The uterine myoma, which is considered the most common form of benign tumor, can develop in any part of this zone, and is educated in women of reproductive age.
Myoma is usually manifested by the following symptoms: Irregular menstrual cycle, shortening the period between two cycles, heavy bleeding or vice versa, vaginal bleeding, sudden lower abdominal pain, abdominal enlargement depending on the size of the tumor, sometimes , weakness, pale skin, dizziness, noise in the ears, darkening of the eyes, impossibility to conceive
This whole long list of symptoms is what women need to pay the most attention to and if they notice the presence of several or more of them, seek specialist attention immediately.
Very often, myopia during menopause tends to regress and disappear on its own.
This is, of course, a pleasant result due to the reduced amount of hormones that at that stage almost stop producing.
But besides being able to disappear on its own, there is another option, that is, the myoma will start to grow and grow even faster. This type of tumor is considered to be the most insidious because most women who have it can not feel its presence immediately and the symptoms are almost unnoticeable.
Therefore, if you experience blunt low back pain during menopause and abnormal vaginal bleeding accompanied by an unpleasant odor, consult your doctor immediately.
It is the pain in the lower front of the abdomen that is the first symptom of myoma during menopause, and can be sudden, blunt, sharp, accompanied by a feeling of pressure. The second symptom is uterine bleeding, which is manifested by a yellowish, green or red color, usually accompanied by an unpleasant odor.
Factors that encourage the development of myoma during menopause
Late first pregnancy or no pregnancy at all in a woman’s life