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What Happens After You Are Diagnosed with Uterine Fibroids

Uterine fibroids are benign tumors. If they are causing no symptoms, you can live with them for the rest of your life and have no problems. However, once they become symptomatic, such as causing increased bleeding or pain, then you may desire to pursue treatment. There are no size criteria for treatment. It’s really on the basis of symptoms. When symptoms begin, you should consider your options. When they are more moderate in size and don’t require removal, there are many non-invasive options that are available to you. Learn more at

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