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Will Uterine Fibroid Surgery Become Obsolete? [Labblog Feature]

Stop Fibroids and Miscarriage Fear: We Know How To Prevent This

Nearly two-thirds of women in the United States experience fibroids by the age of 50, and many of them do not know that there is an alternative to surgical treatment.

In medicine new, improved treatments are constantly appearing. One of them is uterine fibroid embolization, a nonsurgical, painless, and safe procedure that cures all fibroids without the risk of relapse and complications.

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Ask Dr. John Lipman: Unnecessary Hysterectomy – Why Does My OB Push Hysterectomy without Mentioning UFE?

2-Why Does My OB Push Hysterectomy without Mentioning UFE?

Question: I’m 41 years old and had a robotic myomectomy 4 years ago for fibroids, but my fibroids have come back. My Gynecologist is pushing hysterectomy, but said she’d do a myomectomy if I really preferred going that route since I might still want a child. She didn’t mention Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE). Am I … Read moreAsk Dr. John Lipman: Unnecessary Hysterectomy – Why Does My OB Push Hysterectomy without Mentioning UFE?

Ask Dr. John Lipman: Why Do I Chew and Crave Ice? (Craving Ice And Anemia)

Ask Dr. John Lipman: Why Do I Chew and Crave Ice?

Question: I’m 35 years old and have uterine fibroids. My periods are heavy and painful and my doctor wants to do a hysterectomy. My hemoglobin is low and I am increasingly fatigued and have difficulty concentrating at work. I also notice that I constantly chew and crave ice? I feel addicted to it. What is … Read moreAsk Dr. John Lipman: Why Do I Chew and Crave Ice? (Craving Ice And Anemia)

Dr. John Lipman on Rollingout.com: The White Man Every Black Woman Should Know

The White Man Every Black Woman Should Know

Article by Lericia Harris Imagine a nonsurgical solution for uterine fibroids that’s much safer and far less intrusive than surgery. The procedure can be performed in about 30 to 45 minutes and only requires a week for recovery. Patients go home on the day of the procedure with just a bandaid (and their uterus). Yes, … Read moreDr. John Lipman on Rollingout.com: The White Man Every Black Woman Should Know