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Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths on your uterus that typically form during a woman’s childbearing years. Learn more about uterine fibroids and how they are diagnosed & treated at the UVM Medical Center.
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Uterine fibroids are noncancerous (benign) growths on the uterus. They often form during a woman’s childbearing years and almost never develop into cancer. At the UVM Medical Center, our team of specialists is trained in the most advanced technology available to diagnose and treat uterine fibroids.
At the UVM Medical Center, we take a patient-centered approach to diagnosing and treating uterine fibroids. When receiving care from us, you can expect:
Many times uterine fibroids do not cause any symptoms. They are typically diagnosed during a pelvic exam or ultrasound for an unrelated reason. If our doctors suspect fibroids, we will recommend testing to confirm their presence. Diagnosing uterine fibroids includes:
Once an accurate diagnosis has been made, our doctors will tailor a treatment plan specifically for you. There are a number of treatment options for fibroids. We always use the least invasive procedure possible. Treatment options for uterine fibroids includes:
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