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I have afibroid 2cm diameter in the neck of uterus. Should i be worried ?

hi dr. i am 41 yr old woman. i missed my period 9 days then there was bleedind for 3 days red blood , i went to my gyno- doctor and told me i have afibroid 2cm diameter in the neck of uterus, i made hormonal test and have FSH level 15.8IU/l is it something i have to be take care of?????
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jul 2011
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Your FSH level is normal. It was probably asked to know your ovary function which usually decreases during menopause time. Your fibroid can cause heavy and irregular bleeding as well as pain on menstruation. You can be recommended medicines to control bleeding, pain for treatment but hysterectomy will cure the disease and also prevent uterus cancer which could occur in later age. You can discuss with Gynaecologist about the same.
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