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A uterine fibroid is a non-cancerous (benign) tumor growth which starts off from the soft muscle layer called myometrium and goes-up till the uterus’s connective tissue.
  Even though these fibroids are compiled of the similar soft muscle fibers as the uterine wall, but they tend to get much intense when compared to the usual myometrium layer. Generally uterine fibroids are either partially round or completely round in form.

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riddhi vyas Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 8:52:40 PM(UTC)

There are two types of fibroids:

Intramural fibroid: it gets developed inside the uterus.
Subserosal fibroid; it gets developed outside the uterus.

There are two types of hormones in women body:


Both these hormones need to be in balance.

Oestrogen causes dizziness, irritation, discomfort, and mood swings, cravings during periods.

Progesterone is exactly the opposite of oestrogen, it helps you to calm down during periods.

Generally fibroid is due to less than minimum required progesterone production.

Thyroid hormones, specially T3 produces progesterone.

When you have fibroids, you will suggested check up for thyroid also.

If the fibroids are big in size then doctor may suggest to go under operation to remove it, but it depends on, where the fibroids are developed and what is the size of it.

Fibroid in uterine wall may cause problem in form of menorrahgia means excessive bleeding during periods,lower abdominal pain etc..

Some common problems of fibroids are:

Period issues
Surgical uterus removal
Pain in pelvic area

Generally it is not dangerous to life, but it is better to concern doctor as it depends on size and position.

sowmya Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 7:23:19 PM(UTC)
is fibroids really dangerous to life? is ther any complication in the life? plzz let us know as soon as possible is fibroid with thyroid dangerous to life?