A field of purple lavender flowers representing letting your uterus health bloom this spring.

“Imagine if your uterus was a fertile garden-uterine fibroids would be the weeds needing eradication”. Fibroids are benign tumors that grow inside or outside the walls of the uterus. These tumors can be symptomatic and can cause many painful symptoms such as heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding that can continue for more than a week and may lead to anemia (iron deficiency) causing tiredness and fatigue, frequent urination, abdominal cramps, pelvic pain and pressure, pain during sexual intercourse and enlarged abdomen. Spring is the season of love and friendship. It is the time to enjoy outdoor activities with your family, friend or a special someone and a great time to look your best to prepare for an amazing summer. Uterine fibroids can be a huge stumbling block in the way of spring joy. Beautiful spring weather is the perfect time for picnics, but if you are suffering from symptomatic fibroids enjoying an outdoor activity can sometimes be a stressful experience especially if you are on your period as heavy bleeding can stain your clothes. Sometimes larger fibroids can also cause pain during sexual intercourse making sex unappealing. Fibroids can also affect the intricate process of conceiving a pregnancy and may lead to infertility issues for a woman trying to get pregnant. Heavy menstrual bleeding for prolonged periods of time can also lead to anemia (iron deficiency) causing fatigue and tiredness affecting your energy levels. At USA Fibroid Centers we offer minimally invasive and non-surgical treatment for symptomatic fibroids- Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) during which the fibroid is reduced in size and the symptoms gradually disappear. Most women feel a great improvement in their symptoms after a UFE procedure. If you are suffering from symptomatic fibroids, don’t suffer in pain another day! Call (855) 667 4247 to schedule a consultation with one of our leading vascular specialists. All treatments at USA Fibroid Centers are covered by insurance plans.