Fibroids Inside and Outside of the Uterus
- Created: June 19, 2010
- by: admin
Read here to find out some facts about pedunculated fibroids and some of the symptoms to look out for if you have this particular type of fibroids.
I was recently told by my doctor that I have fibroids inside and outside of my uterus. I have an appointment coming up where she will discuss my treatment options with me. My question is in regards to the effects of fibroids. I have been experiencing nausea for some time now. Is this common?
There are several complications that may arise with the presence of fibroids. Common symptoms include heavy bleeding, bloating, pain in the lower back, urinary incontinence, etc. With fibroids that are “outside of your uterus”, called pedunculated fibroids, additional symptoms can come about. Because pedunculated fibroids consist of a fibroid that is connected to your uterus by a stem, they may twist and can cause pain, nausea, or fever.