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Fibroids Inside and Outside of the Uterus

June 19th, 2010

I was recently told by my doctor that I have fibroids inside and outside of my uterus. I have an appointment coming up where she will discuss my treatment options with me.  My question is in regards to the effects of fibroids.  I have been experiencing nausea for some time now.  Is this common?

There are several complications that may arise with the presence of fibroidsCommon symptoms include heavy bleeding, bloating, pain in the lower back, urinary incontinence, etc.  With fibroids that are “outside of your uterus”, called pedunculated fibroids, additional symptoms can come about.  Because pedunculated fibroids consist of a fibroid that is connected to your uterus by a stem,  they  may twist and can cause pain, nausea, or fever.

Pedunculated fibroids consist of two general types: subserosal and submucosalSubserosal fibroids are located underneath the mucosal (peritoneal) surface of the uterus and can become very large. These pedunculated growths can actually detach from the uterus to become a parasitic leiomyoma. Submucosal fibroids are located in the muscle beneath the endometrium of the uterus and distort the uterine cavity. A pedunculated lesion within the cavity is termed an intracavitary fibroid and can be passed through the cervix which can inevitably cause pain and pressure during sex.
Left untreated, fibroid tumors and their associated symptoms can cause health risks and complications in the future. If you think that you have any of the above or other symptoms of fibroids contact your primary care provider or OB/Gyn as soon as possible.
Learn more about Uterine Fibroid Embolization online, or contact us directly by calling 866-362-64633 or by requesting a free phone consultation.

3 Responses to “Fibroids Inside and Outside of the Uterus”

  1. mahesh salvi says:

    Hi ! my wife suffer in fibroid outside of uterus. I have discussed with doctor & they advise to re-move this fibroid by leproscopy.

    Can you advise is it problem to get my wife pregnant?

    what is medicine to re-move this fibroid .

    regards
    mahesh

  2. FTC says:

    Hello Mahesh. We are sorry to hear your wife is suffering from fibroids. Many women go on to conceive after a uterine fibroid embolization or myomectomy. As every patient is different, the best way for us to help is to schedule a phone consultation. You can contact our staff via Live Chat at http://www.fibroids.com/about-ftc/chat. Best of luck to you and your wife.

  3. santosh says:

    My wife is having calcified fibroid outside of uterus and of a big size.what may be the best treatment for it without affecting her uterus so that she can become a mom.

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