Fibroids are non cancerous, benign, cyst like growth on and around the uterus. These are made of muscle fibre, hence the name Fibroids. They are also known as leiomyomas.
It is advisable to go for regular gynaecology check ups since Fibroids in many cases don't show any symptoms so it maybe difficult to catch and may only appear during other routine tests.
If you do face the symptoms you will go through an ultrasound scan under advisement by your GP to confirm the diagnosis.
Fibrous treatment may be quite unnecessary if there are no harmful symptoms. They diminish over time as the oestrogen supply in the body reduces with age.
If you do face challenges due to Fibroids your physician may suggest hormone therapy to control the oestrogen levels in your body. Failing that, non invasive surgery is a useful weapon against Fibroids.