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With the growing number of women suffering from uterine fibroids, it is important for you to understand what exactly these are and related affect? Uterine Fibroids refer to the noncancerous growth of the women uterus. These usually occur during the reproductive years. However, what is worrying is the fact that many younger women in their 30’s are also developing the condition. Also there have been instances where women as young as 25 years of age have developed fibroid tumours. The primary reason for the condition is lifestyle. Although these are noncancerous in most of the cases, it is better you get yourself treated timely. These fibroid tumours are also known as myomas and are not related with cancer.

Such tumours start developing from the smooth muscular tissue of the uterus. This is a condition in which single cell keeps on diving repeatedly, apparently leading to the creation of rubbery and firm mass distinct from the tissues. It is important for you to understand that growth patterns vary from one person to the other. In some cases, these tumours grow at a rapid pace while in others the growth is slow and at times there is no change in their size. Some tumours shrunk with the passage of time while others might go through spurts. There have been instances where fibroids present at the time of pregnancy shrunk post pregnancy as the uterus reduced to normal size. There is also extreme variation in size of the tumours. Some are as small as seedlings that cannot be seen with naked human eyes while others are extremely bulky that can deform the size of the uterus ultimately enlarging it. Fibroid tumours can be either multiple or single. As it has been observed in some cases, these tumours can extend and reach the rib cage.

According to the study conducted by various organizations, it has been found that almost 3 out of 4 women suffer from these tumours. However, most of the women are not even aware of the fact that they have developed Uterine Fibroid Tumours because they experience neither symptoms nor pain of any kind. It is only during regular medical check up, prenatal ultrasound or pelvic exam that the condition is diagnosed. Going by what recent studies have to suggest, many women develop fibroid uterus because of poor eating habits. Also it has been found that high consumption of dairy and meat products also contribute to the condition. Doctors prescribe surgery only in extreme cases when patient fails to show any kind of improvement in the condition. In extreme cases where women experience heavy bleeding and there is extreme pain that doctors suggest the surgery option.


I am Deepak Sharma as an article writer, here writes about the most common medical problem of uterine fibroids tumors faced by maximum number of women

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