Severe menstrual cramps
That time of the month is not expected to be enjoyable, but it shouldn’t knock you down. Uterine fibroids can cause a woman to experience extremely painful periods. Women who have symptomatic fibroids often have to call off of work or skip social events because of the pain, and usually heavy bleeding. This can impact a woman’s life dramatically especially when it happens every month and the symptoms only become worse. Sometimes, when a woman also experiences bleeding in between periods, it feels like it’s never ending. The good news is that fibroid is treatable – going through the recommended treatment for fibroids will relieve you of your symptoms like heavy bleeding, pelvic pain, and constipation. This will improve your quality of life tremendously.
Don’t Ignore the Symptoms
It is important for any woman having debilitating pain during her period to see her doctor. This is a major symptom of uterine fibroids and the only way to truly solve the problem is to treat the fibroid itself. Other common fibroid symptoms are-
- Pelvic Pain and Pressure
- Anemia causing fatigue
- Pelvic pain and pressure
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Frequent urination
- Constipation and bloating
- Heavy Bleeding (discussed above)
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Treat the Source of the Problem
You can find relief from extremely painful menstrual cramps and other symptoms by treating the source of the problem: uterine fibroids. At USA Fibroid Centers, we recommend a non-surgical procedure to alleviate problematic symptoms, called Uterine Fibroid Embolization. Most women return home the same day of their procedure and get back to your normal, daily activities in 2-7 days.
Learn more about Uterine Fibroid Embolization to feel comfortable. Finding a cure to your symptoms will give you your freedom back. Hope you take the first steps to your recovery and health.