Subserous uterine fibroids often no complications during pregnancy. The exceptions are very large tumor size (they are rare) and swelling of the thin leg prone to torsion. In any case, how dangerous subserous fibroids during pregnancy a woman, the doctor can answer only after survey.
Subserous fibroids and pregnancy - danger at conception and child-bearing
Subserous uterine fibroids located under the outer layer of serous, so small in size fibroids do not cause menstrual disorders, do not interfere with conception and childbearing.
But subserous fibroids of significant size, located in the immediate vicinity of the fallopian tube can squeeze it, that will prevent the penetration of the sperm in the fallopian tube and fertilize the egg, that is conception.
Childbearing at subserous uterine fibroids
Subserous uterine fibroids: what dangers lurk
and usually it goes smoothly. But hormones that accompanies uterine fibroids (high blood levels of estrogen), may contribute to increased excitability of the muscles of the uterus, and, therefore, miscarriage
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. This happens less often than other types of fibroids, however, miscarriages and premature births excluded in this case is impossible.
Complications subserous fibroids that can occur during pregnancy
The most severe complication of subserous fibroids during pregnancy is twisting her legs. But this can happen only in the case when fibroids long thin legs. If a woman is planning a pregnancy and during the examination she will be found sudseroznaya fibroid on thin legs, she definitely recommend to remove it.
If fibroids first time will have an effect during pregnancy torsion legs, women need emergency life-saving surgery. Pregnancy thus save is not always possible. To avoid this in the second trimester (the peak in the background to the content of the blood progesterone
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Suppressing smooth muscle of the uterus) is sometimes performed surgery remove fibroids - conservative myomectomy.
Subserous fibroids larger on thick legs may compress the surrounding organs of the uterus. If a large subserous fibroids disposed on the front surface of the uterus, it can compress the urinary tract and incontinence lead to stagnation. During pregnancy, it is very dangerous, as the stagnation of urine can cause renal failure (as they are already working with an overload during pregnancy). In addition, the stagnation of urine predisposes to stone formation and the accession of infection. That is, the pregnancy may be complicated by bouts of renal colic or pyelonephritis.
If larger fibroids subserous located on the rear wall of the uterus, it can squeeze the rectum and surrounding tissue, including blood vessels. This will exacerbate constipation (they accompany, and so any pregnancy due to the reduction of motor activity of the intestine), the formation of hemorrhoids
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and painful anal fissures, which also can serve as a gateway for the introduction of infection and contribute to development. Inflammatory processes in the tissues surrounding the rectum.
However, in most cases with constant monitoring of pregnant women in antenatal clinics all of these complications can be avoided and successfully bring a woman to birth.
Complications subserous fibroids that may occur during childbirth
Childbirth at subserous fibroids in most cases are well, without complications. However, there are also complications in a variety of violations of labor-related discoordination uterine contractions. Protracted labor dangerous weakening of the body of the fetus and the woman and the accession of infection. Due to lack of uterine contractions after the birth of the fetus and placenta may start bleeding (normally contract the muscles squeeze the blood vessels and prevent bleeding).
All of these complications can develop and obstetricians, watching a woman during pregnancy, pre-birth plan up in case of complications. A woman with uterine cancer a few days before giving birth are usually admitted to the hospital antenatal department to obstetrician-gynecologist, who will take her birth, she was able to advance to inspect it and to develop tactics of childbirth.
Subserous uterine fibroids rarely poses a risk during pregnancy and childbirth. Moreover, under the action of hormones (mainly progesterone) fibroids may even decrease in size.
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