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    Could pelvic pain be a sign of uterine fibroids?

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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 are balls of smooth muscle within the uterus that can cause heavy menstrual bleeding, pressure symptoms, urinary frequency, constipation, painful intercourse and pelvic pain depending upon their location within the uterus. If you suffer from pelvic pain there are a number of causes and a gynecological review is one of the appropriate avenues to investigate the possible reasons.

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