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How Are Uterine Fibroids Diagnosed

Dr. Donikyan explains how uterine fibroids are diagnosed. Generally, when a woman has issues with excessive bleeding, pain, or discomfort, the first step is an ultrasound. Because fibroids appear in the uterine tissue, an ultrasound is the easiest, quickest, and least invasive way to make a diagnosis. For more difficult cases an MRI may also be used.

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