A 36-year-old female asked:
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fbrds r( 3×1.8×2.3)(3.4×2.6×2.6)(3.1×2.7×1.5)intrml. others 0.8cm to 2.9cm .ovulating.not concvg.pain n hvy bleeding.shld go for operation?

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Dr. Ian Hardy
Dr. Ian Hardy answered
26 years experience Fertility Medicine
Location location: Your fibroids individually are not very big but in sum are bigger than your uterus. They likely are contributing to your heavy periods. If wishing to conceive, would evaluate other potential causes before making decision whether to proceed with removal of fibroids.
Answered on Sep 27, 2013

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