Uterine fibroids are a common gynecological tumor for women in childbirth. It will not only cause women to have symptoms such as increased menstrual flow, anemia, and compression, but also may affect women’s pregnancy.So, what should I do if I have uterine fibroids but pregnant?
What is the impact of uterine fibroids on pregnancy?
Uterine fibroids may cause abortion, abnormal fetal position, postpartum bleeding, etc.
Uterine fibroids under the mucosa can easily cause irregular menstruation, bleeding, affect pregnancy, and can easily cause endometrial infections, cause inflammation, and affect the bed in bed;
The larger muscle wall uterine fibroids can cause muscle wall or endometrial venous congestion and expansion, causing changes in the internal environment of the uterine, which is not conducive to the bed in the bed, or causes the embryo to develop insufficient blood supply to the abortion;
If the subdivic fibroids grow particularly large, they grow back to the back to compress the rectum, and grow to the front to compress the bladder, which will not only affect the bowel movement and urination, but also affect pregnancy; it may also affect pregnancy;
Some cervical fibroids will form a natural barrier, affecting the uplink of the sperm into the uterine cavity; the multiple uterine fibroids, and the hysteric fibroids will cause the tubal to be squeezed and hindered the sperm pass, which will affect pregnancy.
What should I do if I have uterine fibroids but pregnant?
If you find that it is submucosal uterine fibroids after pregnancy, it is best to go to the hospital for a professional evaluation to see if you can continue your pregnancy.
Outbelary uterine in the uterine uterine fibroids in the slurry, the impact on pregnancy is relatively small. Generally, pregnancy can be continued, but if the fibroids are reversed and conservative treatment is invalid, surgical intervention is required.
If the uterine fibroids between the muscles are below 5cm, they can be observed first, and regular ultrasound review. As long as the fibroids do not increase significantly, they can continue to become pregnant.However, if the fibroids are larger or significantly increased, repeated abortion may occur.
Therefore, if it is early in pregnancy, it is generally recommended to terminate pregnancy and receive treatment. After the uterine cavity is restored to normal, consider pregnancy.However, if it has reached the middle and advanced period and there is no obvious symptoms during pregnancy, you can first be told and strictly monitor the changes in fibroids, and observe whether the fetal position is incorrect and the aura abortion.