    Thank you for your answers

    • ANSWER:
      they can try to treat these without having to remove them. once she has her ovaries removed she will go into menopause (if shes not there already). i would advise her to keep them if possible. you dont want surgery unless absolutley needed.

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