Cynthia Bailey uses Women’s History Month to talk about uterine fibroids

Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Cynthia Bailey, shared that her experience with fibroids left her in a “dark place,” but a noninvasive treatment helped get her life back.

Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey is using her platform to share her experience with uterine fibroids, which she said left her in a “dark place” and affected numerous areas of her life.

In an interview with People Magazine, Bailey said, “It’s very hard to be in a good space mentally when you’re bleeding all the time and when you don’t have any energy and you’re anemic and you don’t have the sex drive you used to have.”

Bailey did the interview in her role as a spokesperson for the USA Fibroids Centers, sharing information about noninvasive, nonsurgical ways, such as UFE, to treat the condition as part of Women’s History Month.

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