Heavy bleeding

If the menstrual period is an emotional and physical storm, a heavy period bleeding can negatively affect the quality of life: weakness, loneliness, pain. Moreover, it can lead to develop medical disease or interfere with life.

Frequent urination

How would you feel if you had an urgent, strong and sudden need to urinate, but the toilet is taken? Your mind struggles to stay focused while you chomp at the bit. If the urinary urgency becomes frequent, it can cause a lot of discomfort to your daily life.


Reproduction is the most natural thing about living creatures. When couples struggle to get pregnant, feelings of failure and inadequacy can follow. Guilt and blame often take over, and the pressure to achieve what’s regarded as natural can become unbearable.

Pain and inability to work

Everyone has a professional dream. Dreams may probably change over the years, but whoever we want to become sacrifices are always needed. Imagine all the efforts you’ve put into reaching you goals being constantly jeopardize by physical pain. Physical pain can be a barrier to our dream.


Intestine is our “second brain”. If it doesn’t work properly, the entire body is affected. Constipation causes inflammation, bloating, pain and other physical issue.

Pain and discomfort during sex

Let’s imagine to lay down on your bed after a chaotic day but it is a bed of nails.
A unaccetable union of pleasure and suffering: this is dyspareunia.

Not only physical issues

About 50% of fibroids are asymptomatic but they may also be associated with heavy menstrual bleeding, which can lead to symptomatic anemia, and reproductive dysfunction.

We can recognize three different big issues related to fibroids:

  • Uterine bleeding disease: leading to anemia.
  • Pregnancy complications: infertility, miscarriage and pre-term labor.
  • Other physical diseases, relating to size and location: pelvic pressure symptom, constipation, frequent urination, dyspareunia.

The impact of these serious clinical complications on women’s health is tremendous.

Beyond the physical disease, the burden of symptomatic uterine fibroids can impact on women’s emotional and psychological health.

Psychological distress

A majority of women have a significant emotional response to their fibroids that begins prior to her diagnosis and continues throughout the lifetime of their condition.
The unpredictability of their menses is the main factor generating anxiety in women with fibroid.
They lose control of their life: the inability to prevent heavy bleeding accidents, to do everyday tasks, or planning an activity.
That so why women suffering from fibroids experience sadness, depression, anger and frustration as a result of how their symptoms significantly altered their lives.



Women suffering from symptomatic fibroids feel a sense of helplessness in regard to managing their symptoms.
Surgery is the traditional treatment option for a woman with symptomatic uterine fibroids. This radical option creates a major dilemma, generating hopelessness regarding treatment options.


Negative body image and sexuality

Many women possess a negative body image and concerns regarding their sexuality due to their fibroids. Women are bothered about appearing swell and overweight, leading them to feel less attractive. As s result, they had difficulties becoming intimate with their partners. At the same time, women’s perceptions of their body image and sexuality change after hysterectomy.


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