Fibroids are tumours that developed in a woman's uterus. One thing about fibroids is that they have no specific size and which makes them sometimes very difficult to uncover, and sometimes they might be small that even your doctor can’t even see them with the naked eye. While some might grow in big masses that could affect the size and shape of a woman's uterus.
There is no cause for Fibroids as many experts believe that hormones or genetics might make some people more likely to fibroids.
So in this article, we look at symptoms or signs one must look out for against Fibroids.
1. Heavy bleeding between or during your periods that includes blood clots
2. Pain in the pelvis or lower back
3. Increased menstrual cramping
3. Increased urination
4. Pain during intercourse
5. Menstruation that lasts longer than usual
6. Pressure or fullness in your lower abdomen
7. Swelling or enlargement of the abdomen
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