Re: one more questionMarch 15 2012 at 9:16 AM
|Sharon (Login srkanovsky)|
Response to Thank you, Sharon and one more question..
It might be the case that your fibroid is in the wall of the uterus and thus may not have been seen during a hysteroscopy (where only what is actually inside the cavity could be seen). My largest fibroids were embedded in the uterine wall and unfortunately I had to have a myomectomy to remove them (c-section cut)...but that was just me and every situation is different. Perhaps you can get rid of yours (if you indeed have one!) through less invasive means. One of my friends had a uterine fibroid embolization which is a treatment that cuts off the blood supply to the fibroid therefore causing it to shrink. Good luck and keep us posted.
- thank you - teresa on Mar 15, 2012
- After I got rid of fibroids (BFP ment.) - Sharon on Mar 15, 2012