Fibroid Rasoli

Fibroid Rasoli, commonly known as uterine fibroids, are non-cancerous growths that develop in the uterus. They are composed of muscle and fibrous tissue and can vary in size, ranging from small, pea-sized nodules to large growths that can distort the shape and size of the uterus. Fibroid Rasoli are quite common, particularly in women of reproductive age.
These growths often cause no symptoms and may go unnoticed for years. However, depending on their size and location, they can lead to various symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain or pressure, frequent urination, difficulty emptying the bladder, and even infertility or pregnancy complications in some cases. The exact cause of Fibroid Rasoli is not fully understood, but hormonal factors, particularly estrogen and progesterone, are believed to play a role in their development. They tend to grow in response to estrogen, which is why they often shrink after menopause when estrogen levels decline.