Fibroids (otherwise known as myomas or leiomyomas) are abnormal non-cancerous growths in the uterus. In other words, they are benign uterine tumors. Numerous studies have shown that fibroids are estrogen-dependent. Fibroids tend to regress after menopause when the levels of estrogen drop causing other changes in women’s bodies at the same time. As fibroids regress, … Read moreUterine Fibroids After Menopause: What to Expect?
Uterine Artery Embolization (UAE) treats adenomyosis and is the most effective, uterus-sparing, minimally invasive treatment option. Today we will follow the UAE procedure step by step and understand how this state-of-the-art interventional technique works. How Does UAE Treat Adenomyosis? In an earlier article, we talked about treatment options for adenomyosis. These commonly include first-line medical … Read moreHow Does UAE Treat Adenomyosis? Following the Procedure Step by Step
Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor seen in women. Up to 70% of all women will experience fibroids in their lifetime. As more women seek to manage their fibroids condition, there is growing interest in the role diet plays in fibroid growth or shrinkage. A diet may be the furthest thing from your … Read moreDiet for Fibroids: How to Uninvite Your Fibroids to Holiday Dinner
Uterine fibroids and uterine polyps are both very prevalent abnormal benign growths in the uterus. Although different in nature, they can cause similar symptoms and often contribute to female infertility. Today we are going to look at the polyps and fibroids in the uterus from the fertility point of view and see what can be … Read morePolyps or Fibroids in the Uterus: Do They Impair Fertility?