congrats..you are 15 weeks pregnant now..
Now coming to your problem of fibroid- there are certain thing about fibroid to remember.
1] Most studies have not found an increased rate of intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR
) or of stillbirth (fetal demise) in pregnancies complicated by uterine fibroids
2] There have been uncommon reports of limb abnormalities, head deformities, congenital torticollis
(wryneck), and caudal dysplasia
in the fetuses of pregnancies that were complicated by large uterine fibroids
3] Fibroids can also impact timing and mode of delivery. There is evidence, albeit weak, that some fibroids could trigger early onset of labour and preterm delivery. This is not a common.
4] However, pregnant women with fibroids to be at increased risk for pain, breech presentation
, malposition, and cesarean delivery
If you get any symptoms like abdominal pain/discharge, consult gynecologist.