Fibroids

"Fibroids, also known as uterine fibroids, are benign tumors that develop in the uterus."

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What are fibroids?

Fibroids, technically called uterine fibroids or leiomyomas, are non-malignant growths that originate in the uterus. Composed primarily of muscular and connective tissue, these tumors are very common and affect numerous women in different stages of their lives, especially during reproductive age.

It is crucial to emphasize that the majority of fibroids do not develop into cancer and can be effectively managed with proper guidance and treatment provided by healthcare professionals. If you have concerns about fibroids or are experiencing symptoms that are causing you worry, please contact us, and we will address your case immediately.

Some characteristics of fibroids include:

  1. Benignity: Fibroids are non-malignant tumors, which means they are not cancerous. However, their growth and location can cause uncomfortable symptoms and health issues.

  2. Variability in size and location: Fibroids can vary in size from small and nearly imperceptible to larger and more prominent. Similarly, they can be located in different parts of the uterus: within the uterine wall, on the outer surface, or near the cervix.

  3. Symptoms: Fibroids can be asymptomatic in many women and only be detected during routine medical exams. However, some common symptoms include heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, pain during sexual intercourse, frequent urination, and a sensation of abdominal bloating.

  4. Causes: While the exact causes of fibroids are not fully understood, it is believed that genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors can influence their development.

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