Fibroid Awareness Month is a time to learn more about fibroids and raise awareness about this important health issue. Raising awareness can help more women get the diagnosis and treatment they need.
Fibroids are common, but many women don’t know about them. July is Fibroid Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to learn more about these non-cancerous growths that can develop in the uterus.
If you’re concerned about fibroids, please join USA Fibroid Centers’ efforts to educate more women about this disease and uterine fibroid embolization. Our Fibroid Awareness Kit can help you and other women learn about fibroids and treatment options.
Uterine fibroid disease is the leading cause of hysterectomies, with one in three women having a hysterectomy by age 60. We specialize in uterine fibroid embolization (UFE), a far less invasive alternative that preserves a woman’s uterus and fertility.
Please help us spread the word during Fibroid Awareness Month!
Download the Fibroid Awareness Tool Kit
What to Do
- Download this Fibroid Awareness Tool kit to share digitally on social media pages, blogs, or websites.
- Print and post in your community at churches, libraries, schools, and social centers.
- Ask your health provider to post.
- Keep it as a handy reference.
Shareable Social Media Posts
Share one of two Social Media Posts anytime July 1 – 31st on your social media posts.
Social Media Post #1: Screenshot and post on Facebook, Instagram, or other social media platforms.
Step One Share one of two Social Media Posts anytime July 1 – 31st on your social media posts.
Step Two Tag us: #FibroidAwarenessMonth #FibroidFighters.
Step Three: Use our suggested copy or create your own.
Suggested Copy #1: Let's share fibroid facts during Fibroid Awareness Month. Fibroids are benign tumors that affect 26 million American women and are the leading cause of hysterectomies, even though non-surgical options exist. Learn more at www.usafibroidcenters.com and sign up for the newsletter. #FibroidAwarenessMonth #USAFibroidCenters.
Suggested copy #2: Are you at risk for uterine fibroid disease? An estimated 80 percent of all women will develop this condition by age 50. Learn more at www.usafibroidcenters.com and sign up for the newsletter. #FibroidAwarenessMonth #USAFibroidCenters.
Together we can make a difference.
The goal is to observe Fibroid Awareness Month nationally so that more women can have a voice in their health decisions. We want to help women understand their condition and know their treatment options from the very start.
Here are some ways to participate in Fibroid Awareness Month:
- Learn more about fibroids and their symptoms.
- Talk to your doctor about fibroids.
- Share information about fibroids with your friends and family.
- Use our sharable social media posts.
- Share your own experience with fibroids or UFE.
By participating in Fibroid Awareness Month, you can help to raise awareness about this common condition and help more women get the diagnosis and treatment they need.