Uterine Myomas Can Miscarry Also!

There is a condition that is called in lay terms miscarrying myoma. It is not common, but all gynos will see these cases. The fibroid may have once been inside the wall of the uterus or on a stalk within the uterus and it just begins to work it's way free. Often these cases create extremely heavy bleeding and need immediate attention. Here are pictures illustrating what is seen. Treatment is usually surgical and in many cases the fibroids can be removed and the uterus saved, in some cases it causes such profuse bleeding a hysterectomy has to be done. For information on uterine fibroid treatment options please refer to the Venus study site.
Cervical Fibroid

Cervical Fibroid Trying to Deliver Itself


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