a uterine artery embolization, in which the blood supply to the fibroid is cut off and it is eventually removed after its death.
“This is a common technique we use for women who have not yet had children or wish to have future children,” says Duff. “We don’t want to disturb any of the reproductive organs if we don’t have to.
Recovery for both of these procedures is quick. It is also fast. Most women are out of the hospital in two days and back to normal living within two weeks. It’s also a permanent treatment for fibroids that can bring much-needed relief. But, before you think about treatment, be sure you have uterine fibroids in the first place.
Here are some symptoms you should look out for:
1. Heavy menstrual bleeding
2. Menstrual periods lasting more than