- What are uterine fibroids
- Uterus fibroids, fibromyoma, and fibroma - what is the difference?
- Causes of uterine fibroids
- Uterine fibroids classification
- When are the uterine fibroids evident?
- How to prevent the uterine fibroids
- Has your menstrual bleeding increased?
- The last 3 periods were more prolonged?
- Are there any clots in the secretions?
- Does the pain during periods become stronger or appear?
- Do you have any heaviness in the lower abdomen and the lower back?
- Any difficulty urinating or more frequent urges?
- Have any of your relatives been diagnosed with uterine myoma?
If most of your answers are yes, you should visit a gynecologist as soon as possible!
How to prevent the uterine fibroids
It is impossible to avoid the uterine fibroids completely. You can only reduce the risk of the development, following a healthy lifestyle, eating correctly and regularly doing sports.
To prevent the disease, you also should:exclude the possibility of abortion;
- have regular gynecological examinations;
- avoid stress;
- avoid overcooling;
- еreat inflammations timely;
- control weight;
- monitor the endocrine profile and regularity of sexual activity.