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Does fibroid tumors move around in uterine


    
Asked by Unregistered (Female; 21; YES; Fibriod tumors ) on Sat 15, May 2010 10:22pm

Does fibroid tumors move around in uterine

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Answer by Online Doctor  on Sun 16, May 2010 10:55pm:

Dear Kiesha fibroids are benign tumors which originate from muscle layer and connective tissue of the uterus.They donot move but can increase in size,they can be located in the various layers of the uterus like the inner layer,middle layer,outer layer and cervical region.You have to do a ultrasonography to know about location and get in touch with a doctor.Take care.

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