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==== ==== Find more Informations here ==== ==== Uterine Fibroids And Getting Pregnant A number of factors may affect a woman's ability to get pregnant. Some of these factors are permanent while some can be overcome. Uterine fibroid is an example of a factor that can make it more difficult for a woman to get pregnant. It does not, however, totally ruin her chances. First, let's begin with a little explanation of what fibroids are and how they can affect conception. Uterine fibroids are benign growths or tumors in the walls of the uterus. They are quite common occurrence as about 20 to 50% of all women will suffer from some of the general fibroids symptoms at one period of their life. Fibroids seem to occur more in black women, women over 35 years, and women with weight issues. How Uterine Fibroids Affects Pregnancy Fibroids in the uterus do not directly cause a woman to become infertile. However, there are cases where women with fibroids find it difficult to conceive or get pregnant. Cases such as these are caused by the effect of the tumor growth and other fibroids symptoms. The tumor growth can distort the shape of the uterus or fallopian tube, making it more difficult for sperm cells to reach the female egg during ovulation. Any minor or severe blockage of the fallopian tube may result in the sperm cells not reaching the desired destination to cause conception. In some cases, even after conception has been achieved and the woman is pregnant, the presence of fibroids can still lead to a miscarriage. Uterine fibroid growths can cause undue pressure on the uterus or distort it to the extent that miscarriages will occur. How Can a Woman with Fibroid Get Pregnant? Many times, a woman with uterine fibroid can get pregnant through normal intercourse without any intervention or medical help. As mentioned earlier, fibroid does not make a woman infertile. It can reduce or affect her chances of a getting pregnant when it causes distorting of the fallopian tubes or blocks the passage of sperm to the eggs. If a woman with fibroids finds that she has not been able to conceive, she will need to see her gynecologist to determine the type of fibroid growth she has. The gynecologist will determine where it is located and how it is affecting the patient's ability to get pregnant. The doctor will also be able to explain the best options available to her. Available options include engaging in timed intercourse so as to have sex during her ovulation

period. Another option is to have sperm cells placed directly inside her uterus during her fertile period with a process known as intra-uterine insemination. For severe cases a myectomy can be performed. It involves removing the fibroid tissue from the walls of the uterus. In vitro fertilization is another viable option that involves using a drug that causes the woman to produce more eggs. The eggs are then fertilized outside the woman's body and then returned to the uterus. In conclusion, uterine fibroids can affect your chances of getting pregnant, but it depends on the size, location and type. There are, however, several options available to the woman to help her get pregnant. She will need to consider her options with her gynecologist. ==== ==== Find more Informations here ==== ====

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