What to do with Fibroids?
Don’t Panic. Treatment may not be necessary in cases where there are no symptoms of fibroids, or where symptoms are minor and your everyday activities are not significantly affected.
Fibroids often shrink after the menopause, and your symptoms will usually either ease slightly or disappear completely.
If you have fibroids that need treatment, you may require medication to help relieve your symptoms. However, you may need to see a gynaecologist (specialist in the female reproductive system) for further medication or surgery if these are ineffective.
And should visit a doctor to discuss the best treatment plan for you.