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Can Fibroids Cause Nausea
Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. 1 of every 3 women of child-bearing age have these tumors and up to 80% of african-american women have fibroids. They are often asymptomatic but they can also cause significant symptoms. It is the most common cause of heavy menstrual bleeding. Pelvic pain and increased urinary frequency ...Read more
I have fibroids and cysts on ovary. This causes severe pain and I look pregnant with nausea. What can be done.?
Or drainage or bleeding.
Be examined, ultrasound or pelvic. ...Read more
Unlikely: Probably not. Go back to your doctor and seek cause of problems. ...Read more
I've had 2 children, 1 surgery to remove uterine fibroids and endometriosis. I started spotting today, why does pms/mensus cause nausea?
Hormones: There is a rise in hormones called prostaglandins before and during your period, Prostaglandins help stimulate the uterus to shed its lining. Thus, they can cause menstrual cramps. They can also stimulate bowel contractions (peristalsis) which, in some women, can cause nausea. Menstrual cramps may cause further nausea due to the nervous system's response to pain. ...Read more
I just found out that I have an overly large fibroid size of a mellon I feel so sick I have nausea and pain all the time what will help the nausea?
I have endo, fibroids, and an ovarian cyst. In constant pain but it has become worse. I cant sleep or get any relief. Nausea, abdominal, back and thig?
See a doctor: You need to get checked and make sure you don't have an emergency like a twisted ovary or bad infection. ...Read more
Hi, can a fibroid mimic pregnancy symptoms like nausea, bloating, slight cramping, headaches, food aversions, and backache and darkening areola?
Some symptoms: They can cause pain, urinary frequency and urgency if large enough as well as back pain. However, they don't exhibit the hormonal changes that cause darkening of the areola. Fibroid torsion or degeneration may cause nausea and vomitting, but is usually associated with severe pain too. Food aversion also not really related to fibroids. Headaches from anemia also common. ...Read more
Dizziness, lightheaded, nausea, cramping, could this be all related to my anemia or fibroid tumor, not pregnant?
Above: The above can be caused by many things, so u need to see u pcp for evaluation and assesment. ...Read more
Having diarreah several times a week, heaviness in lower abdomen. No fever, no nausea. Cat scan showed fibroids.58 yrs old, gained 8 lbs, no appetite.?
What is causing these symptom? I'm having diereah, nausea and cold sweat. I'm also on my period, I am anemic and I have fibriods
May be: It may be the fibroids are causing all the symptoms. Please see your doctor to get the correct diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
I have firbroid my hubby & I have been trying to get pregnant for about a year. I think the firbroid have become bigger ad I have a bump. Though I feel sick at times and neasuea and my period is late I am confuse whether the firbroid is the cause of the
Fibroids: To answer your question needs more specifics. For symptoms even moderate size fibroids can cause feelings of pressure, bloating, fullness, maybe nausea. As for fertility it depends on teh size and location of the fibroid (s,) as well as some other medical history. See a good obg or fertility specialist, or start with your regular doctor soon. ...Read more
Genetic: Fibroids are caused by a mutation in the cells that keep reproducing and from the tumors. They also grow in response to estrogen. Some fat turns into estrogen, so a good diet, exercise and normal BMI may help a lot. If your mother had fibroids, you probably will. Big ones need to be treated. If they don't both you, they probably aren't that big. Www. Drschapirointhenews. Com ...Read more
Possibly: Fibroids within the uterus, called submucous fibroids, can lead to an abnormal discharge and if the 'degenerate' or start to die off, they could possibly cause a smelly discharge. More likely, though, this represents a vaginal infection called bv. ...Read more
Not usually: A 2 cm fibroid is very small in the grand scheme of things (less than an inch, smaller than a grape). While it may cause bleeding and increased cramping if it is present within the cavity of the uterus, if it is in the wall it probably will cause no symptoms at all. There must be another explanation for your menstrual pain. ...Read more
Yes: Fibroids do when they are bleedingGet a more detailed answer ›