Fibroids during pregnancy
can cause various affects on the pregnancy like miscarriage
and bleeding in early pregnancy, preterm labor
, placental abruption
, placenta praevia
, preterm premature rupture of membranes
and fetal anomalies and fetal growth retardation. Conversely, fibroids grow to some extent in early pregnancy and pain is the commonest complication during pregnancy. Myomectomy may be done during the first and second trimesters if needed, but a myomectomy along with a caesarean section
is not advisable; it is done only when unavoidable; pedunculated subserous fibroid can be removed during caesarean delivery. Please get further suggestions from your doctor. Good luck.