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What are Uterine Fibroids?

Uterine fibroids are the abnormal growths in the uterus of a female. Although these fibroids are unusual growths in the uterus, they are mostly non-cancerous. These fibroids may even grow outside or inside the uterine walls. The size of uterine fibroids can vary from as small as the size of a pea to as big as a grapefruit. There can be single or multiple fibroids in a uterus, depending upon the seriousness of the condition. Uterine fibroids should not be taken casually, they require proper and timely treatment.

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    Overview of Uterine Fibroids

    Causes of Uterine Fibroids

    Hormonal imbalance in the body (excess estrogen over progesterone)

    Genetic factor

    Excess consumption of red meat

    Vitamin D deficiency


    High blood pressure/hypertension

    Symptoms of Uterine Fibroids

    Heavy and painful bleeding during periods

    Irregular periods

    Frequent spotting between period cycle

    Menstruation lasting for more than 5-6 days

    Pain in the lower back and the abdomen

    Painful sexual intercourse

    Heaviness in the pelvic region

    Discomfort in passing urine

    Treatment of Uterine Fibroids


    The doctor physically examines the patient to check for any irregularities or abnormal growths in the uterus. If the doctor feels some irregularities then further diagnostic tests for uterine fibroids are carried out.

    • Ultrasound- It is the most common diagnosis to confirm the uterine fibroids. It makes the use of sound waves to clearly visualize the uterus and get the measurement of fibroids. The doctor either use the ultrasound device over the abdominal area or place it inside the vagina to attain the clear pictures of the uterus’ condition
    • Blood test- If you face the issue of abnormal period blood flow, the doctor usually orders lab tests related to blood to check the blood count. In most cases of uterine fibroids, the female is anemic due to excess blood loss during periods.
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)- This test gives a detailed view of the size and the exact location of the uterine fibroids. The procedure of MRI is carried out mostly for women with larger uterus and women who are nearing menopause.
    • Hysteroscopy- It is the surgical procedure that is performed to look inside the uterus to diagnose or treat the uterine fibroids. Hysteroscopy is performed with the help of a thin tube called the hysteroscope that has a camera mounted on the top of it. During hysteroscopy, the doctor inserts the hysteroscope inside the vagina to properly examine the cervix and the uterus. Hysteroscopy is used as an operative procedure in the mild cases of uterine fibroids.


    The doctor may carry out hysteroscopy as an operative technique or prescribe you some medications if you have really small uterine fibroids. But in cases where a female has numerous big size fibroids in her uterus, medications do not prove to be effective. In such cases, only the surgical procedure of hysterectomy is the safest option.


    Hysterectomy is the procedure of surgically removing the uterus of a female. It involves removing the cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes, or any other fibroid affected part of the uterus. Thus, hysterectomy can be partial or complete, it depends on the severity of the condition of fibroids of the patient. Laparoscopic hysterectomy is an absolutely safe procedure that serves as the permanent solution to uterine fibroids. Also, laparoscopic hysterectomy offers fast recovery and the patient faces minimal pain and discomfort while recovering. The surgery is performed at Surgicare associated hospitals in India only.

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    We offer free follow-up consultations and instructions including dietary tips as well as exercises to every patient to ensure they have a smooth recovery to their daily routines.

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    Our surgeons spend a lot of time with you to diagnose your condition. You are assisted in all pre-surgery medical diagnostics. Our procedures are according to the norms of NABH.

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    A dedicated Medical Coordinator assists you throughout the surgery journey from insurance paperwork, to free commute from home to hospital & back and admission-discharge process at the hospital.

    Frequently   Asked Questions

    Prolonged and untreated uterine fibroids are known to increase the risk of caesarean section, breech birth and preterm deliveries in pregnant women. In some cases, they can even lead to frequent miscarriages during the first or second trimester.

    The best and permanent treatment of recurrent and large uterine fibroids is laparoscopic hysterectomy. In a laparoscopic hysterectomy, the surgeon uses a laparoscope to remove either some part or whole of the uterus, along with the fibroids. It is a minimally invasive and painless procedure, and offers speedy recovery.

    Fibroids have a tendency to grow in size and weight over time. This, in turn, is reflected in the woman’s body weight as well and you may notice an increase in your weight.

