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10 Facts on Fibroid Uterus Treatment

Fibroid surgery

Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that originate in the uterus. It is not known why women develop uterine fibroids. They are diagnosed by pelvic exam and by ultrasound. Uterine fibroids are usually found in women during their 30s and 40s, and typically shrink in size after menopause. Uterine fibroids can cause pain, bloating, and bleeding. If you or someone you know is experiencing any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately. Here are some of the facts on uterine fibroids, and some of the options for fibroid uterus treatment that can help those afflicted take back control of their life.

The Facts

  • The average affected uterus has an average of six to seven fibroids.
  • Of women diagnosed with fibroids, 46% experienced “gushing” or “flooding” during their period,
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    Daily Skin Care Can Provide a Lifetime of Healthy Results

    Cosmetic solutions for skin care

    We’ve all had it happen. You are in the middle of getting ready for a big night out. You had your nails done earlier in the day and you just finished the hour long process of getting your hair ready. You finally slow down enough to take a quick look in the mirror before walking out the door. And then you notice it. How could you possible have missed it before? A fairly large pimple has appeared on your chin. It is mostly covered my your makeup, but it likely won’t stay under cover long.

    Maybe you should have listened at the salon when that clear skinned woman in the sleek, black smock stopped by to talk to you about a discounted facial. You were in a rush at the time, and you have never really been much of a fan of someone messing with your face, but maybe you should start taking better car

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    3 Routine Medical Procedures That Could Save Your Life

    Questions to ask a cardiologist

    Of the 10 leading causes of death, 6 of them are related to diseases that can be treated when detected early. While the list of routine medical checks that a doctor might recommend is overwhelming, here are a few not to skip on; they could save your life:

    Early Detection for Cervical Cancer

    Cervical cancer is the 10th most common form of mortality from cancer in the United States. While the statistics are startling, the rate of invasive cervical cancer has declined by 50% in the last 3 decades. This is a direct result of routine pap smears and early cervical cancer detection becoming more commonplace.

    Many women avoid scheduling routine pap smears because the procedure is unpleasant and uncomfortable. Finding an OBGYN you trust makes the pap sme

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