Uterine fibroids are tumors known to female friends. Generally speaking, when a disease occurs, there will be some symptoms that occur, and patients should go to the hospital for diagnosis and treatment when these problems occur. What are the symptoms of uterine fibroids?
Increased vaginal discharge and abdominal bloating. Usually, this disease does not cause pain, but there is a feeling of back pain and abdominal distension, and patients may have acute abdominal pain and physiological pain. In addition, patients may also experience an increase in vaginal discharge, ulcers and infections in submucosal fibroids of the uterus or cervix.
Uterine bleeding. Generally speaking, if you suffer from this disease for more than six months, you will experience more menstrual periods, longer or fewer periods. And patients may also experience vaginal bleeding. Uterine bleeding is generally common in submucosal fibroids. When this situation occurs, patients do not need to panic and should go to the hospital for routine examination.
Abdominal mass. The patient may have a lump in the abdomen, which is usually noticeable in the morning when the bladder is full. The block can move, but generally it does not feel pain when pressed. If the location of uterine fibroids is near the bladder, patients may experience frequent urination, urgency, etc.
Infertility, miscarriage. Patients with this disease may also have the possibility of infertility and miscarriage. If the fibroids are relatively large, it can cause deformation of the uterine cavity, thereby hindering embryonic development. In addition, due to excessive menstruation or vaginal bleeding, the patient may develop hemorrhagic anemia.
What should I pay attention to when it comes to diet?
Do not eat spicy or sour food. This disease can increase the patient's menstrual cycle, so eating spicy food again can worsen inflammation and physiological pain. So patients cannot eat spicy food. Garlic, garbage, pepper, leeks, etc. cannot be eaten. Acidic foods hinder the discharge of menstrual blood, and patients must avoid eating such foods. Such foods include vinegar, pomegranate, apricots, plums, etc.
Do not eat hot or cold food. Patients should not eat too much cold food, such as cold dishes, cold drinks, pears, watermelons, etc. In addition, hot longans, dates, lamb, crabs, etc. should not be eaten too much.
The above article is an introduction to the symptoms and dietary aspects of uterine fibroids. If you have reviewed the above questions, you have now gained a further understanding of them. When suffering from this disease and experiencing symptoms, patients must take it seriously and seek treatment at the hospital as soon as possible.