Uterine Fibroids cause heavy menstrual bleeding, bloating and painful cramping. Due to this your daily routine work get affected even you are unable to have sex with your partner. As per research, up to 80 percent of women develop a Uterine Fibroid by the time they reach the age of 50. At times fibroids don’t cause any symptoms, but for some, uterine fibroids and painful intercourse is very common occurrence. In addition to pain during sex, depending on their location, size, and number, uterine fibroids can cause heavy or irregular menstrual bleeding and muscle cramping—other setbacks for your sex life.
Fibroids can affect your sex life if they cause:
Researchers found that fibroids were significantly associated with “deep dyspareunia,” or intercourse that is painful deep in the vagina, as opposed to the entrance.
Their research included 827 women from 35 to 49 years. Uterine fibroid researchers found that 63 percent had fibroids, and among those who had fibroids, about 22 percent reported that they suffered from deep dyspareunia during the previous year.
Specifically, the study revealed the following about fibroids and sex:
While the study didn’t conclude that fibroids caused deep dyspareunia, it did reveal a strong connection between uterine fibroids and painful intercourse.
Painful intercourse can affect a woman’s libido; she may find herself less interested in sex, knowing that it will hurt. If sex is painful for you, speak with your doctor. While the cause could be uterine fibroids, there can be many other factors involved.
The symptoms caused by fibroids can make any woman feel less sexy.
No one prefers to have sex with heavy menstrual flow and intense abdominal cramping. According to a survey, 22 percent of the participants said their fibroids negatively affected their feeling of femininity, ultimately interfering with their intimate relationships. This was a common complaint of women. The survey also revealed that young women, ages 29 to 39, are more likely to experience heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding. These women also reported relationship issues due to uterine fibroids.
If women with uterine fibroids do not have symptoms like menstrual cramping or painful intercourse, they may not need treatment. But if you are one of those women who have symptomatic uterine fibroids, such as heavy menstrual bleeding, pain during sexual intercourse, urinary frequency, constipation or pelvic pain, then you need uterine fibroid treatment and there are several treatment options available, including surgery and minimally invasive techniques. Consult your doctor to decide which treatment is best for you to treat uterine fibroids.
One minimally invasive technique is called Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE), which is a nonsurgical approach to treat uterine fibroids.
Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) can be performed at a very cost-effective, convenient outpatient facility that is typically less stressful than a hospital environment. It does not require a large incision, and it offers less risk and a quicker recovery time compared to surgery.
If you suffer from heavy menstrual flow, bloating and cramps as a result of your uterine fibroids, then uterine fibroid embolization if good treatment option. After having UFE you may experience:
In addition, chances are your fibroids won’t come back after UFE, as recurrence is rare.
UFE is good and safer option for the women suffering from fibroids. This minimally invasive procedure can typically be performed on patients with fibroids of all sizes (with the exception of very large fibroids). However, there are some contraindications, including pregnancy.
If you have chronic kidney disease, an active pelvic infection or an active urinary tract infection, then UFE is not a good choice of treatment for you.
This is a tough question to answer. While fibroids don’t always create issues for women wanting to become pregnant, they have been associated with a higher rate of miscarriage. Unlike a hysterectomy, UFE leaves your uterus intact.
The effects of UFE on fertility and pregnancy are inconclusive. If you’re of child-bearing age and want to have children in the future, you should talk to your doctor before having any type of treatment for your fibroids.
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