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  • Are fibroids a type of cancer?

    No, fibroids are benign tumors. In only roughly 1 out of 1,000 patients will they become cancerous. 

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  • How are fibroids diagnosed?

    Pelvic exams often reveal the presence of fibroids, which are then confirmed with ultrasound or MRI. Special tests such...

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  • Do I need to treat fibroids?

    In many instances of fibroids, no treatment is necessary and the fibroids will shrink after menopause. However, if they’re...

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  • What are the symptoms of fibroids?

    Typical signs of fibroids include: – backache or leg pain – heavy/abnormal/overly lengthy menstrual bleeding – frequent or difficult...

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  • What causes fibroids?

    Although the exact causes aren’t known, risk factors for fibroids include: – a family history of fibroids – vitamin...

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  • What are uterine fibroids?

    Uterine fibroids, or leiomyomas, are growths of muscle and connective tissue in or on the uterus. They are typically...

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