The special issue focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of uterine fibroids and dispels common myths about the condition.
Uterine fibroids threatened to wreck her life, but Cynthia Bailey, 54, formerly of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, found a treatment option.
Several imaging tests can determine whether a woman has fibroids.
Not all women with fibroids require treatment. But when individuals experience certain symptoms, various therapies can help.
Misconceptions about uterine fibroids are commonplace. Here’s what women need to know to take control of their health.
Learn more about this treatment option for uterine fibroids.
The singer and entrepreneur shares her experience with uterine fibroids to urge all women who are affected to speak up and be heard.
Many women with fibroids complain that often doctors don’t listen to what patients say. Some are speaking up.
Teresa Foster thought she might be pregnant. Instead, she ended up with a uterine fibroid the size of a soccer ball.
Women with fibroids may experience heavy bleeding, a prolonged menstrual cycle or bleeding between periods.
Alison Dowell conceived her child after surgery to remove her uterine fibroids.
Carolyn Johnson shares her experiences with uterine fibroids.
Erica Taylor underwent two different types of myomectomy surgeries in an attempt to rid herself of recurring uterine fibroids.
Ron-Ella McLendon underwent a hysterectomy after doctors insisted the operation would solve her fibroid problems. It didn’t.
After dealing with uterine fibroids for years, Stephanie Watson is having a myomectomy.
After enduring severe fibroid symptoms for almost four years, Melissa Muganzo Murphy, 34, treated the condition holistically.
After Eugenia Buie learned about uterine fibroid embolization, she wondered why some doctors don’t mention this treatment to their patients