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Intramural fibroids, heavy bleeding, blood clots. Taking glycomet, tranostat. Will it cause infertility?

Hi,I m 24.I have been diagonised with 2 intramural fibroids due 2 which i have heavy bleeding and pain.My doctor says they cannot b operated.I even pass clots of blood after my periods r done.I take AMYCORDIAL and GLYCOMET-250 TWICE DAILY and TRANOSTAT-MF {during periods to stop heavy bleeding}.I m not married but would like 2 know would I face any problem in future for pregnancy.PLS suggest how can i get rid of it?
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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Hi,thanks for query.There is nothing to worry.Small size fibroid will not cause any problem in future.Just continue with the drugs advised by your doctor and keep regular follow up.Keep regular ultrasound done to check for the size of the fibroid as advised by your doctor.Wishing you good health.
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