5 things you should know about fibroids uterine According to a study conducted by the Company Spanish Gynaecology and Obstetrics (SEGO) almost 70% of women may suffer from fibroids in the womb at some point in life. However, only 0.5% of fibroids become cancerous. Still, we can not forget the make frequent gynecological exams avoid problems and annoyances.
Uterine fibroids are the most frequent type of tumor frequent in women. They are also known as fibroids. Today, we offer five key tips to recognize the symptoms, the origin and possible consequences for the human body. Certainly, this information will be useful for all. 1.
Uterine fibroids: what are they? Why come? Unfortunately, many women are diagnosed with uterine myoma, despite leading a life healthy, make periodic examinations and care sexual health. For what reason? No one knows the cause, actually.
Some people believe it is a cause gene. But we only know how they appear and develop. The uterus has several layers and one O myometrium. Estrogen and progesterone hormones or female, stimulate the development of small lumps in the myometrium which slowly, they can turn into fibroids. Uterine fibroids are divided into:.
Subserosal, located on the surface of the uterus, intramural located inside the wall the uterus and Submucosal, those who are within the same organ. The first fibroids the subserosal generally no symptoms. The other two, the intramural and submucosal, affect the endometrium and cause bleeding, pain, and in the worst cases, infertility.
Fibroids limit the correct blood flow to the uterus, and this may cause pain strong and miscarriages. 2. Who has more risk of uterine fibroids? Medical experts on the subject say that usually can come between 35 and 55 years of age.
But they are most common between 45 and 55 years old. It is the type of benign tumor that usually arises during the time of fertility. And normally, it is heritable, ie if the mother had fibroids, there is the possibility that the daughter also suffers it. In addition, those women who have never had children or overweight are more prone to develop fibroids.
3. Symptoms of uterine fibroids We must remember that almost 30% of women no symptoms. Uterine fibroids can only be detected the gynecologist, through periodic examinations. Learn then, the most obvious symptoms in most women: Longer menstrual Iron deficiency anemia Bloated feeling.