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Posted by: deee | 2007/04/02

fibroids!!!!!!!!!!!!!

can i get help finding a specialist in fibroids. i have been told by my gynae that i have to have remove my uterus because my fibroids are too large. this is not an option for me as i have researched a lot about this condition. if only i could get someone who is willing to help me. i am so desperate. its been three years trying to find a good doctor, but all i get is a response i do not want.

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There are no fibroid specialists. These are handled by general gynaecologists. Myomectomy, removing only the fibroids, is an option, but this could be difficult if they are very big.
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Posted by: deeeeeeeee | 2007/04/03

thanks guys, i do not want to remove my uterus, at the moment i do not have any major synptoms except a tummy looking like i am six moths pregnant. my periods are still normal. i still want to have children. i leave in PTA.

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Posted by: GIL | 2007/04/03

Deee I just had a hysterectomy because I had a fibroid the size of a 14 week fetus in my uterus. Initially I was really upset about having to have the op but now there is no looking back. This was 2 months ago and I feel fantastic now that I no longer have very painful periods or a tummy that made me look like I was 20 weeks pregnant. it is the best thing that I could have done. I also managed to find a wonderful gynae, he was truly amazing. if you live in Durban I can give you his name.
Don't live with your fibroids anymore, it's just not worth it!

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Posted by: Regular | 2007/04/02

Hi Also,

I think shes trying to avoid having her uterus removed.

Deee: In what area do you stay?

Reply to Regular
Posted by: Also | 2007/04/02

Hi Dee

Is there a reason why you don't want them removed? I had two large fibriods removed two years ago and its the best thing I ever did. No more painful periods.

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