Uterine fibroids are a very common disease for women in childcare age. According to the area, uterine fibroids are divided into: submucosal uterine fibroids, muscle wall uterine fibroids, and subtidum uterine fibroids. See below:
For submucosal fibroids growing in the uterine cavity, because the embryo bed may be hindered in the future, leading to infertility or miscarriage, therefore, regardless of the asymptomatic (usually accompanied by symptoms with too much menstrual flow or endless menstruation).It is found that it is recommended to deal with surgery before pregnancy or before transplanting.At present, it is believed that subtinum titting is best to remove surgery by hysteroscopy, but the disabled electrocarmaged instruments are disabled to treat the endometrium, otherwise it will cause endometrial damage and affect pregnancy!
For submucosal fibroids expressed by the uterus, if there are no symptoms such as compression, such as frequent urination (compression of the bladder), constipation (compression rectum), abdominal distension and other symptoms, generally do not need to be actively treated, you can prepare for pregnancy.
For fibroids between the muscle walls growing in the uterine muscle layer, whether the symptoms are combined with symptoms, whether it affects the endometrial shape, and the size of fibroids:
Generally speaking, fibroids with more than 5cm of muscle walls, it is recommended to surgery before pregnancy. For patients with IVF pregnancy, first eggs are used for 4-6 embryos to freeze fibroid surgery.Later contraceptives do not wait for one to 2 years. After the uterine wounds are restored, embryo transplantation is used to avoid uterine rupture during pregnancy.For fibroids smaller than 5cm, if the number of menstrual flow is increased or even anemia, or the B -ultrasound discovery the endometrial shape of the endometrium, or there are previously unknown natural miscarriage, it is generally recommended to actively deal with before pregnancy.For patients with IVF pregnancy, they can first save enough embryos before treating fibroids, and then embryo transplantation.If you have the above situations with uterine fibroids, considering the trauma of the surgery itself, it is not recommended for fibroid surgery. You can actively prepare or help the pregnancy.Follow -up.
What should I do if I find uterine fibroids after pregnancy?
Don’t worry too much. Since you are pregnant, if the fetus is developing normally, of course, you must "coexist" with fibroids. Generally speaking, due to the changes in your own hormones, uterine fibroids may become larger., Wait for the clipline of the obstetrician to comprehensively evaluate the childbirth method according to the size, location, and obstetric factors of the fibroids in the third trimester.Generally speaking, if the size and part of the fibroids do not affect other obstetric factors such as the birth canal and the headless basin, it can be produced smoothly, and the postpartum uterine fibroids will gradually shrink and avoid surgery.If the obstetrician evaluates the cesarean section, generally except that the submucosal uterine fibroids can be treated at the same time during surgery, the fibroids in the remaining parts are not recommended for surgery.It is prone to major bleeding, and it can be lost without paying it. Postoperative follow -up.