Diagnosis with a frightening name of “hysteromyoma” recently ceased to be something unusual. Every fifth woman after 35 years of age hears it in the office of her physician. This is a benign tumour that develops in the muscle tissue of the uterus. But do not take this diagnosis as a sentence. The specialists of the Dr. Bubnovsky’s Centre have long been effectively assisting women in disposing of this scourge using the effective, attenuated methods.
Timely and proper therapy will allow avoiding many complications caused by the hysteromyoma. The sooner it is diagnosed, the better therapy results will be and therefore don’t delay the visit to the physician, since each menstrual cycle increases the number of damaged cells.
There are several reasons, which may lead to the hysteromyoma. These include:
There are many causes of fibroids and even today they are still not fully established. But the scientists agree on the fact that there is always a cell that precedes the tumour formation. But the opinions as to where it comes from vary widely.
The most unpleasant thing is that hysteromyoma either has no symptoms, or they are very mild and the woman skips them, therefore it is possible to detect it under the proper medical diagnosis. The hysteromyoma often affects the adjacent organs functioning, that is why patients mistakenly go to the urologists and proctologists. Therefore it is very important to maintain regular examinations with gynaecologist.
Hysteromyoma is a really dangerous disease posing a great risk to the entire female body. If the inflammatory process emerges in the myomatous nodule, it can lead to unpredictable consequences such as kidney inflammation, sepsis, peritonitis – we can go on and on with this list for a long time.
And in the worst case the hyteromyoma may develop into sarcoma. That’s why you should not be blink at this disease presence, or attempt to cure it using folk remedies. Immediate visit to a physician and treatment by a specialist will prevent these consequences.
There are two most common therapies for managing hysteromyoma:
The choice of therapy depends on the severity of the disease and its degree. The conservative method is used when the tumour develops slowly, or during menopause. It is also applied in cases where the patient has no immediately scheduled pregnancy. Treatment is required to be conducted under physician follow-up and only based on the individual program. The administration of drugs prescribed to another patient with myoma can lead to the worsening of the state.
Doctor Bubnovsky’s method provides for an individual approach to every woman, because the human body, as every case of the disease, is unique. Our specialists will carry out complete examination and develop therapy regimen based on the results and laboratory data.
Contact the Dr. Bubnovsky’s Centre for advice and care and we will help you to become healthy!