    Although most uterine fibroids are benign, they can cause a variety of other complications if left untreated. Therefore do not worry much, but at the same time, do not take uterine fibroids casually. Seek medical consultation and receive proper treatment.

    Laparoscopic hysterectomy is a 100% safe procedure. Since no major cuts or incisions are carried out during the procedure, there is no associated risk of infections or postoperative complications. Thus, you can rely on it without any worries.

    Almost all uterine fibroids are benign (non-cancerous). Cancerous growths are seen in rare cases of fibroids (1 in 1000) and are also known as leiomyosarcomas.

    Cysts and fibroids are quite different. Fibroids consist of a clump of dense tissues inside the uterus. Cyst, on the other hand, is a fluid-filled cavity that develops in the ovarian region.

    No both are absolutely different conditions. Uterine fibroids are muscular outgrowths in the uterus whereas cyst have fluid filled cavities. Both fibroids and cysts in the uterus cause severe pain and cramps. Thus need proper diagnosis and treatment.

    What are the different types of uterine fibroids?

    Depending upon where they grow, uterine fibroids may be classified into four types:
    1. Submucosal fibroids – They grow in the submucosa, the thin layer of tissue that is found in the uterus. Submucosal fibroids can protrude into the uterine cavity. They are the rarest form of uterine fibroids.
    2. Intramural fibroids – They are grown within the uterine wall and the most common type of uterine fibroid.
    3. Subserosal fibroid – They grow on the outside of the uterine wall.
    4. Pedunculated fibroids – They are connected to the uterus by a stem or stalk.
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    Can uterine fibroids cause cancer?

    Most of the times, uterine fibroids are harmless and poses no major life complications even if left untreated. In many cases, uterine fibroids do not even cause any symptoms that could warrant removal of the uterus or any immediate medical treatment. If you are diagnosed with uterine fibroids and notice that they are growing at a rapid pace, it could be a sign of leiomyosarcoma, a very rare cancerous form of the uterus. The difference in the pace of uterus growth, in this case, is very different from normal cases. But, leaving uterine fibroids unattended or untreated for too long can eventually cause severe complications that may finally require the removal of the uterus. If the uterine fibroids grow too big in size, removing them can be risky and difficult.

    How uterine fibroids can affect pregnancy?

    Having uterine fibroids is common and is hardly a cause of concern. But depending on the location of the fibroids, how many fibroids you have and how big are they – the complications during pregnancy could vary. Uterine fibroids may cause the following risks for a pregnant woman:
    1. Poor contractions – If the uterine tissue is disrupted by fibroids, it may cause poor or weak contraction during labour. In this case, cervical dilation becomes difficult and hence calls for C-section delivery.
    2. Postpartum haemorrhage – Poor contractions in the uterine muscles may cause bleeding after delivery. Postpartum haemorrhage is a bleeding disorder that is caused due to the loss of tone in the uterine muscle. Vaginal bleeding in his condition does not slow down or stop and calls for an emergency.
    3. Incomplete cervical dilation – If there are multiple uterine fibroids or if the size of the fibroids is too large, it can cause crowding in the lower uterine area which can block the normal opening of the birth canal. Obstruction in the birth canal may increase the need for cesarean delivery.
    Although the risks of uterine fibroids to the fetus is comparatively low, some of the complications may include:
    • Abnormal placenta
    • Breech position of the baby due to limited space in the uterus
    • Premature delivery

    What happens in surgical removal of uterine fibroids?

    The surgical procedure of removing uterine fibroids without taking out the healthy tissues is known as myomectomy. This procedure is considered to be the most effective treatment for the removal of uterine fibroids and preventing their recurrence. Conventionally, myomectomy is performed by making open incisions in the abdominal wall. But, with medical advances, minimally invasive techniques of removal of uterine fibroids have come into existence such as laparoscopic removal of the uterine fibroids or hysteroscopic removal of uterine fibroids. In hysteroscopic removal of the uterine fibroids, the surgeon inserts a thin scope into the uterus through the cervix and the vagina. No incision is made in the process. The surgeon removes the fibroids and polyps with the help of the scope. The procedure takes less than 30 minutes to complete and the patient is sent home after taking a rest for some time.

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