Myomectomy and Childbirth
|Running Time: 85 seconds
||Published: 2011-01-16 09:58:52
Dr. Serene Srouji of the Center for Reproductive Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital answers the question, “Does having a myomectomy affect childbirth?” A myomectomy is a procedure that sometimes is necessary. If someone is of reproductive age, and they have a pregnancy loss or complication, sometimes a myomectomy is necessary to perform. Pregnancy depends on where the fibroid is and the procedure performed.
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