Uterine Fibroid Analysis And Herbal Treatment
What indeed is a uterine fibroid? It is a tumor that grows in the wall of the uterus. Sometimes it might be a single growth, sometimes (as was my case), there could be multiple. Their size could vary…from just about the size of an apple seed to a watermelon, in some extreme cases. They are typically not cancerous, but it is always a good idea to test the tumors once removed, just to be on the safe side.
It is unknown what exactly causes fibroids, but their growth has been linked to estrogen dominance. They are more common with women of childbearing age.
In general, as many as 3 out of 4 women have uterine fibroids in their lifetime, but most do not display any symptoms and go undiagnosed. Their growth patterns tend to vary, some grow slowly, some rapidly, and some remain the same size. Some fibroids have periodic growth spurts, and some shrink on their own accord. On a number of occasions, fibroids tend to shrink or disappear after pregnancy, as the uterus goes back to a normal size. They also typically tend to shrink, or stop growing, after menopause, when the level of estrogen decreases dramatically.
Other factors that affect the development of uterine fibroids include early menstruation (women whose periods start before age 10 are more likely to have fibroids), birth control pills (women on the pill are less likely to), and family history (women with mothers, sisters, and even aunts, with a history of uterine fibroids have a greater likelihood to develop them).
Symptoms Of Fibroid
- Very heavy bleeding
- Painful periods
- Pelvic pain and pressure
- Enlargement of the lower abdomen
- Painful sex
- Lower back pain and legs
- Frequent urge to urinate, from pressure to the bladder
- Constipation and bloating, from pressure on the bowel
Types of Fibroid
- Subserosal: these develop on the outside wall of the uterus, and typically do not affect menstrual flow, but can cause pelvic and back pain.
- Intramural: these are the most common fibroids, and grow from the lining of the uterus, growing inward and increasing its size. They generally lead to heavier menstrual bleeding, pelvic and back pain
- Submucosal: these are the least common fibroids, and by far the most problematic. They are located inside the uterus and may protrude into the uterus Even the smallest ones can cause very heavy bleeding and prolonged periods.
Diagnosis and Herbal Treatment
As fibroids are often asymptomatic, they are usually discovered during a routine vaginal examination.
It is possible to detect fibroids and rule out other conditions through:
- an ultrasound scan used over the abdomen, or by inserting a small probe into the vagina. This can help visualize cervical and submucosal fibroids.
- an MRI, which can determine the size and quantity of fibroids.
- a hysteroscopy, in which a small telescope with a camera on the end is used to examine the inside of the uterus. If necessary, a biopsy can be taken at the same time.
- a laparoscopy, in which a small, flexible tube is inserted into the abdomen and used to examine the outside of the uterus.
During this procedure, if necessary, a biopsy can be taken from the outer layer of the uterus. This would require cutting through the skin.
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