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Can Fibroids Delay Your Period
I am 35 yrs recently experiencing 20 days of delay in my mc period. And diagnostic with 1 CM diameter posterior wall submucosal fibroid. Why delay mc?
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Uterine fibroids is also known as Fibroid. Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. They occur in 1 of every 3 women regardless of race and up to 80 % of african-american women of child bearing age. They are often asymptomatic but they can cause significant symptoms (exe. Heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, increased urinary frequency). They ...Read more
Unusual: Your cycle can be affected by many things, stress, medicines, ovarian cysts and fibroids can affect your cycles as well. Usually fibroids will cause your cycle to be heavier, longer or more frequent. It depends on what is considered large. I would rule out other causes before assuming it is the fibroid. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
I have my period delayed for more than 40 days. I have done 2 pregnant tests at home which was neg. And usg that shows a cervical fibroid. What shud i do?
After open surgery fibroid removal first period was 10days delayed and now 11days awaiting for period, not pregnant, is it normal ? thxs
Gyn.I ve a large fibroid, it's like been 6 months pregnant I was told . If I became pregnant will the uterus burst/rapture? My periods have delayed .
Hmm.: Your uterus won't 'burst' or rupture if you get pregnant. That is a risk is you have had certain types of surgery on your uterus (c-section, or myomectomy) and become pregnant. But if you have never had surgery on your uterus it would be extremely rare for it to 'rupture'. If your uterus is really that enlarged from the fibroid, it will make the pregnancy high risk and fibroid may need to be remov. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
Yes: Having uterine fibroids is independent of your period. Fibroids are benign tumors that involve the uterus. While most pre-menopausal women with fibroids have no symptoms, it is very rare for post-menopausal women to have any symptoms (and of those they are usually recently post-menopausal and complain of increased urinary frequency). ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
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