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Misconceptions about uterine fibroids are commonplace. Here’s what women need to know to take control of their health.
Teresa Foster thought she might be pregnant. Instead, she ended up with a uterine fibroid the size of a soccer ball.
The singer and entrepreneur shares her experience with uterine fibroids to urge all women who are affected to speak up and be heard.
Postmenopausal women who gave birth multiple times and live with obesity are hardest hit by overactive bladder symptoms.
When Trina Caldwell, age 45, experienced a life-threatening episode triggered by uterine fibroids, her husband, David, sprang into action.
Two well-studied standard treatments provide effective relief from some of the most common problems women with uterine fibroids face.
During a doctor’s visit for severe pelvic and back pain, Twyla Hubbard, 46, a mom of two, first learned she had a large uterine fibroid.
Shalane Smith wishes there was another way to treat her uterine fibroids.
Shenair Sapp weighs her treatment options for uterine fibroids.
Carolyn Johnson shares her experiences with uterine fibroids.
The reduced ability of the vagina to self-lubricate is not limited to postmenopausal women.
Fibroid Fighters creator Yan Katsnelson, MD, on an effective uterine fibroid treatment he thinks more doctors should suggest to patients.
As Maxine Rooks and her daughter, Erica Rooks-Daughtry, learned, uterine fibroids often run in families.
Based at Ochsner Medical Center in Kenner, Louisiana, Veronica Gillispie-Bell, MD, MS, cares for many patients with uterine fibroids.
Treatment is not usually recommended for women with fibroids who lack symptoms. But for those who do, a number of choices are available.
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