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Does fibroid cause cervical hypertrophy ?

HI,I am 32 yrs old.My wt is FsH-11.17,Lh-4.15, TSH & prolactin normal at 2nd day of mens.on usg of uterus reports shows-one subserous fibroid(size-2.7cm),one cervical submucous fibroid(size3.6cm)&cyst on rt ovary .after doing laparoscopy &cystescopy one subserous fibroid &cyst from right ovary is removed &found both tubocornual said-after giving incision on post fornix found no submucous fibroid,only cervix is biopsy is fibroid causes tubocornual block &cervix hypertrophy?is any ayurbedic medication available for conceiving?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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yes fibroid can cause tubal blockage and cervical hypertrophy but it all depends on fibroid site.
and yes there is good treatment available for fibroid in alternative medicines like ayurveda and homeopathy without side effects.
Answered: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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