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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I'm 52 years old, I have two fibroids discovered through

I'm 52 years old, I have two fibroids discovered through MRI late last year. I recently had another MRI two weeks ago and a third fibroid was discovered.....about 1cm found. Does fibroid multiply that fast? I now have three fibroids....8cm, 4cm and 1cm. what could cause the growth of a third fibroid?
Mon, 8 Oct 2018
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