The researchers aimed to better understand prolactin production in uterine fibroids and prolactin’s effects on myometrial cells, where uterine fibroids occur.
A recent survey found that women with uterine fibroids prefer to be part of the decision-making process when it comes to their treatment plan. Typically, how involved are your patients in this process?
A recent survey of women with uterine fibroids sheds light on patient needs and wants during the treatment process, as well as how they prefer to be part of the decision-making process with their physician.
Recent research hints that food preservatives may contribute to disease progression in patients with uterine fibroids. Do you advise your patients to reduce their intake of processed food?
Herbal supplements have been used as alternative therapies for numerous medical conditions over the years. Would you ever consider using herbal supplements for treating uterine fibroids?
A research team from China investigated the efficacy and safety of controversial herbal prescriptions containing Ejiao or Velvet antler for treating uterine fibroids.
In a new study, researchers aimed to better understand the role of butylated hydroxytoluene, a food preservative, in the progression of uterine fibroids.
Diagnosing uterine fibroids should be based on an extensive physical examination and detailed clinical history. Current guidelines recommend confirming the diagnosis via ultrasonography scanning, and MRI can help determine the vascularization of the fibromas. Do you prefer using ultrasonography or magnetic resonance imaging to diagnose uterine fibroids?
Uterine fibroids, also known as leiomyomas, are common benign cysts that are typically asymptomatic. This review gives a general overview of current US guidelines and recently published research.
Symptoms of uterine fibroids may be similar to other common disorders, so it is important to keep uterine fibroids on the differential diagnosis. Do you know the common symptoms of uterine fibroids?