Medical management of fibroids.

  title={Medical management of fibroids.},
  author={Srividhya Sankaran and Isaac T. Manyonda},
  journal={Best practice & research. Clinical obstetrics & gynaecology},
  volume={22 4},
The ideal medical therapy for fibroids is, arguably, a tablet that is taken by mouth, once a day or, even better, once a week, with minimal, if any, side-effects, that induces fibroid regression and thus a resolution of symptoms rapidly, but without affecting fertility. Such a magic bullet does not yet exist, and there are no indications that one is on the horizon. Driven by the observation that fibroid growth is hormone dependent, current medical treatments mainly involve hormonal… CONTINUE READING
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