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    MrsLogan2013 posted:
    I found out early this week that I miscarried due to a large, grapefruit size fibroid located behind my uterus. I have to get rid of the fibroid in hopes of having a sucessful pregnancy. I do not want to have surgery, are there other options, such as herbs or medication I can take?
    fcl responded:
    There are hormonal solutions among other things:
    Anon_6061 responded:
    I'm sorry for your loss These links may be helpful -

    Contemporary management of fibroids in pregnancy:

    Medical management of fibroids:

    Hope for fibroids - pregnancy research:

    There's a new drug in clinical trials (ulipristal acetate) but it probably won't be available any time soon. Here are a couple of links about it -

    Best wishes for a successful pregnancy!

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