Uterine fibroids are a common gynecological disease. Although they are benign tumors, they can have adverse effects on women's physical health and normal life. In addition, if the treatment of uterine fibroids is not timely or the treatment methods are not appropriate, there is also a risk of worsening the cancer, so active treatment is necessary.
What are the symptoms of worsening uterine fibroids?
1. Irregular vaginal bleeding. Women with uterine fibroids must pay attention if they experience symptoms of irregular vaginal bleeding. The appearance of this symptom is often due to the deterioration of uterine fibroids, the formation of ulcers after tumor necrosis, and the secretion of foul odor.
2. Uterine fibroids grow rapidly. Patients should undergo regular examinations to detect rapid growth of uterine fibroids and be vigilant. Malignant tumors generally grow rapidly and are prone to metastasis and spread.
3. Abdominal mass. If a woman touches her lower abdomen with her hand, she can feel a lump, indicating that the uterine fibroid has worsened. When the condition of uterine fibroids worsens, it is necessary to seek medical attention in a timely manner to prevent the occurrence of cancer.
4. Urinary disorders. After the condition of uterine fibroids worsens, patients with urinary disorders and symptoms of back pain must immediately go to a regular hospital for examination and treatment to avoid worsening the condition.
How to effectively treat uterine fibroids?
1. Medication treatment. Early patients with uterine fibroids can control the development of the disease through medication. Taking appropriate medication can inhibit the growth rate of uterine fibroids and reduce harm to the body. Drug therapy is a commonly used method for treating uterine fibroids, but patients should not blindly use medication and follow medical advice.
2. Physical therapy. The occurrence of uterine fibroids is mainly caused by chronic inflammatory stimulation. Physical therapy is suitable for patients with milder conditions, accelerating the dissipation of inflammation, effectively improving tissue nutritional status, controlling the growth rate of uterine fibroids, and effectively alleviating patient body pain.
3. Surgical therapy. For patients with larger uterine fibroids, it is best to use surgical treatment to remove the tumor for treatment. Choose a reputable hospital and experienced doctors to achieve good surgical results and reduce the probability of postoperative complications. Postoperative follow-up and care are also necessary.
The deterioration of uterine fibroids may lead to cancer transformation, causing enormous pain to patients. For the worsening symptoms of uterine fibroids, patients must have a better understanding and seek treatment at a reputable hospital as soon as possible, without delaying time or missing the best treatment opportunity.