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Question: Does Uterine Fibroids effect the baby's growth?

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Answer: hello dear Fibroids may increase the risk of preterm labor and preterm birth. Additionally, they may affect the fetus' growth and lead to a small baby. The baby is rarely affected unless the bleeding is substantial. Even if you do experience symptoms, they most likely won't affect the baby. However, your risk of miscarriage and premature delivery does increase slightly if you have fibroids. They occasionally cause the baby to be in an abnormal position for delivery. trust and follow your doctor suggestions
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