Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

Uterine fibroids: what is it, symptoms, how to treat?

Do not think that the diagnosis of uterine fibroids becomes a fatal sentence for a woman. There are a lot of encouraging information that inspires you to resist and overcome the disease.

Symptoms and treatment of uterine myoma

You still do not know what it is, but you are already afraid. Myoma is not cancer, but a benign tumor in the muscle tissue of the uterus. It is completely unnecessary to go to extremes, depressing oneself by the expectation of imminent demise. The cells of the uterus under the influence of a combination of internal and external factors can begin to spontaneously divide, and this creates a benign tumor.

The WWW network is easy to find photos of uterine fibroids, shown on the screen of the ultrasound machine.Uterine myoma

Female hormones (estrogens) stimulate myoma, but steroid hormones (progesterones) act in the opposite direction, blocking the development of fibroids. Fibroids are not rarely found, they are found in 20% of women after 30 years. The main factor provoking myoma is a hormonal imbalance, in which there is an excess of female sex hormones.

Young girls and elderly women in the period of menopause fibroids are not threatened, because they have no more estrogen than normal, and often less.

The risk of fibroids is maximum during pregnancy, in inflammatory processes in the genitals and with reduced immunity.

Myoma during pregnancy prevents the fetus from developing normally, as the tumor occupies part of the space in the uterus.

Factors provoking uterine myoma:

  • poor heredity;
  • menstrual disorders;
  • aborted pregnancy and infertility;
  • metabolic diseases (eg, diabetes or obesity);
  • repeated abortions;
  • stresses.

Symptoms and signs of fibroids are similar to symptoms of temporary ailments, it is almost always found during a gynecological examination, by chance. You can guard, if not all right during menstruation.Uterine fibroids - signs

Symptoms characteristic of uterine fibroids:

  • profuse uterine bleeding during menstruation;
  • disturbed calendar of the menstrual cycle;
  • pain extending from the lower abdomen to the lower back.

Myoma is not harmless, it damages the health of its complications.

Complications of uterine fibroids:

  • anemia due to bleeding;
  • bowel squeezing and constipation;
  • reduced probability of conception, complications during pregnancy and childbirth.

It is dangerous to twist the myoma leg and then die: it provokes uterine bleeding, abdominal pain and fever.

Uterine fibroids have been known for a long time, doctors know how to treat it. Treatment of uterine fibroids is the appointment of hormonal drugs, you can do without surgery, if a woman does not have plans to become pregnant. If a woman is planning a pregnancy, sparing myomectomy is shown: using the endoscopy, only myoma nodes are cut out, without affecting other tissues of the uterus.How to treat myoma

There are already encouraging results from the use of hormonal drugs, doctors know how to cure uterine fibroids without surgery.

The doctor may allow treatment of folk remedies. People have long wondered how to treat myoma with herbs. The condition improves if treated with tumor-suppressing plants: hemlock, celandine, calendula or boron uterus. Alcoholic infusions and decoctions of these herbs are taken orally.

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  • Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat

    Uterine fibroids: what it is, symptoms, how to treat