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Living With Uterine Fibroids is a Pain
July 27, 2018
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Women problems so men will have to deal with the issues but aren’t suffering with the pain such as menstrual cramps, fibroids, ovarian cysts etc. Uterine fibroids can cause heavy bleeding, fatigue, and nausea. There’s sharp pains “within” the abdomen and abdominal swelling. The heavy bleeding can cause extreme fatigue. “My experiences with uterine fibroids have been a pain in my rear but rest, remaining hydrated, and warm towels on top of the abdomen area helps relieve some of the pain.” (Tanikka Paulk).

Some women need surgery in order to find relief or to remove the ovarian cysts which can cause severe pain. There’s minor surgery involved the entrance through the belly button and the removal of the cyst can offer the woman comfort and decrease fatigue. I’ve been living with uterine fibroids for many years. “My observations have lead to the findings of obtaining plenty of rest will help decrease the bleeding and lower the risks of severe fatigue.” by: Tanikka Paulk

What does the Male Population Understand About Uterine Fibroids?

Men would have difficulty understanding what a woman goes through because they’re with the female organs. They’re inability to give birth doesn’t offer males any understanding to what a woman has to endure. Yes science has tried to test God’s “patience by trying to demonstrate” a male carrying a baby. Demonstrates their line of thinking. No matter how hard scientists try to prove that men can give childbirth they’ll fail. Men aren’t equipped to give birth. Men aren’t able to comprehend what women really endure. Fibroids are painful and can cause some women to become hospitalized.

I’ve had such painful events. Depending on where the fibroids are located the pain will generate in the area and can transmit from one area to another. There’s also the back pain associated with fibroids and uterine cysts. hydration can help with lowering the abdominal cramping. Perhaps laying on one side will also help alleviate the pain. My experiences have led to switching from “one” side to the other in order to find the relief in which I’ve seeked.

The fatigue can decrease by obtaining the appropriate bed rest. Exercise will lower the risks of abdominal pain. There are many women suffering from uterine fibroids and each women is different. Their experiences won’t be the same. There are some having to leave their jobs because of the pain in which fibroids can cause. The extreme bleeding causes the fatigue. Finding the most effective ways to decrease pain and bleeding will help with the ability to function.

“Imagine men having to live with uterine fibroids which be impossible because men don’t have a uterus.” By: Tanikka PaulkĀ 

Article Written by: Tanikka Paulk

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