If you have fibroids, how can you get pregnant?
If you’re having trouble conceiving due to fibroids, read this.
While most specialists feel that fibroids do not prevent conception, they can make it difficult to conceive. It also depends on the fibroid’s size and location. Pregnancy is difficult in the presence of fibroids since these non-cancerous growths are present in the uterus. Other commonly asked questions about fibroids can be found here.
Fibroids can be asymptomatic, which means they don’t cause any symptoms. They can also cause painful periods, heavy and prolonged bleeding, frequent urination, back soreness, pelvic pain, and infertility. This isn’t to claim that everyone with fibroids will have trouble getting pregnant. Only around a third of women with fibroid may experience fertility problems. The following are five of the most common causes of female infertility.
Fibroids: Can They Affect Your Pregnancy?
Fibroids come in a variety of sizes and forms. It could be the size of a pea or the size of a ball. They are usually quite small, and if there are no symptoms, they are less likely to create difficulties during pregnancy. According to Dr. Bandita Sinha, gynecologist and fertility specialist at World of Women in Navi Mumbai, “it is rare to see a large fibroid that is symptomatic and may cause a difficulty during conception.”
When should you be worried about fibroids?
If you’re trying to get pregnant, you should know where your fibroid is and how it can impair conception and fertility. The following is how fibroids are named based on their location: