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There is no reliable medical management for surgery. You have not mentioned the size and number of fibroids. If the fibroids are small and of sub-serous type, it should not affect pregnancy
, but if they are large and intramural in location then it might interfere with pregnancy.
As for keloid formation, there is small chance that it may occur again, but usually it is seen in the chest and adjacent areas.