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Should I have my fibrous tumors took out?

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In brief: Symptoms?

Assymptomatic fibroids can be treated, but why? Are you having any symptoms?

In brief: Symptoms?

Assymptomatic fibroids can be treated, but why? Are you having any symptoms?
Dr. Alexander Vogel
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Dr. Devon Webster
Internal Medicine - Oncology

In brief: Not sure

You might mean fibroids in your uterus or fibrous breast tumors.
Here's what you should ask your doctor: 1. Is there a chance cancer is hidden in the tumors? 2. Is there a chance they will make it harder to detect other cancers? 3. Do you recommend I have them removed? If your doctor says no to all these questions, then it's up to you and how much they bother/worry you. Good luck!

In brief: Not sure

You might mean fibroids in your uterus or fibrous breast tumors.
Here's what you should ask your doctor: 1. Is there a chance cancer is hidden in the tumors? 2. Is there a chance they will make it harder to detect other cancers? 3. Do you recommend I have them removed? If your doctor says no to all these questions, then it's up to you and how much they bother/worry you. Good luck!
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