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“There are not enough doctors paying attention to women with pain,” said famed rapper Eve about her painful fibroid history.
The special issue focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of uterine fibroids and dispels common myths about the condition.
Several imaging tests can determine whether a woman has fibroids.
Misconceptions about uterine fibroids are commonplace. Here’s what women need to know to take control of their health.
Not all women with fibroids require treatment. But when individuals experience certain symptoms, various therapies can help.
Uterine fibroids threatened to wreck her life, but Cynthia Bailey, 54, formerly of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, found a treatment option.
Teresa Foster thought she might be pregnant. Instead, she ended up with a uterine fibroid the size of a soccer ball.
When Trina Caldwell, age 45, experienced a life-threatening episode triggered by uterine fibroids, her husband, David, sprang into action.
Take this quiz to test your knowledge.
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.
Women must educate themselves about uterine fibroids, which sometimes can cause fertility and reproductive health issues.
How fibroids have affected one woman’s self-image and life.
Gloria Richard-Davis, MD, talks uterine fibroids and their effect on fertility and pregnancy
Filmmaker Erica L. Taylor offered viewers a sneak peek at her upcoming documentary about uterine fibroids at the recent RePro Film Festival.
Shalane Smith wishes there was another way to treat her uterine fibroids.
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