The Delayed Treatment of Uterine Fibroids
We see many patients who have had failed myomectomy followed by recurrence or continual growth of remaining fibroids, who are either advised conservative treatment by their doctor or who do not wish to face the prospect of further treatment, especially surgery. Patients need to realise that fibroids often continue to grow. The bigger they become the more difficult they are to treat and the more a patient's quality of life is impaired. It is especially important that If fibroids grow following myomectomy, prompt treatment should be strongly considered before the fibroids become too large and therefore very difficult to treat except by radical surgery.
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