Can you have fibroid tumors during menopause?

Answer On One Hand: Early Menopause TumorsFibroid tumors can occur anytime after a woman begins to produce estrogen during puberty and extend into the early stages of menopause. As Susan Weed points out, ... Read More »

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Should post menopausal women have fibroid tumors removed?

On One Hand: Removal May Not Be NecessaryFibroid tumors have a tendency to shrink on their own during menopause because of the decrease of estrogen in a woman's body, according to the Mayo Clinic a... Read More »

Fibroid tumors and fertility?

Yes, since you have fibroid tumours, this decreases your chance of conceiving a child naturally. You have many other options though, like surrogacy which are available to you.

How to Prevent Fibroid Tumors?

Fibroid tumors are tissue growths, and even though they are described as tumors, they are not related to cancer. Fibroid tumors usually grow in the womb or uterus wall. Although fibroids eventually... Read More »

Are fibroid tumors painful?

On One Hand: Uterine Fibroids Are Usually AsymptomaticUterine fibroids, which are non-cancerous tumors that grow in the uterus, usually do not cause any symptoms. Many women with uterine fibroids d... Read More »