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Maureen Kinya

FIBROIDS TREATMENT

What treatments are there for women who have fibroids and do they affect your fertility?

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  1. There are several ways to treat fibroids one of the ways myomectomy is often the treatment of choice. But all treatments have risks and benefits. The best option would be to consult your doctor to discuss treatment plan, then from there you can decide the option that you prefer.

    There are several ways to treat fibroids one of the ways myomectomy is often the treatment of choice. But all treatments have risks and benefits. The best option would be to consult your doctor to discuss treatment plan, then from there you can decide the option that you prefer.

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  1. Though there's no clear cause of the fibroid growths, it can be one of the scariest and most painful moment especially if they get you young. Constantly watching our diet and health even when we are well can be a solution for now since no one knows the reason they grow. More education about this canRead more

    Though there’s no clear cause of the fibroid growths, it can be one of the scariest and most painful moment especially if they get you young. Constantly watching our diet and health even when we are well can be a solution for now since no one knows the reason they grow. More education about this can also help people recognise and get help in time.

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  2. There are various ways of treating or dealing with fibroids. There's surgery, the most advisable by most doctors around the world, but also a natural way of shrinking fibroids. Natural products and supplements are being sold to women to help them with their fibroids problem. I have seen women recommRead more

    There are various ways of treating or dealing with fibroids. There’s surgery, the most advisable by most doctors around the world, but also a natural way of shrinking fibroids. Natural products and supplements are being sold to women to help them with their fibroids problem. I have seen women recommending other women to try out as it worked well for them.
    Fibroids, the ones that budge into the uterine cavity, have been a major cause of infertility. They also increase pregnancy loss rate.
    So yes, they do affect fertility.

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  3. Fibroids aren’t cancerous or life-threatening, they can sometimes cause health problems. Fibroids typically grow slowly or not at all. In many cases, they shrink on their own, especially after menopause. You may not need treatment unless you’re bothered by symptoms.

    Fibroids aren’t cancerous or life-threatening, they can sometimes cause health problems.
    Fibroids typically grow slowly or not at all. In many cases, they shrink on their own, especially after menopause. You may not need treatment unless you’re bothered by symptoms.

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  4. There is a grandma in my village who is very experienced in medicinal herbs and she is very good at treating uterus related problems. Then again it depends on one's beliefs

    There is a grandma in my village who is very experienced in medicinal herbs and she is very good at treating uterus related problems. Then again it depends on one’s beliefs

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  5. With all the treatments there is, is one I have never heard women talk about which is. Stopping fucking dicks and when you have to have a dick inside you, it should be with a bloody condom. And oh, the woman who allow men to release sperm inside them without any plan of being a parent is gross irresRead more

    With all the treatments there is, is one I have never heard women talk about which is. Stopping fucking dicks and when you have to have a dick inside you, it should be with a bloody condom.

    And oh, the woman who allow men to release sperm inside them without any plan of being a parent is gross irresponsible and foolish.

    Now, have you ever heard a virgin with fibroid?

    Think deep on this one and let come have some real accountable conversation of how many women are throwing themselves under the bus with their health and body Agency.

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  6. There are several ways to treat fibroids one of the ways myomectomy is often the treatment of choice. But all treatments have risks and benefits. The best option would be to consult your doctor to discuss treatment plan, then from there you can decide the option that you prefer.

    There are several ways to treat fibroids one of the ways myomectomy is often the treatment of choice. But all treatments have risks and benefits. The best option would be to consult your doctor to discuss treatment plan, then from there you can decide the option that you prefer.

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  1. They are not cancerous but I suspect food and water contamination with chemicals that react in a certain way to female hormones. The worst part is that most people may not know about fibroids until its too late.

    They are not cancerous but I suspect food and water contamination with chemicals that react in a certain way to female hormones. The worst part is that most people may not know about fibroids until its too late.

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    It is not a must for fibroids to be treated for one to conceive. It depends on the size of the fibroids and also where they are located in the uterus which also means different approaches to treatment. If conceiving has been a problem due to fibroids it could mean they are massive or many and may beRead more

    It is not a must for fibroids to be treated for one to conceive. It depends on the size of the fibroids and also where they are located in the uterus which also means different approaches to treatment. If conceiving has been a problem due to fibroids it could mean they are massive or many and may be obstructing the fertilisation and egg implanting process. With that said, I know two ladies. They both underwent surgeries for fibroids removal. It has been about 3-5 years and they are yet to conceive. One is about 44, the other one is about 40.
    Well, if the fibroids are small, then one can conceive. However, if the fibroids are causing you discomfort and difficulty conceiving, they may have to be removed in what is called myomectomy and you may still get pregnant after healing.
    On the same vein, my mother is 59 years old and she has lived with fibroids for years. It was determined that if they did not cause her much discomfort then she can live with them because she is past the child bearing age and also because she has been on hypertension medication for years.
    It is important to do a gynaecological visit to ensure you get professional medical advice.

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