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Fibroid Treatment Centers in New Jersey
If you are struggling with uterine fibroids, you probably already know these benign growths can cause uncomfortable or even painful symptoms –– such as heavy bleeding, severe cramping, low energy levels, diminished sex life, and frequent urination. Women in New Jersey with uterine fibroids can now turn to our expert team at USA Fibroid Centers for a non-surgical treatment option. Our national network of medical centers specialize in Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) –– an effective, less-invasive treatment approach that preserves the uterus and provides quick relief to fibroid symptoms..
Uterine fibroids come in four types, classified by location within the uterus:
Symptoms of Fibroids may include:
- Heavy or prolonged menstruation
- Anemia-induced fatigue
- Pelvic or lower back pain
- Stomach bloating
- Frequent urination
- Painful sexual intercourse
- Severe cramps or pelvic pressure
The type, size, location, and number of fibroids present can impact which symptoms occur, as well as their severity. In some cases, symptoms do not present at all.
Over half of women don’t believe they are at risk of developing fibroids, but the reality is that up to 80% of women develop them by age 50. While there are several available treatment options, patients are often misinformed of what’s available. Many believe that hysterectomy –– the surgical removal of the uterus –– is the only method available. A hysterectomy is a major surgery that typically requires a recovery time of six to eight weeks.
At USA Fibroid Centers, our team of skilled physicians and specialists aim to educate about the unique, effective, non-surgical treatment option that can preserve your uterus and ovaries, eliminate painful and unpleasant symptoms, and quickly get you back to living life to its fullest. The standard recovery time from UFE procedures is only one to two weeks.
There’s no need to let your fibroid symptoms interfere with your career, sex life, self-esteem, and social interactions. Instead, take advantage of a cutting-edge fibroid treatment in New Jersey by contacting USA Fibroid Centers.
Non-surgical New Jersey uterine fibroid treatment
Our fibroid experts want to inform patients that Uterine Fibroid Embolization is an effective, outpatient fibroid treatment that requires a shorter recovery time than hysterectomy. Beyond that, you should understand that this is a well-established procedure that has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). At USA Fibroid Centers, UFE is performed by highly qualified, experienced interventional radiologists in state-of-the-art facilities. Our knowledgeable New Jersey fibroid specialists will guide you every step of the way through treatment, recovery, and beyond.
The entire treatment, lasting only 30 to 45 minutes, involves a simple procedure:
- Fibroids are located using an advanced ultrasound in a process called fibroid mapping.
- After numbing the area, our interventional radiologists make a small incision on the upper thigh.
- A tiny catheter is inserted into the incision and threaded into the artery supplying blood to the fibroid.
- The doctor releases small particles, which flow from the catheter and block the arteries.
- The blocked blood flow causes the fibroids to shrink and eventually die.
- UFE is performed under light sedation; general anaesthesia is not required.
- You’ll go home without any stitches, just a small bandage.
Uterine Fibroid Embolization can bring quick and significant relief for symptoms impacting your normal daily activities. To find out whether you are a candidate, we recommend scheduling an appointment to meet with one of our fibroid specialists. In New Jersey, fibroid treatments at USA Fibroid Centers are performed with unparalleled skill, cutting-edge technology, and the highest regard for our patients’ overall quality of life.
After Uterine Fibroid Embolization, patients often report:
- Shorter, lighter periods, lasting between 5-7 days
- Less constipation and bloating
- Decreased pain during intercourse
- No pelvic pressure or pain
- Normal frequency of urination
- No protruding belly or abdomen
- Buying and using less sanitary hygiene products
- Taking less over-the-counter pain medications to manage pelvic pain or cramps
Our primary goal is that you’ll no longer need to cancel social plans or avoid work responsibilities due to painful, unpleasant, and inconvenient symptoms. We want you to take back your life!
Looking for a New Jersey Fibroid Specialist?
As America’s number-one fibroid treatment experts, USA Fibroid Centers has centers in convenient locations in New Jersey.
Our New Jersey fibroid specialists work individually with each patient, confirming their diagnosis and reviewing the procedure in detail so that they are fully informed of their options to avoid unnecessary fibroid surgery.
At USA Fibroid Centers, we believe every woman deserves this type of personalized consultation and hope to set a new standard of patient care.
Book your New Jersey Fibroid Treatment today
After Uterine Fibroid Embolization, women have the opportunity to rediscover a life free of pain, heavy bleeding, and other undesirable symptoms of uterine fibroids. You can learn more about New Jersey fibroid treatment and the UFE procedure by scheduling an appointment at the USA Fibroid Center location nearest you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are USA Fibroid Centers in New Jersey?
We specialize in treating uterine fibroids using Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE), a minimally invasive procedure, in New Jersey. UFE offers quicker recovery than traditional surgeries like hysterectomy.
What are the common symptoms and classifications of uterine fibroids?
Uterine fibroids, benign tumors in the uterus, can cause symptoms like heavy menstruation, pain during intercourse, and frequent urination. They are categorized as Intramural, Subserosal, Pedunculated, and Submucosal.
How can I consult with a fibroid specialist in New Jersey?
Schedule an appointment at our New Jersey clinic or opt for a telemedicine consultation. Our UFE procedure is less invasive than traditional surgeries, involves no incisions, and preserves the uterus.