Uterine fibroids are tumors in the muscle layer. They are nodes of different sizes that disrupt the work of the uterus and nearby pelvic organs. This disease is quite common in women aged 25-40 years. However, many are unaware of the presence of tumors, since uterine fibroids of small sizes may not manifest themselves.
Fibroids can interfere with pregnancy and cause infertility. Sometimes myoma is detected already in the presence of pregnancy during an ultrasound. It may not interfere with the development of the fetus, but you need to be alert and regularly monitored by a gynecologist.If fibroids are detected during pregnancy planning, a safer solution would be to treat them. If a neoplasm is found already during pregnancy, the attending physician assesses the risks to the development of the fetus and prescribes appropriate treatment.