Girl Tying Her Shoes -Exercise- Fibroids
It is no secret that regular exercise can have a positive effect on your health, most commonly for diabetes and obesity prevention. Yet, exercise can have wider ranging effects than just burning extra calories. It can boost endorphins, the brain chemicals that cause a happy mood, strengthen your heart and cardiovascular system, and even help ... Read more

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Power Morcellator Illustration
A device called a laparoscopic power morcellator, which many doctors have used to remove uterine fibroids, has sparked furious debate in the medical community. Why? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer. This is a great animation explaining details about power morcellators and their usage to remove Uterine Fibroids. Click the “View Article” button below to watch. ... Read more

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Fibroids in Black Women
Fibroids affect more than 40% of women, occurring 3 times more in black women. In fact, studies show that fibroids actually occur more frequently and at younger ages in black women than in women of any other race. For many of these women, younger onset and larger fibroids can lead to very severe symptoms of ... Read more

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birth control and fibroids
Often birth control pills are prescribed to help women cope with heavy and painful periods. But what about using birth control as a treatment for the pain, pressure, and bleeding caused by uterine fibroids? Birth Control Help Ease Symptoms of Fibroids Birth control pills can decrease the heaviness of the flow and help with symptoms. Because fibroids ... Read more

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Diet Drink Health Concerns
There are many of us who opt for the “diet” version of all our favorite soft drinks. We might even think these diet drinks are healthier compared to its sugary counterpart. However, new studies are showing that these diet drinks are associated to heart problems especially for older women. A study was conducted on women ... Read more

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During Fibroid Awareness Week, Dr. Bruce McLucas, founder of the Fibroid Treatment Collective, talked with Jean Martirez of Fox News about symptoms of fibroids, diagnosis and uterine fibroid embolization as a non-surgical treatment option.  

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Menopause after UFE, although uncommon, can sometimes occur. There are a number of factors that play a role in premature menopause, which occurs in women before the age of 40. At times, premature menopause may be caused by premature ovarian failure (abnormal functioning of the ovaries). This may be a result of non-target embolization of ... Read more

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Polyps and fibroids can share many of the same symptoms and can be confused for one another. Read inside to learn more about what factors distinguish the two growths. Fibroids and polyps are benign (non-cancerous) uterine growths —tissue enlargement in a woman’s uterus. While they may be benign, they can also cause problems such as ... Read more

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Click inside to learn more about what happens to your periods after the uterine fibroid embolization procedure. Will I still have menstrual periods after I have the embolization procedure? Generally speaking, approximately 95% of women will continue to have menstrual periods after Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE). Roughly 5% of women in one study did enter ... Read more

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Today’s career-oriented woman is waiting longer to get pregnant. This may serve as a benefit to her career life, but what about her biological time clock? Rest assured, although most women hit their fertility peak in their 20’s, most healthy women who get pregnant after the age of 35 and even into their 40s have ... Read more

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I think I may have abnormal menstrual bleeding, but what does it consist of and can fibroids be causing this problem for me? You may be experiencing abnormal uterine bleeding if you change pads or tampons more often than every one or two hours, or having a period that lasts over seven days. Uterine bleeding ... Read more

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