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What Size Uterine Fibroids Should Be Removed

Uterine Fibroids can range in size from a pea up to a grapefruit. While there is no specific size that requires treatment, once they become large. Bulk symptoms such as pushing on the spine, the bladder, or other adjacent organs. At that point, they are quite uncomfortable and should be removed. Uterine Fibroids, additionally, can cause symptoms even when they’re small. These symptoms can include profound bleeding or cramping pain during the menstrual cycle. Learn more today at

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