These are the same thing. Fibroids are benign growths in the uterus that can grow anywhere from 6 to more than 20 times the size of a regular uterus. They are typically very slow growing, but can become very large and aggressive, especially in women who have taken birth control pills and hormone replacement therapy. Fibroids are not life threatening, and they usually turn out to be benign.
Polyps are a very rare, very benign growth in the uterus, and are usually more aggressive and larger. They can be found in women who have had polycystic ovarian syndrome, and are associated with infertility. Polyps are a rare complication to the use of birth control pills and hormones.
Fibroids are caused by a growth in your uterus. Polyps are caused by a growth in your uterus. It’s an interesting topic, and I think it’s important to be careful with the words “polyp” and “fibroids” in the same sentence. Some people will just have polyps, but others can have fibroids.
It’s a fairly common occurrence. A fibroid will look abnormally large, and it can cause problems with your bowel movements, infertility, and even infertility in men. Polyps are just a form of fibroids, although the latter can have a more aggressive growth.
Fibroids are the growths that form in your uterus. They’re also common in women with endometriosis, and they can cause infertility. But unlike polyps, fibroids have a much more aggressive growth and can cause significant pain.
Fibroids are benign tumours that can become large enough to block the normal passage of bowel. Fibroid growths can also be asymptomatic, or they can cause pain to your bowel and bladder, and can cause infertility.
Fibroid growths can cause pain and/or slow digestion. They can also cause infertility and infertility can cause pain. Fibroids can also cause severe constipation, and constipation can cause pain.
Fibroids can be found in some parts of the world. They are most common in the abdomen and are often found in the pelvis, buttocks, or thighs. They can also be found in the breasts, lungs, or esophagus. Sometimes, they don’t appear until you have enlarged your bowel or bladder.
The more fibroids I see on my belly, the more I wonder if they are making me infertile.
Yes, fibroids can cause infertility and pain. I don’t know if they make you infertile or not. But you can get pain in your intestines or rectum from fibroids, which can cause severe constipation. You can also get constipation caused by fibroids.