EFFECTS DURING PREGNANCY FIBROIDS, BIRTHS BABY AND INFERTILITY?
Do Fibroids Affect Pregnancy?• Fibroids occur in 50 to 80 percent of women at some point in their lives. Many women are unaware that they have fibroids until they undergo ultrasound during pregnancy. Some fibroids can affect fertility, pregnancy and childbirth. However, in most cases, fibroids do not cause any major complications of pregnancy or childbirth.
Symptoms of fibroids during pregnancy• fibroid symptoms can include vaginal bleeding a lot, pelvic pressure, frequent urination and pain. Feeling a sharp pain and stress caused by nerves that were compressed by fibroids.
• red degeneration (Red degeneration) is a rare complication of fibroids. This occurs when the loss of blood supply suddenly to fibroids cause chronic pain and can trigger birth. However, this is a rare situation.
Do fibroids cause pregnancy complications?• Due to increased hormone levels during pregnancy, fibroids can often grow up. Some fibroids are actually getting smaller during pregnancy although the reasons for this are still not fully understood. Very large fibroids in the uterine cavity can lead to a lack of space for the baby to grow and sometimes it makes a very difficult environment for the embryo for implantation in the uterine wall.
• If you know that you have fibroids before pregnancy, you can ask your doctor for advice. Pregnant women with fibroids will be monitored closely by ultrasound.
• Common problems such as stomach pain and mild vaginal bleeding rarely cause any risk to the baby.
Fibroids And Childbirth• There is some evidence suggesting that larger fibroids can cause birth started 2-3 weeks earlier than anticipated or premature birth. This does not pose a risk to the mother or baby. Sometimes larger fibroids can cause the baby to be in a remarkable position at the time of delivery. If the position of the fibroid blocking the passage of the baby, a cesarean delivery is recommended.
Fibroids and Infertility• the majority of fibroids do not affect fertility female patients. But fibroids that grow within the uterine cavity tend to cause more problems and infertility. Some fibroids block the fallopian tube openings or embryo implantation in the wall very hard. In some cases, surgery is used to remove fibroids. Generally this surgery relieves the cause of infertility.
Fibroid treatment in pregnancy• Surgery may not be recommended during pregnancy. Surgery at this time would likely cause severe bleeding and miscarriage may occur. Pain caused by fibroids during pregnancy is usually treated with ice packs, pain medicine and pregnant women should rest in bed. Generally symptoms will usually disappear after a few days.
• In summary, fibroids during pregnancy is very common. Fibroids rarely cause complications or the need for invasive treatment. Treatment to relieve pain and discomfort caused by fibroids are almost identical to those proposed as general pregnancy problems. The majority of pregnant women who have fibroids will decrease in size or disappear altogether after the baby is born.