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Actual Uterine Fibroid Embolization

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Published on Oct 4, 2017

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Welcome back to our channel where today we are moving to discuss about FIBROID EMBOLIZATION that will help you to get rid of fibroids. There are too many peoples in this worldwide who are suffering from fibroid. There are so many people who don’t know about how to get rid of fibroids and they don’t know about which is the best treatment to get rid of fibroids, then this video is a best and easy way to know about a best treatment for fibroids or about how to get rid of fibroids. If you have fibroids and you also want to know about these then you should watch this video because in this video we will teach you about a best treatment to get rid of fibroids or about FIBROID EMBOLIZATION which really helps you to get rid of fibroids.
You must know about fibroids before we talk about FIBROID EMBOLIZATION. Fibroids is a tumor that grows into the uterus of women. It is develops when women’s estrogen levels grows in higher levels or when women’s sexual hormones grows fast and higher amount then you get fibroids into the uterus. Fibroids usually develops in black women because there are 80 percent of black women have fibroids and living their life with lots of complications. It is generally develops during the reproductive years of women. It can be a cause of having miscarriages. In this video you will learn about a surgery which is called fibroid embolization due to your fibroids reduce from your uterus by this surgery. There 5 types of fibroids. INTRAMURAL : Intramural fibroids develop within the wall of the uterus.
SUBSEROSAL : Subserosal fibroids develop on the outside of the utrine wall.
PENDUNCULATED : Pendunculated fibroids grow on small stalks inside or outside of the uterus.
SUBMUCOSAL : Submucosal fibroids grow just underneath the lining of the uterus.
CERVICAL : Cervical fibroids is occur in the cervical tissue.
There are some SYMPTOMS OF FIBROIDS :
Heavy bleeding.
Pressure.
Prolonged menstrual periods, more than 7 days of menstrual bleeding.
Pelvic pain.
Frequent urination
Constipation.
Backache and leg pain.
To know more about FIBROID EMBOLIZATION please watch this full video.

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