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And now, we begin:
Uterine Fibroids is a serious condition that affects many women, especially women of color. I have witnessed a family member deal with having fibroids, and it can be quite debilitating. Fibroids are generally defined as a non-cancerous growth, on or around the uterus that vary in size. Symptoms vary from mild to severe, that manifest in many ways. Uterine fibroids tend to show up during a woman’s childbearing years, usually in the range between 30-40 years old. Some of the symptoms to be aware of are as follows: