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Generally noncancerous fibrous growths in or attached to the uterus that can develop during a woman's childbearing years

Menstrual symptoms: abnormal, painful or heavy menstruation

Pain Locations:  lower abdomen, lower back, pelvis, rectum, or vagina

Abdominal Symptoms: abdominal fullness or cramping

Other Impacts: infertility, constipation or nausea

Diagnosis and Interventions

Fibroids are commonly diagnosed by pelvic examination and/or ultrasound visualization

Common treatments usually involve surgically removing the abnormal tissue and/or hormonal therapy

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