Just wish I didn’t have to go through endrometriosis what helps me is sleeping on heating pad helps a lot of pain
Hi, I have a few small fibroids per my last sonogram about a year ago. Even though they few and small (according to the doctor) they are causing ALOT of bleeding almost like hemorrhaging. However I don't have any anemia or nothing significant came up nor high blood pressure. Also, the birth control she gave me made me terribly sick so she said I could stop. Every time I exercise it causes bleeding to start, or get worse, my bleeding really doesn't ever stop. I started taking ashwagandha and that seemed to help for a while and then stopped. I am now trying fish oil and green tea extract. I am looking for options and suggestions other than birth control or hysterectomy. I also want to stay away from the procedure that uses a catheter through your vein/artery? Any suggestions or helpful information would be amazing feeling hopeful, refusing to quit exercising since I need to lose weight, desperate for answers
I have a laparoscopic myomectomy scheduled in a couple months. Any experiences with this? How was your recovery? And were you able to get pregnant again?
I am 48, and I have been experiencing very long yet light bleeding, sometimes 30 days. I am hoping I don't need a hysterectomy. my chart said it is fibroids.
I've been told I need a hysterectomy. why can't they just shrink the fibroid
I kept going to the doctor for digestive issues. Nothing was found. Then finally I went to the gynecologist to replace my iud. Turns out My fibroid tumors (which were the reason I got an iud) had grown and a hysterectomy was recommended. I’m relieved that the issue was diagnosed but I am scared about the surgery. I would love to speak to someone that has been through it.
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