Uterine Fibroids Study
Three out of four women will develop uterine fibroids during their childbearing years. These benign growths can develop inside the uterus or on the outer part of the uterus.
- heavy menstrual bleeding
- pelvic pressure
- increased urination
- anemia (due to blood loss)
- leg or back pain
The size and location of the fibroid can dictate the signs and severity of the symptoms. Risk factors such as heredity, race, the onset of early menstruation, and even diet can significantly increase the chances of uterine fibroid development.
If you are interested in participating in our Uterine Fibroids study, please fill out the form below or call us at (901) 623-2585.
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