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While there is no foolproof way to avoiding fibroids, balancing one’s hormone levels has been known to assist in the management of this common, benign condition. Hormones, particularly estrogen, are one of the leading causes of new fibroid development and growth.
Is there some relationship between fibroids and the hormone estrogen? With the numerous and life-altering side effects of having fibroids, women should know about the connection between fibroids and estrogen, and if there is anything they can do to relieve their symptoms.
When you have symptoms from fibroids, the pain and disruption they cause can take over your life. These benign tumors in the uterus affect women in their thirties, forties, and right up to menopause. The pain can be relentless and excessive bleeding can lead to anemia.
For women who suffer from the symptoms of uterine fibroids, new studies are discovering more about the underlying factors that influence fibroids and endometriosis, which may lead to better treatments. Genetic testing for fibroids may soon become a reality.
There are many women in the world that are affected by fibroids, which naturally means that there are many women looking for effective solutions to this condition. The tricky part is, there is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to treating uterine fibroids.
Denver Fibroids Is Moving! Effective April 29th, 2019, our new location will be 8671 South Quebec Street, Suite #200, Highlands Ranch, CO 80130. The new building is conveniently located off of Quebec St and C-470, and adjacent to King Soopers. The phone and fax numbers are the same.
Fibroids primarily affect women during their thirties and forties, and yes, unfortunately, fibroids can often cause weight gain. One might call it a “double whammy” for women.
Uterine fibroids are much more common than many people assume. According to the National Institutes of Health, one study found that between 80 and 90 percent of African American women and 70 percent of Caucasian women will develop fibroids before the age of 50.
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