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    What type of option I have ?
    chivivor posted:
    My Dr. has said that I may have many small fibroids , or adenomyosis now I'm a little scared because I want hime to tell me how he's going to determine hich of the two it is ??? I'm 48 years old I've had a tubal and my boyfriend and I agree neither want kids . The problem is we have a very Healthy sex life and I don't want it to change. This might become(possible surgery) A problem for ME!!!
    Remebering my first birth.
    georgiagail responded:
    What makes you believe that any surgery on your uterus will have a negative effect on your sex life?

    If you have small fibroids and they are not bothering you, there is no need to do anything about them.

    Anon_6061 responded:
    If this isn't causing much of a problem, there's no need to do anything. Any symptoms should improve after menopause. I had a hysterectomy and it negatively affected my sex life. I have no libido. Orgasms (when I can even have one) are disappointing. I have very little feeling "down there."

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