December 9, 2015 // Posted in: Conditions, Featured, Infertility
The risks associated with growing fibroids are often underplayed by many doctors. The goal for many is to avoid surgery, and often avoid even non-invasive treatment until a fibroid becomes problematic. Women hear “watch and wait” from many medical practitioners: from gynecologists, general practitioners, physician’s assistants, and internal medicine doctors.
This philosophy is outdated and actually increases the risks of infertility, abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain, bloating and uterine distortion, putting women at a higher risk for a hysterectomy.Read More