Heavy bleeding in the condition of fibroids
If there is heavy bleeding in the condition of fibroids, this is necessary to stop curettage exceptionally below the picture of acute abdomen torsion fibroid or his necrosis in pregnancy. Some fibroids grow at all, however. E.g. some women with fibroids become pregnant and give birth to fibroids during the postpartum period completely died. Exceptionally fibroid growth is remarkably fast - but there is always the question of the quality and comparability of measurements by different doctors at different ultrasonic devices. http://www.reviewlity.com/fibroids-miracle-review/
In spite of accelerated growth, a more proactive approach, among other things, therefore, to rule out other histological origin of the tumor (it is really "just" fibroid?). The most typical is the growth of fibroid in pregnancy. According to most authors, the fastest growth in the first trimester (first three months of pregnancy), throughout the course of the growth will slow down or even stop; accurate forecast fibroid growth and its impact on pregnancy, however, for a particular patient very uncertain (see Pregnancy and Childbirth with fibroids after myomectomy).
Another typical situation is very gradual involution (shrinking) of fibroids in postmenopausal women. Many patients rely on this and hopes to transition their difficulties with fibroids themselves sorted out. In some cases, this will succeed, with many patients, however, the difficulty (particularly bleeding) right around the time of menopause (repeated curettage, etc.), and force the woman to the solution.
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