Often uterine myomas are formed in women of reproductive age, with the following signs: irregular menstrual cycle; reducing the time between two menstruations; excessive bleeding or vice versa: vaginal bleeding; sudden sharp pain in the lower abdomen; enlargement of the abdomen depending on the size of the tumor; sometimes difficult or painful urination and defecation; weakness; pale skin; dizziness; noise in the ears; darkening the eyes; inability to become pregnant. These signs should exacerbate the woman’s attention to visit a specialist.
Very often myoma during climax regress and disappear independently.
This, of course, is the favorable outcome that is due to the reduced amount of hormones that are not produced at all. But there is another option when the myoma begins to grow rapidly. This tumor is insidious by the fact that women practically do not feel an expansion. The symptom is very scarce, so only a gynecologist can find a change in the size or character of the neoplasm.
At first in a pre sarcoma, it is a precancerous disease where the cells begin to divide rapidly. Tumor increases and foci of accelerated growth appear.
If during climax you get dull low abdominal pain and abnormal uterine bleeding with an unpleasant odor, seek medical advice immediately.
The tumor is relatively small in size, so it may not appear for a long time. When a woman still has a cycle, that is, she is in the pre-menopause, the disturbing cycle is a cause for investigation. It is very difficult to predict the development of post-menopausal melanomas as it only occurs with short episodic symptoms: a sharp stabbing pain low in the abdomen that goes to the groin, waist, and legs. This pain may be dull, stretching, stiff.
The second symptom in myoma during the climax is uterine bleeding. They are transparent, yellowish, greenish or blooming in color, often with an unpleasant odor. Such a condition often requires hospital treatment and immediate surgical intervention.
Provoking factors for the emergence and development of myoma during menopause:
• Common stresses
• Late first pregnancy or lack of pregnancy and birth during the woman’s life
• Early menstruation began
Myomas often occur during menopause in women who have experienced inflammatory infectious gynecological diseases, had several abortions, have taken oral contraceptives without prescribing to a doctor.
Interestingly, in women with myoma, climax begins 1-2 years later. They feel the quenching of the reproductive function much more acute, regardless of tumor regression. The woman suffers from fluctuations in blood pressure, symptoms of osteoporosis appear, her mood often changes.
If during climax the myoma not only does not diminish but progresses, the woman should visit an oncologist. The woman will be under constant surveillance to monitor the size and condition of the tumor. But, as the practice shows, the probability that the myoma will degenerate into a sarcoma, ie, in a malignant entity, reaches no more than 0.7%. With age, however, this risk increases.
You can only protect yourself by surgery – removing the tumor or uterine structures. If the tumor progresses, conservative therapy and constant observation of the gynecologist are given. Overall, the prognosis is almost always beneficial: without enough hormones, the myoma starts slowly disappearing. Which once again shows that you should regularly undergo check-ups. This will only determine if your myoma decreases or vice versa – it increases its size.