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|THE Ultra Sound report reads--- a hypoechoic mass lesion size 66x58 mm on posteriorwall of uterus seen, a small calcified foci is also seen No evidence of endomaterial polyp/adhesion/hyperplasia seen, Endo myometerial interface is maintained Doctors advice removal of mass problems -- unable to conceieve excess menses low Hb Low RBC count WE want removal by Laparoscopic method please advice|
re: removal of fibroid growth from uterus by Dr M.K. Gupta - Nov 28th, 2011 10:38 pm
Dr M.K. Gupta
|Dear Mr Mahesh Prasad
You did not say the age of your patient. Treatment of fibroid depends upon the age of patient and whether family is complete or not.
The first thing women identified as having uterine fibroid must do is educate themselves. It is important to know very well what exactly uterine fibroid are and what can cause them. With an understanding of what you are coping with, you can make an educated decision concerning the treatment and healing from the fibroid in your uterus.
Uterine fibroids are growths that exist in a woman’s uterus. These growths are made up of smooth muscle tissues. Many women have fibroids, consider most them are small in dimensions and don’t cause any problems, nearly all women do not know they can have them. Unpleasant symptoms only arise once the fibroid grow too big or grow in particular places in the uterus.
Symptoms of fibroid in the uterus can vary. Many women experience bloating and discomfort, or appear pregnant. Two other symptoms, the ones that attract probably the most attention and cause women to find medical assistance, are intense pain and abnormal bleeding. Unusually heavy periods, for example bleeding for 7 days or more, or spotting between periods, are examples of abnormal bleeding in women.
The fibroid make things difficult for ladies who wish to conceive. For example, fertilization could be prevented by a fibroid blocking the fallopian tube; on the other hand, if it's near the uterine lining, it either disrupts implantation or lead to miscarriages. If the woman has extra-large fibroid she might find it extremely hard to conceive because of the sheer bulk of the tumor.
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