Diagnosing Utering Fibroids

Most women do not have any symptoms about fibroids, but they find it in their gynecological exam and with an ultrasound in the doctor's office. Those tests in combination with the symptoms, lead to the diagnosis.

Dr. James Benenati, Director of the Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory at Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute and Dr. Adam Geronemus, Associate Director of the Fibroid Center at South Miami Hospital agree that if a woman has a fibroid, it does not mean she needs surgery.

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