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On fertility treatment. Took progynova, grew fabroid. Started taking TIBOLONE . Is this drug also going to grow the fabroid?

i am 44years . I am on fertility treatment which my doctor was preparing me for IVF . So he put me on progynova and this has resulted in the growth of fabroid that i have. He advised that i should be operated so he stoped me with the drug i m taking. the next sensation i m feeling is hot flushes and he gave me TIBOLONE . My question is that ,is this drug also going to grow the fabroid?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Tibolone is not likely to affect the growth of fibroid. You need to wait and continue with the treatment as prescribed by your gynecologist. Once you conceive, the fibroid is likely to grow further and may cause recurrent abortion and other complications.

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Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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