Treatment of Fibroids

What are Fibroids? Treatment of Fibroids

Myomas are benign tumors that originate from muscle cells in the uterine wall. They can grow into or out of the uterine wall and, accordingly, cause various symptoms and complaints. Fibroids are detected very frequently, but only a certain part of them cause complaints such as bleeding, feeling of pressure or pain in women.

The most common symptoms caused by fibroids are listed below.

Excessive menstrual bleeding

Pelvic pressure or pain

Frequent urination

Difficulty emptying the bladder

Constipation

Leg pain

The diagnosis of fibroids can be made easily by ultrasound and physical examination. Sometimes, physicians may request magnetic resonance imaging support for complete mapping.
Myomas in patients who do not have any complaints do not need to be treated. Regardless of the size of the fibroids, they are treated according to the symptoms of the patients. Often it is possible to remove fibroids alone. These procedures can be performed by surgeons experienced in minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopy / robotic surgery) without performing open surgery.

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