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Fibroids pregnancy

>> Sunday, October 30, 2011

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"I have had fibroids for several years, but so far no problems. But, now that I'm pregnant, I worried it would be dangerous fibroids. "

Fibroids usually occur in women aged over 35 years, and k the number of pregnant women in the arena of that age group is increasing, then the fibroids become increasingly common in pregnancy (estimated average of 1 to 2 out of 100 pregnant women). Most of the pregnant women with fibroids can pass through pregnancy without complications of fibroids that in connection with pregnancy. But sometimes small, non-malignant growth on the inner wall of the uterus can cause problems, and slightly raise the risk of pregnancy
ectopic, miscarriage, placenta previa (low-lying placenta), placental abruption (separation of the placenta from the uterine wall too early), premature birth, premature rupture of the membranes, birth of a fetus that has meniggal, changes in the form of the fetus, breech and fetal position Another difficult. To minimize this risk, you will need: under the supervision of a physician; discuss fibroids with your doctor so that you know more about this condition in general and about the risks in your particular case; reduce the risk of other pregnancy, and particularly alert to symptoms that may is a sign of a problem.
Sometimes a woman with fibroids may feel pressure or pain in the abdomen. While this should be reported to the doctor, but usually do not have to worry about. Rest in bed and use of pain pills are safe for pregnancy for four or five days is usually enough to relieve the complaint. Sometimes, fibroids may shrink and rotate, and cause abdominal pain that is often accompanied by fever. Rarely time needed surgery to remove fibroids that are degenerating or that cause other disorders. When doctors suspect that the fibroids can disrupt the normal vaginal delivery, then they can choose to perform the Caesarean section.

"Several years ago, I retrieved a pair of fibroids, Is this going to cause problems in pregnancy at this time?"

In general, surgical removal of a small fibroid tumors of the uterus does not affect subsequent pregnancies. However, widespread operation to capture a large fibroid, can sufficiently weaken the uterus so that she could not withstand the load at delivery. If after inspection report ever done surgery, your doctor think that your uterus is weak, then the plan will be made through a Caesarean birth. And you must know and recognize signs of premature labor, just in case if the contractions start before the planned surgery. Also you must plan for emergency transport to take you as soon as possible to the hospital when you deliver.

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