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Im 42 w/ asymptomatic multiple myoma.want treatment.do i need surgery?intramural subserous 7x7.83x7cm.upper anterior intramural 9.61x9.28x8.49cm &more

Im 42 w/ asymptomatic multiple myoma.want treatment.do i need surgery?intramural subserous 7x7.83x7cm.upper anterior intramural 9.61x9.28x8.49cm &more

Large fibroids: We can not recommend if an individual needs or does not surgery here. You have two pretty large fibroids. Adding those together I imagine your uterus is very large. I would see and Obgyn and have them do an examination. Then they can go through the various management options ...Read more

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My age is 37, i had surgery of overy tumour, still I have multiple myoma, tube wall thinner, can I get pregnant naturaly , please help me?

My age is 37, i had surgery of overy tumour, still I have multiple myoma, tube wall thinner, can I get pregnant naturaly , please help me?

Likely yes, but..: Your chance to conceive naturally may be decreased, but should not be much lower than women your age given what you report. Please seek help from an infertility clinic of repute in your area if not pregnant within 6 months of trying regular unprotected vaginal intercourse. Avoid smoking, alcohol, drugs and take daily 1 mg of folic acid. Best of luck! ...Read more

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What work best to treat myoma?

What work best to treat myoma?

Too general of a ?: Please discuss with your doc because it depends how big it is , where it is what are your fertilty desires and do you have any other pelvic organ problems or have you had previous abdominal or pelvic surgery. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of myoma?

What are the symptoms of myoma?

Leiomyoma symptoms: The symptoms include increasing abdominal girth, pain, bleeding and bladder pressure or frequency. ...Read more

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How can I tell if I have myoma?

How can I tell if I have myoma?

Physical Exam: A myoma (uterine fibroid) can be detected utilizing a pelvic exam and an ultrasound. A MRI would also be able to detect one too. ...Read more

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What are the odds of dying from myoma?

What are the odds of dying from myoma?

Very low: A myoma is also called a fibroid. It is very rare to have a cancer develop in one of these, although it is possible. Up to 70% of women have myomas. ...Read more

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What are the further complications of myoma?

What are the further complications of myoma?

Most asymptomatic: Most leiomyomas are asymptomatic, though these may be associated with heavy bleeding, difficulty in conceiving, loss of pregnancy many others. See this site for more info on this topic. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001912/. ...Read more

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What is the causes of myoma and how exactly does it start?

What is the causes of myoma and how exactly does it start?

Unknown: The causes of leiomyomata are unknown at this time. They do have a genetic predisposition, are more common in african americans, native americans and hispanics, and grow in response to estrogen by binding to receptors from a small cellular nidus of smooth muscle. ...Read more