Uterine fibroids—it’s not something most of us enjoy talking about. Like a heavy menstrual cycle or urinary incontinence, fibroids can cause embarrassment and inconveniences, and worst of all, severe pain.
You’ve lost count of the times you’ve been told your symptoms are not unusual.
If you’ve been diagnosed with uterine fibroids, you may have been told that surgery is your next step. The two most common uterine fibroid treatments are myomectomy (removing the fibroids) and hysterectomy (removing the entire uterus). For some women, surgical removal is actually the best possible treatment. But like many other women, it may be possible for you to avoid surgery. There’s a treatment option most women don’t know about… yet.
Varicose veins are a common condition, affecting an estimated 40 million people in the U.S. The swollen, discolored, and enlarged veins can cause varying degrees of discomfort. In many cases, varicose veins are a sign of underlying concerns. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options for varicose veins.