So you have been diagnosed with fibroids? What does this mean? What are my options? Does by OBGYN only offer hysterectomy when I don't want to do that? These are some tips and tricks to consider when finding out you have fibroids and what issues to discuss with your OBGYN
Because you deserve a life without fibroid symptoms. And contrary to popular belief, hysterectomy is not the only way to get there. That’s why we created a woman-focused alternative to hysterectomy and myomectomy for fibroids. It is a minimally invasive, same day procedure to treat fibroid without causing large scarring, injury to the uterus and quicker recovery than a myomectomy or hysterectomy.
It’s the treatment that treats women’s bodies with care.
Fibroids are smooth muscle cell tumors that can grow in a uterus and cause problems. There are multiple options to treat this condition but unfortunately too many women are pushed into a hysterectomy. This guide helps to educate on the different solutions available to a woman with this problem.
Fibroids (AKA Leiomyoma) is a common problem that affects many woman, but negative impacts black women in a disproportionately compared to others. It tends to run in families and can cause a litany of issues including: heavy bleeding, pressure, fullness, urge to pee or poop, pain with sex, infertility, back pain, severe menstrual cramping or leg pain. Prompt diagnosis offer the hope of early intervention and treatment.
This questionnaire helps to establish what impact fibroid have on your quality of life .
I use to establish and define a specific problem. It allows us to what impact it has on your quality of life and a good measuring stick to compare treatments before and after therapy.
Please complete the related Questionnaire prior to your arrival to save time and help to diagnose you faster and more reliably.