24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 23 week pregnant and I have uterine fibroids which measures 5cm right lateral fundal subserous and 4cm left lateral subserous I have done with os tightening any other precautions to sustain my pregnancy fullterm

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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!
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