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Uterine Fibroid Treatment Clinic in Pennsylvania, PA
If you are located in Pennsylvania and have been diagnosed with uterine fibroids, we offer a non-surgical fibroid treatment option.
At USA Fibroid Centers, we focus on treating uterine fibroids through the use of a procedure called Uterine Fibroid Embolization. UFE has a high success rate at alleviating fibroid symptoms and does not require general anesthesia, which means recovery is significantly quicker than surgery like Hysterectomy.
We have a team of fibroid specialists and interventional radiologists who have decades of combined experience treating women of uterine fibroids though the use of minimally invasive methods, and all of our fibroid specialists conduct treatment appointments in outpatient settings. Depending on the size and number of your fibroids, your UFE treatment could take as little as 30 minutes.
Uterine fibroids are a common condition that mainly affect African-American women, however all women of reproductive age are at risk for developing fibroids. Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that develop within the uterus or on the uterine walls. Fibroids often cause inconvenient symptoms like:
Heavy and prolonged menstruation between or during your periods
Anemia, which can lead to fatigue
Pain during intercourse
Constipation and/or bloating
Pain in your pelvis or lower back
Increased menstrual cramping
The symptoms that you develop from fibroids are dependent on the size, location, and number of your fibroids. There are 4 main categories to classify fibroids:
Pennsylvania Fibroid Treatment
At our fibroid clinics in Pennsylvania, you can expect high quality fibroid care from skilled medical experts. We have a whole team of professionals who are waiting to help you find relief from your fibroid symptoms. Unlike other fibroid treatment centers in Pennsylvania, we exclusively focus on treating fibroids through the use of UFE. UFE can be a great alternative to surgeries like hysterectomy or myomectomy as it allows for preservation of the uterus.
UFE is a low-risk procedure compared to a hysterectomy or myomectomy. Some of the benefits of UFE include that there are no incisions, it’s less invasive than surgery, and it requires a shorter recovery time. The biggest risks include infection or damage to the blood vessel. Our interventional radiologists at one of our Pennsylvania fibroid clinics will walk you through the entire procedure and answer all questions regarding treatment, risks, benefits, and recovery. We want you to feel as informed and comfortable as possible when choosing fibroid treatment.
Fibroid Specialists in Pennsylvania
When you are searching for a Pennsylvania fibroid specialist, you can call us to schedule an appointment at one of our PA fibroid clinics, or to schedule a consultation through telemedicine.
Our fibroid specialists in PA are dedicated to helping you find lasting relief from painful and often debilitating fibroid symptoms. If you are located in Pennsylvania and are search of a minimally-invasive solution to your uterine fibroids, you can call us to schedule an appointment with one of our fibroid experts, or schedule an appointment online.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are USA Fibroid Centers in Pennsylvania?
We specialize in treating uterine fibroids using Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE), a minimally invasive procedure, in Pennsylvania. 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 Pennsylvania?
Schedule an appointment at our Pennsylvania clinic or opt for a telemedicine consultation. Our UFE procedure is less invasive than traditional surgeries, involves no incisions, and preserves the uterus.