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Heavy bleeding, lower abdominal pain. Diagnosed with intramural fibroid, bulky and anteverted uterus. Suggestive treatment?

i am 50 years old female. i m diagnosed with 2 intramurual fibroid measuring 30X20 mm on right anterriolateral wall & 21X19mm on posterior wall of the uterus . Uterus is bulky in size & anteverted in position , measrimg 19X71X47mm. Clinical symproms are heavy bleeding accompanied with big clots with pain in the lower abdomen .
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have been diagnosed to have two intramural fibroid in your Uterus.This is the cause of your bleeding You have to consult some Gynecologist at earliest and get your Hysterectomy(Surgery) done before you loose to much blood Please note that there is no medical treatment for the Fibroid of the Uterus.
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