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by Francis L. Hutchins

Download The Fibroid Book: A Guide to Treating the Most Common Cause of Hysterectomy eBook
ISBN:
080599372X
Author:
Francis L. Hutchins
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Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Rosedog Pr (August 1, 2004)
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Uterine fibroids are a common cause of abnormal uterine bleeding. Uterine artery embolization has proven to be highly effective in controlling fibroid related menorrhagia and triggering tumor degeneration.

Fibroids surgery is the most common cause for hysterectomy, the . Fibroids may be treated by other, non-surgical means like fibroid embolization.

Fibroids surgery is the most common cause for hysterectomy, the removal of the uterus. They are associated with as many as half of the 600,000 hysterectomies performed in the US annually. Abdominal hysterectomies are the most common form and typically require the longest recovery time. Some hysterectomies can be done using an instrument called the laparoscope. If you are showing signs of fibroid symptoms and think you have fibroids, schedule an appointment for a professional diagnosis.

What causes fibroids is unknown . About 30 percent of the 600,000 hysterectomies performed in the United States each year are for fibroids. Most patients also experience intense pain for several hours afterward and stay overnight in the hospital.

What causes fibroids is unknown, although estrogen is known to promote their growth. More than one woman in five age 40 and older has the tumors, with higher rates among black women. With the introduction of technologies like ultrasound, .

The Essential Guide to Hysterectomy: Advice from a Gynecologist on Your Choices Before, During, and After .

The Essential Guide to Hysterectomy: Advice from a Gynecologist on Your Choices Before, During, and After Surgery. Skilling, a marketing executive and writer in New York, wrote her first book, Fibroids: The Complete Guide to Taking Charge of Your Physical, Emotional and Sexual Well-Being, when she was first diagnosed with fibroids and could find little information on the subject. She also explores the role of diet, exercise, and emotional well-being in managing fibroids.

But if you have fibroids causing heavy bleeding, painful intercourse or. .Aside from a hysterectomy, here are three main procedures to treat uterine fibroids. They then block the blood flow, starving and shrinking the fibroids.

But if you have fibroids causing heavy bleeding, painful intercourse or difficulty getting pregnant, there is good news. In figuring out the best approach, it’s important that you work with your doctor as a team to match medication and treatment options with your reproductive health needs. 1. Myomectomy: In a myomectomy, a surgeon removes fibroids in the uterus or surrounding muscle. Doctors prefer this procedure for women who no longer want to get pregnant.

In this new, updated version of the groundbreaking book, gynecologist and leading women’s health expert Dr. Lauren Streicher-who in a direct, clear, and often humorous way-reveals the following: What your doctor isn’t telling you; robotic hysterectomy and why it is becoming so popular; ne.

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  • Chillhunter
Very good and informative book
  • Voodoosida
I was very fortunate to meet Dr. Hutchins during his book signing of 'The Fibroid Book' in Montgomery, AL in May 1998. I thoroughly enjoyed reading his book since it helped me be aware of and make the necessary medical decisions on my interuterine fibroid condition.
I want to personally thank Dr. Hutchins for his continuous research on fibroids. The information presented in his book is invaluable in making the decision to have a hysterectomy or use alternate measures in the treatment of fibroids.
When faced with the situation on the treatment of fibroids, I would highly recommend every woman read this book.
Very Respectfully,
Paula E. Jackson
  • Jazu
This is a good book for those who know absolutely nothing about fibroids. Very basic and easy to read. For those who have already done some research, this is all stuff you have read before. Same info you can find on many medical web sites. Save your money.