As much as society tries to deny it, women truly do have it the hardest, in all aspects of life. When it comes to being a woman, there is so much you have to be cautious and aware of. Sometimes it can get overwhelming just thinking about how certain situations can end up for you as a woman. You have to worry about walking home at night by yourself, telling a guy you’re not interested and hoping and praying he doesn’t want to unalive you simply because you rejected him and even the type of treatment you may get from people (men specifically) on an everyday basis. bloating
Now let’s not forget the stress women endure with their bodies! You have to be mindful of everything from the top of your hair to the tip of your toenails and that’s just on the outside. Internally you have to deal with the aches and pains you randomly get, the random leakage, body changes, etc. There’s a lot going on in a woman’s body and that’s why if you’re experiencing something unfamiliar and too often, then girl you need to go get checked out!
Are You Experiencing These Symptoms?
As a woman, when you stop and listen to your body, what do you notice? Do you notice how your heart may race when you see your lover smile, and how your confidence boosts after you get your hair done? Or even how frustrated you may get when your male coworkers don’t take your work pitch seriously or they end up stealing your idea and getting all the credit for it? What about how you feel physically? Do you notice the symptoms or can you even pinpoint that you’re experiencing something different within your body?
Do you ever notice random waves of pelvic pain and or extreme pelvic pain and heavy bleeding during that time of the month? What about pressure on your bladder and having to pee quite often? Or constant back pain and dealing with what feels like never-ending constipation? Well, there is a reason as to why you’re experiencing these symptoms and others, a very important reason that you need to get looked at as soon as possible.
Well Here’s Why
So the symptoms are as follows: achy back, constant bloating, suffering from constipation that makes it seem like you’ll never get to release the toxins in your body through pooping, the urge to urinate all the time, and just the overall exhausting feeling you feel when dealing with these symptoms on a daily basis.
All these symptoms (and others) are happening for a reason and it’s because your body has developed something and now you’re living with it. Unfortunately, you could be experiencing all these symptoms because you’re living with fibroids.
Uterine fibroids are noncancerous tumors that grow in the wall of your uterus. So many women are affected or living with fibroids that they are the leading cause of hysterectomies in the United States.
Fibroids can grow as a single tumor or multiple tumors and be anywhere from the size of a quarter to the size of a melon on the wall of your uterus. As common as they are, many people do not know about them as they should or what causes them so here’s what you need to know and how you’ll know if it’s really a fibroid.
How Do You Truly Know If It’s Fibroids?
There are many factors that play into if you may be living with fibroids and don’t know it. One way you can tell is if you are experiencing