6 Things I Can’t Stand About Having Fibroids
National Fibroid Month has us thinking about fibroids an awful lot, especially the things that are just. The. Worst. We bet that if you have fibroids, you can think of more than six things you can’t stand about them. Really, for something so hidden, they can certainly have a way of messing with your life. While many women with fibroids don’t experience symptoms, those who do definitely know some of these issues all too well.
Cramps! Regular period cramps can be bad enough, but if you have fibroids, you might be dealing with cramps that are worse than usual. Can whoever’s punching me in the stomach please stop?
Trying to explain fibroids to other people No, I’m not calling out of work for a beach day. I have fibroids which are . . . never mind.
Period accidents Try as we might, even the most prepared ladies can have accidents as a result of heavy periods from fibroids. It’s a great way to let the world know you have your period, not to mention extremely uncomfortable and embarrassing.
Wanting ALL the sleep The fatigue of having fibroids can make it difficult to want to do anything and can lead to more than a bit of crankiness. Nap time, please.
The word “fibroid” It’s definitely not the most poetic sounding word.
Pain during sex It’s just not fair.
What fibroid issue or symptom would you vote as the one that most makes being a woman even more difficult than it already is? No matter what issues you’re dealing with, you can bet there are other women banging their heads against a wall, fed up with fibroid frustration. Hear from other women on our website or learn more about the MyoSure tissue removal system that could help resolve your issues. Most importantly, be sure to mention any symptoms or changes to your doctor on your next visit.
The MyoSure hysteroscopic tissue removal system is intended for hysteroscopic intrauterine procedures by trained gynecologists to resect and remove tissue including submucous myomas, endometrial polyps and retained products of conception. It is not appropriate for patients who are or may be pregnant, or are exhibiting pelvic infection, cervical malignancies or previously diagnosed uterine cancer.
- Posted by holx-admin
- On July 8, 2016