Uterine fibroids are the non-cancerous tumors that are made up of the uterine muscle and connective tissue from the wall of the uterus. Fibroids may grow as a single nodule or in clusters and can range in size from few mm to very large sizes. They may grow within the wall of the uterus or they may project into the endometrial cavity of the uterus or toward the outer surface of the uterus. Each patient with fibroids may have varying symptoms. Each fibroid is unique and one of a kind, which requires individualization of treatment options.
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It remains unclear exactly what causes fibroids. They may be related to estrogen levels.
During the reproductive years, estrogen and progesterone levels are higher.
When estrogen levels are high, especially during pregnancy, fibroids tend to increase in size. They are also more likely to develop when a woman is exposed to estrogen for long time.
Low estrogen levels can cause fibroids to shrink, such as during and after menopause.
Genetic factors are thought to impact the development of fibroids. Having a close relative with fibroids increases the chance of developing them.
Being overweight or obese increases the risk of fibroids.
Childbearing lowers the risk of developing fibroids. The risk reduces each time a woman gives birth.
Most of the symptoms that are due to fibroids depend on the type and size of the fibroids.
We at Queen’s Gynecology believe in attending our patients in detail. We provide bot surgical and non-surgical fibroid treatment in Delhi as per the intensity of symptoms, patient preferences and their overall safety. We prefer minimally invasive approach to improve the overall quality of our patient lives.
Diagnosis is often accidental, during routine pelvic examination or while having an ultrasound. Transvaginal ultrasound, MRI are some of the preferred diagnostic modalities.