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    Pregancy and Fibroids
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    An_257538 posted:
    I just had a scan which shows i have 58mmfibroid on the right myometrium. I want to try for a baby. One gynae say i need to get it removed first but the other says its nothing to worry about and can be removed on delivery. I am so confused, why cant they say the same things. What are the issues, help please
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I had fibroids and my OB/GYN told me they shouldn't be a problem. Well, after a year of trying and three cycles of artificial insemination, I finally got them removed. Was given the okay to start trying after three months and BAM, got pregnant the first month we tried.

    You could try getting pregnant and if after 6-9 months you're still not pregnant, have it removed.


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