Please is there anyone here or known that got pregnant with two large fibriods of atleast 132mm x 126mm intramural; and 54mm x 44mm subserous. i really want to know if anyone has been able to give birth with this size of fibriods on conception cos my gyn told me the only way out is to remove the fibriods first. ( i have not tried to get pregnant cos am scared it may lead to miscarriage and am 31)
I had smalle4r fibriods and when I got pregnant in 2002 they grew with my girls. In April 2009 I had them removed because I knew my husband and I wanted to try. In October 2009 I had another surgery for a hernia repair. I then got pregnant. I miscarried in March 2010. On May 28th 2010 I gave birth to a beautiful boy. The pregnancy went well especially for someone who is also 40. So my answer is I believe the removal helped me but I should have waited a little longer to get pregnant because of the second surgery. Also my friend had a fibriod and it grrew with her baby. The baby is now 17 and going to college this fall. Talk to your doctor, research and think about your body. You will get the answer from yourself after all that.
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