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November 30, 2018

The wall of the uterus is made of smooth muscles cells that are spindle shaped and all virtually identical in size and function. However, the walls can change.

Uterine fibroids are essentially nodules of uterine muscle tissue that normally reside within or as part of the wall of the uterus.

Oddly, most cases of pregnancy ju...

November 15, 2018

Miscarriages, besides being emotionally draining for any couple who have experienced one, are common and often not well understood. They occur in up to 25% of couples. Most are actually caused by chromosome problems with the egg or embryo and have no real treatment.

Other miscarriage causes include older moms and dads, st...

August 29, 2018

If you have had an endometrial ablation and have developed symptoms of pelvic pain you might have post endometrial ablation syndrome.  It is a constellation of symptoms due to entrapped blood (hematometra) or tissue within a uterus that has previously undergone an endometrial ablation.

While relatively uncommon, it may be...

July 8, 2018

By age 50 over 80% of women have been diagnosed with a uterine fibroid, although without a recent exam or ultrasound you may not even know you have one. Over half of all women with fibroids, however, will have symptoms that require treatment.

Surgery, in fact typically a hysterectomy, has been the most common treatment for...

June 22, 2018

WHP is currently enrolling clinical trials for treatments of uterine fibroids in women with heavy menstrual periods. If you are interested please call WHP Clinical Research at 217-356-3736. Or look on line for more information.

1. 80% of women will have a uterine fibroid by age 50, although many are asymptomatic and will...

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