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6 tips to get relief from Uterine Fibroids

  • Fibroid symptoms are very common in women from 17-70. These noncancerous tumors grow in the uterus and sometimes do not cause any significant problems for years. A woman may have one fibroid like a small seed or many as big as grapefruits. Fibroid symptoms include heavy bleeding, long menstrual periods, frequent urination, pelvic pain, anemia, constipation, or other unpleasant symptoms depending on their number, size, and location. They may cause infertility and frequent miscarriages also.


  • If you are suffering from uterine fibroids with unpleasant symptoms like pains, you should consult the gynecologist to treat your problem permanently for a better life. If the doctor’s visit seems problematic for the pandemic situation, you can get teleconsultation services provided by a reputed gynecologist.

    You should contact the best clinic for fibroid treatment to relieve fibroid pains. Your doctor can advise which procedure will be best for you. Although some minor symptoms are controlled by medicines like Ibuprofen, patients with severe pain, abdominal pressure, and heavy menstrual bleeding have many promising treatment options.

    Here are 6 tips to treat fibroid problems:

    1. Contraceptive Pills and Progestational Agents

    Patients suffering from heavy bleeding are often prescribed hormonal medicines to reduce excessive menstrual bleeding and regulate the menstrual cycle. These medicines reduce the fast growth of fibroids. If there is no result after three months of the medication, the doctor may find other alternatives for treating fibroids.

    2. GnRH Agonists (Lupron)

    This class of medications shrinks fibroids temporarily and reduces the production of estrogen to stop heavy bleeding. Although GnRH agonists can improve fibroid symptoms, they may cause uncomfortable menopausal symptoms like hot flashes. Long-term use can cause arthritis.

    In some specific cases, Lupron is highly effective. In case of heavy bleeding and anemia, taking Lupron for two to three months before surgery can eliminate the risk of a blood transfusion. It is also recommended before surgery if a patient has large fibroids.

    3. Intrauterine Devices (IUD)

    IUD devices release a little amount of hormone into the uterine cavity and can reduce bleeding caused by fibroids. It needs a prior appointment with your gynecologist.

    4. Myomectomy

    It is a very effective procedure to remove fibroids without eliminating the uterus. It is the most excellent option for women who have fibroids and want babies in the future.

    Although it is the most fruitful procedure to get rid of fibroids, they may appear or grow further with time. Women, who are in the menopausal phase, can get the best benefits after a myomectomy procedure.

    Depending on the number, size, and location of fibroids, the laparoscopic surgeon recommends whether you need an abdominal myomectomy, a hysteroscopic myomectomy, or a laparoscopic myomectomy.

    5. Hysterectomy

    In hysterectomy, the uterus is removed. Doctors recommend this procedure to women who want to resolve their fibroid symptoms permanently. After a successful hysterectomy procedure, menstrual bleeding stops, frequent urination improves, pelvic pressure is comforted, and fibroids cannot grow further.

    There are numerous hysterectomy approaches. Your gynecologist will suggest whether you need a vaginal hysterectomy, a laparoscopic hysterectomy, or an abdominal hysterectomy depending on the measurement of the uterus and other factors.

    6. Uterine Artery Embolization (UAE)

    Uterine artery embolization is comparatively a modern procedure and a substitute for surgery of fibroid treatment. This process obstructs the blood flow to the fibroids and makes them shrink and die. It can reduce menstrual bleeding and symptoms like pelvic pain, urinary frequency or constipation, and abdominal pressure.