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I have myoma Can I pregnancy?

By Anonymous November 9, 2011 - 7:18am
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My name is Kikias

I am 28 years old, I'm single I will marred after 3 months
I have fibroid my fibroid size is 9x11cm I'm always wired about this things please help me. Can I get baby?

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER and thanks for your question. 

Most fibroids do not cause symptoms, and do not require treatment. A 'wait and see' approach is sometimes adopted.

  • Fibroids may require treatment in the following circumstances:
  • Fibroids are growing large enough to cause pressure on other organs, such as the bladder.
  • Fibroids are growing rapidly
  • Fibroids are causing abnormal bleeding
  • Fibroids are causing problems with fertility.

Treatment options

Treatment depends on the location, size and number of the fibroids, but may include:

  • Drugs - such as hormones, used in combination to shrink the fibroids prior to surgery.
  • Hysteroscopy - the fibroids are removed via the cervix, using a hysteroscope.
  • Laparoscopy - or 'keyhole surgery', where a thin tube is inserted through the abdomen to remove the fibroids.
  • Open surgery - larger fibroids need to be removed via an abdominal incision. This procedure weakens the uterine wall, and makes Caesarean sections for subsequent pregnancies more likely.
  • Hysterectomy - the surgical removal of some, or all, of the uterus. Pregnancy is no longer possible after a hysterectomy

It's best to talk to your doctor and let him know your concerns. You doctor can work with you, in choosing the best treatment.

Here's a link that can help.




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