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Dr Albert Goh MBBS, BSc(Med), FRANZCR, EBIR Jul 10
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Arun Dahiya Jul 15
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Olliviette Jul 13
It’s like my fibroids know it’s and they been acting up just to let me know they here. Eff
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Brooke Summers🎧🎙🎚📻 Jul 2
July is a Fibroids are (usually) benign tumors made of smooth muscle cells and fibrous connective tissue. They develop in/around the uterus. 70-80% of women (higher in AA women) will develop fibroids in their lifetime.
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AbbVie US Jul 17
Just as all women are different, every woman's period is different. Learn more about some common symptoms of UF and talk to your doctor about your symptoms. Retweet to help raise awareness for
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Stéfanos Generalis Jul 23
With a huge help of through the power of network our department completed a successful SHNB during . Ptt with no need of additional opioids, only complaining of itching caused by the spinal block morphine... Bright future ahead!
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Everyone Has A Story Jul 1
According to the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services 80% of all women will have by the age of 50. Other research shows that Black/African American women are 3x more likely to experience fibroids than other races.
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DO YOU ENDO Jul 23
July is and to celebrate we’re spotlighting the Acessa procedure–a clinically-proven, minimally invasive, outpatient treatment (read: an alternative to hysterectomy or myomectomy) for fibroids of all types and sizes.
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Fibroid Foundation Jul 31
See you soon! Join us on Wednesday, July 31st at 12 noon eastern as we cap off Fibroid Awareness Month with a Facebook live!
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Red Alert Movie Jul 31
As comes to an end, we know that the fight to bring this disease into the spotlight will take more than a month of tweets. will continue to achieve our mission of raising awareness. Our women deserve it.
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Olga Brook Jun 30
Very large uterine - now and 4 years ago: helps! Significant reduction in uterine volume, less pressure on the liver, improvement in exercise tolerance
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Innovative Women's Health Specialists Jul 23
: While most women get in their lifetime, many don't require treatment or even experience symptoms! The most common signs of fibroids are heavy or long periods, pelvic pain and pressure and lower back pain.
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Columbia Radiology Jul 9
July is ! Uterine Fibroid Embolization is a minimally-invasive, safe, and effective treatment for fibroids—an alternative to hysterectomy that many women are still unaware of. Read more about :
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VLL ✨ Jul 18
💪🏽 Your health is important ladies, go get checked! It’s scary but it’s real!
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Mrs.Thorne Jul 19
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Theresa Caridi MD Jul 17
Getting geared up for a segment talking about and
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analog.lady Jul 9
Replying to @analoglady
Here's an article I wrote about fibroids with research on AA women included.
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analog.lady Jul 9
Did you know July is Fibroid Awareness Month? 80% of women are affected by these growths on the uterus. My first experience was featured in . 9 years later, they came back and I had them removed again. Happy to be in much better health. ☀️
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Janice Newsome Jul 22
This is NOT NORMAL: Heavy periods lasting 10days,Frequent urination,Painful sex intercourse,Tiredness from anemia, Severe pelvic pain or cramps, Constipation or other bowel issues,Bleeding between menstrual cycles.
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Sherkita Collins Jul 1
Today I Wear white in honor of myself & women fighting the battle with Uterine Fibroids. White is a symbolic of hope for a cure. We must erase the stigma associated with a womans menstrual cycle! This is Why I Wear White.
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