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Question: Uterine fibroids
Answer: Uterine fibroids, also known as uterine leiomyomas or fibroids, are benign smooth muscle tumors of the uterus. Most women have no symptoms while others may have painful or ...
Treatment: Medications, surgery, uterine artery embolization
Symptoms: Painful or heavy periods
Prognosis: Improve after menopause
Differential diagnosis: Leiomyosarcoma,pregnancy, ovarian cyst, ovarian cancer
Question: Does fibroids affects growth of baby
Answer: Hi Dear!
Incase of fibroids size is important, fibroids usually don't pose a problem in conceiving but the only thing they can grow in size and sometimes block the vaginal delivery path, and the only option is surgery to remove fibroid if its within the uterine cavity which could block the path, otherwise there is no issue in conceiving so a test is important to know the size and location.
Hope this helps!
Question: Does heamatoma cause any effect on baby's growth?
Answer: If you are talking about the small subchorionic hematoma, then it will usually resorbs on its own and not have any negative effect on the pregnancy. Sometimes times it can cause some vaginal bleeding/spotting but It will subside
Keep taking progesterone and other medicines
if at all you feel abdominal cramps then you must visit your gynaecologist
Repeat the scan to see wether or not it has decreased in size.
Question: Does sleeping less harm the baby's growth??
Answer: Hi, in the initial months, babies sleep on average 14 to 17 hours. Sleep is the time the body matures and grows. Thus adequate sleep is a major factor in the longterm and help them mature. While in pregnancy it is normal to lose some sleep in the later stages of pregnancy and but you should nevertheless try to sleep as much as possible