What Are Uterine Fibroids?
Fibroids are unnatural uterine growths, which are also known as myomas, leiomyomas, and uterine fibroids. Although fibroids are not malignant or life-threatening, they can occasionally result in difficulties and other health issues. They usually develop in and around the uterine walls. They could get as big as a tennis ball or as small as a seed. You might have one or more fibroids. Around 80 per cent of women have fibroids in their lifetime. Some of the common symptoms of the disease include pain, heavy menstrual bleeding, constipation, anaemia, difficulty getting pregnant and miscarriages.