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    How are fibroids diagnosed?

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  • Dr David Rosen

    Gynaecologist, Laparoscopic Surgeon

    Dr David Rosen is a Specialist Endoscopic (Keyhole) and Robotic Surgeon with expertise in; Prolapse and Incontinence surgery, Endometriosis, menstrual disorders including complicated Hysterectomies by … View Profile

    Fibroids can often be felt by your gynecologist during a regular pelvic examination ( at the time of your pap smear, for example) or by ultrasound. They cause pressure symptoms, pelvic discomfort and/or heavy menstrual being depending upon their location in the uterus.

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