WHAT IS A FIBROMAS(fibroid)? A fibroma is typically a benign fibroid or fibroid tumor. Fibromas are composed of fibrous, or connective, tissue. WHERE DO FIBROMAS OCCUR? Fibromas can be found in many places in the body. One common area for fibroma development is the female reproductive system. Examples include uterine fibroids and ovarian fibromas (benign […]
DEFINITION OF FIBROIDS Fibroids are tumors that form in the uterus and affect one in five women. While the word “tumor” can seem scary, fibroids are benign, or noncancerous. They can cause bothersome symptoms, however, such as heavy or painful periods, uncomfortable fullness in your abdomen, frequent urination, pain during sexual intercourse and lower-back pain. […]
The spread of cancer is not the only potential risk of fibroid surgery, there are lots of other issues that have been reported medically as negative side effects of fibroid surgery and some of them are highlighted below, Excessive Blood Loss – Many women already have low blood counts (anaemia) due to heavy menstrual bleeding, so they’re […]
For the majority of a woman’s reproductive life, the regularity of her menstrual cycle is closely associated to her well-being, while an irregular menstruation can often be a sign of abnormal activity in the body. In some instances, Uterine Fibroid are the cause of these abnormalities. The three types of fibroids: intramural, subserosal, and submucosal can […]
Menstral cycle of a healthy woman is believed to be regular and pain free. Eastern medicine claims that fibroids result from blood that is not flowing freely through the channels of the body. This result in a darker more clotted menstrual flow and a negative impact generally on the body’s immune system.
What is Degeneration? Deterioration; change from a higher to a lower form, especially change of tissue to a lower or less functionally active form. When there is chemical change of the tissue itself, it is true degeneration; when the change consists in the deposit of abnormal matter in the tissues, it is infiltration. What is […]
Often, the first time a pregnant woman learns she has a fibroid is during her initial routine ultrasound. That’s because fibroids usually don’t cause symptoms. But they are quite common—more than 70 percent of women have them. “Common as they are, complications during pregnancy are relatively unusual.“The most common problem is symptoms in the mom, […]
If you are looking for tips on how to prevent Fibroid, you would be remiss if you do not incorporate exercise as a preventative measure. Most people hate exercise. TOUGH. If you are one of these people, you will just have to determine whether being fibroids free is enough motivation to start exercising regularly. The research […]
The abdomen is the area in the trunk of the body that extends from between the rib cage to the pelvic region. Abdominal pain can be mild or severe, and it can stem from something simple as overreacting to causes as serious as appendicitis and gall bladder diseases.
Fibroid vs Infertility: Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths of the muscle tissue of the uterus. Fibroids can range in number and size from a single growth to multiple growths, and from very small to large. As many as 70% to 80% of all women will have fibroids by age 50.