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How Can UFE Help Alleviate Pain and Discomfort

Uterine Artery Embolization shrinks the size of fibroids, effectively causing them to die by cutting off their independent blood supply. Embolizing the fibroids means they are no longer able to react to hormonal influences from the body, causing them to shrink in size. As they decrease in size, the pain and discomfort caused by compression on structures like nerves and organs adjacent to the uterus is alleviated. Controlling the size of fibroids through embolization is a very effective mechanism for dealing with those symptoms.

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