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Prolapsed Submucous Myoma
I underwent myomectomy via lap before 3 weeks.What is the normal recovery time to get pregnant again?(2 myomas 3*3cm-submucous &intramural).
Unknown: I would have suspected your post op instructions to suggest delaying sex or pregnancy, at least through a couple of normal cycles after the surgery. No sex, no pregnancy, no worry. See your OB and figure it out. If the uterus was possibly weakened with the resections, that could be an issue with a pregnancy and weak wall! ...Read more
Myoma: Although drinking green tea is good for some people, it is not going to reduce the size of your myoma. ...Read more
Fibroid Embolization: Uterine fibroid embolization is performed by an interventional radiologist, physician trained to perform minimally invasive procedures. After a small groin skin nick, using real-time imaging, a catheter is guided through the artery & then releases tiny particles into uterine arteries that supply blood to the fibroid tumor. This blocks the blood flow to the fibroid tumor & causes it to shrink & die ...Read more
I'm 24 and I have pco and myoma. Can i get pregnant? Is there complications if i did get pregnant?
not enough info: There are different degrees of pco and once u do get preg the pco is not a factor, but it depends on how big your fibroid is and where it is located as that could keep u from getting , preg or cause an early misc, or cause complications once u are preg please see your obgyn. ...Read more
Is it ok to be pregnant even if I have myoma? I'm not bleeding or feel any pain because of my myoma
Very OK: Myomas or uterine fibroids are common and are not a concern in pregnancy unless they grow large and obstruct the birth canal, interfere with the placenta attachment, or if it prevents the baby from turning head down. Your OB will follow these fibroids on ultrasound and also confirm normal growth of your baby. It's great that you have no symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fibroid: This is another word for uterine fibroid - a benign muscular tumor of the uterus. A fibroid is a very common tumor and is not dangerous. A fibroid can cause symptoms of pain, pressure, bleeding and other symptoms. Commonly a fibroid will have no symptoms at all. A fibroid does not need to be treated unless it is causing symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRgFUS: MR guided Focused Ultrasound Surgery... combines a high intensity focused ultrasound beam that heats and destroys targeted tissue, and a Magnetic Resonance Imaging system (MRI) which visualizes patient anatomy, and controls the treatment by continuously monitoring the tissue effect.The procedure is completely noninvasive. It is performed as an outpatient procedure. ...Read more
It depends: This decision is a personal one. If the myoma and polyps are not causing problems, cancer has been ruled out and your are comfortable with your options, hysterectomy does not have to be performed. It is certainly a reasonable option for those that choose to proceed along that route for treatment. ...Read more
Maybe: Doubtful. Depends on location and whther it gets larger.Bbt. ...Read more