Uterine Non-Surgical Fibroid Treatment
Uterine fibroids are typical noncancerous growth that can develop in and on your uterus. Although not all fibroids create symptoms, when they do, such signs may include painful sex, frequent urination, back discomfort, and heavy menstrual bleeding. You can treat larger fibroids with medication or non-surgical fibroid treatment, but smaller fibroids frequently don’t require treatment.
Apart from the he non-surgical treatments, there is also an option of non invasive fibroid surgery.
What is a fibroid?
Leiomyomas, or uterine fibroids, are growths comprised of the muscle and connective tissue from the uterus’s wall. Typically, these growths are not malignant (benign). In your pelvis, your uterus is an organ with a pear-shaped shape on its side. The size, shape, and location of fibroids can all vary greatly. They may manifest within your uterus, on its surface, or in the uterine wall. They may also use a stalk- or stem-like structure to adhere to your uterus. Fibroids can develop as a cluster or single nodule (one growth). There are both surgical and non surgical options for fibroids treatment available.