FIBROIDS

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Topic Title: FIBROIDS
Created On: 05/15/2008 06:06 AM

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 12/16/2010 10:05 AM

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shaha

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I think women show always have period untill 50. If you stop have it, it may because of the intramural fibroid. You should relaxe, you are still young. You should find a doctor the exam your problem. Maybe you could use Physician finder http://www.uterus1.com/reference/FindUterusDoctor20.cfm?init=leftnav_island or Uterus heros http://www.uterus1.com/hero/hero_archives.cfm to get more helpful information. God bless you.
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dokie

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I am 33 years old, married with a child who is 12 years old.My menstrual cycle has been normal til in February, 2007 when i had periods twice in a space of 1 week. All along my periods were done every 28th day, usually 4-5 days. In March 2007 there was nothing. In May 2007 I did a preg. test which came out negative, the scan also showed everythin was okay and my GYNO put me on safeplan a contraceptive pill for 3 months. He said it was hormonal imbalance. My period did not come. In November 2007 I was put on progesterone for 14 days, still no period.Last month, April 2008 i had to do another scan which showed i have intramural fibroid measuring 2.17cm x 2.64cm, but ovaries and everything else is okay. Could this be the reason for my absent periods? It has been over a year without me having periods, how would i have the period back so that i conceive again? Is there any medication I can take to shrink the fibroid? The other thing is my tummy feels so bloated. Sometimes sex with my hubby becomes painful. Am i in danger, or is it normal to live without periods at my age? Please help.
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