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Uterine Fibroids – Causes



Unfortunately, nobody’s quite sure as to why some women have uterine fibroids and others do not. For one, it is possible that in many people, fibroids are genetic. Your mother or your sister may have had them and you yourself as the patient may have had them as well. Another thing is that it may be affected by the hormone levels in your body, which can lead to symptoms as a result of having fibroids. So fibroids may cause different hormonal changes in your body. And in fact, they may grow quicker in someone who’s pregnant than someone who’s not pregnant. And the fact that you no longer have your periods at the time of menopause, you may no longer have any problems with fibroids in the future.

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