Thanks for your query.
I will try my best to provide you with best possible professional recommendations to your questions.
Bleeding do occur after miscarriage
, lasts for week to 10 days. Though fibroids tend to grow in size during pregnancy
, it is unlikely that they will cause you any symptoms. Some pregnant women do experience minor symptoms, particularly pelvic pain
and light spotting. However, most pregnant women will not even know that the fibroids are there.
fibroids during pregnancy do increase your risk of miscarriage or preterm labor
During pregnancy, it is recommended that you not seek any treatment for your fibroids. Your doctor will monitor the growth of your fibroids in order to anticipate any complications. If you are experiencing pain, try lying down or using an ice pack to numb the area. Immediate treatment may be pursued if you begin to bleed profusely or experience severe pain
After pregnancy, fibroids tend to shrink in size, and probably won’t cause you any problems.
Its important to know which type of fibroid is there and its size to plan line of treatment.
I think you can get pregnant again but you have to visit your consulting doctor regularly to check the size and its impact.
Yet again, I do hope that you have found something helpful and I will be glad to answer any further query.