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Self-Care Tips for Women With Fibroids
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Self-Care Tips for Women With Fibroids
Self-Care Tips for Women With Fibroids
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It is an insanely busy day at work. Your calendar is packed with tasks, kids’ birthday parties, events. A huge work deadline is looming. So, how do you make room for all these things? The answer is obvious: you work late, skip the gym, cancel a lunch date with a friend, and probably even skip a few meals.

Most women don’t think twice before putting self-care on the back burner. More often than not, it takes a wake-up call to notice the toll this kind of lifestyle takes on our lives.

No matter how indulgent or decadent the term may sound, self-care is crucial for our physical, emotional and mental well-being. Between demands at work and home, finding that “me time” can be tough.

It gets even more complicated if you’re a woman with uterine fibroids-a condition where the concept of self-care extends far beyond the occasional visit to a spa.

What Are Fibroids?

Fibroids are benign tumors that develop from normal uterus muscle cells that start growing abnormally. Fibroids can vary in size ranging from microscopic to several inches. There are several different types of fibroids and it’s not unusual to have more than one type.

Some fibroids don’t produce any symptoms at all, while others can cause debilitating cramps, heavy bleeding, bloating, painful sex or a variety of other unpleasant symptoms. And, while it’s common to have multiple fibroid tumors, it’s often unclear which fibroid is causing the symptoms.

Dealing with fibroids can be disruptive to daily life, and many women report that their symptoms affect their overall mood and sense of well-being.

Here are some important self-care tips for women with fibroids (both for those who are experiencing the symptoms and those who are not).

  1. You need to see your obgyn on a regular basis

This piece of advice is for all women with fibroids-with or without symptoms. Staying in touch with your gynecologist will help monitor your fibroids and the development of any symptoms. For women who are already experiencing the symptoms (heavy bleeding, pelvic pain and pressure, urge to urinate, painful sex, etc.), it’s a good idea to have a regular discussion with your gynecologist about improvement, lack of improvement, or worsening of the symptoms.

Consistent and open dialogue between the obgyn and the patient can help establish a partnership in care, which is especially important when discussing all available fibroid treatment options.

  1. Keep a Symptom Journal

Fibroids are most commonly known for heavy, prolonged periods. As fibroids increase in size, a woman may also notice her abdomen becoming distended. The growing fibroid can press on the surrounding organs, like the bowel and bladder, resulting in constipation, pelvic pressure and urinary urgency. Other symptoms may include a chronic discharge and fertility issues.

Writing down symptoms is a useful tool that can help a woman keep track over time of how she feels. Recording the symptoms and the dates when you experienced them will make it much easier for your gynecologist to make a correct diagnosis and suggest a course of treatment. Noticing trends is very important. It is important for a woman to notice if her periods are getting heavier and lasting longer or if she is having increased pain and pressure. It is crucial to note if her symptoms are severe enough for her to miss work. Taking a moment to capture those dates and changes can help provide your doctor with vital information.

  1. Get Creative in the Kitchen

There are many blogs floating around the internet that advise women with fibroids to eat this and not eat that. Different blogs suggest very different diets and it can get a bit confusing and even frustrating. Research has shown that eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables may be protective against fibroids, but we still don’t have sufficient studies that definitively support any particular diet as a clear path to fibroid prevention or cure. Simply put, a healthy diet that doesn’t include processed foods and too much fat, sugar and sodium is good for everyone, whether you have fibroids or not.

Taking time to prepare a nutritious meal can count as self-care for both body and mind. Making healthy meals at home helps provide your body with the nutrients it needs and it can also serve as a major stress reliever. Culinary therapy that uses the calming therapeutic power of cooking is now being used as part of treatment plans for conditions like anxiety and depression. The best part of culinary therapy is of course a delicious and nutritious meal that follows, especially if you outsource the cleaning up to the rest of your family..

  1. Move Your Body

Just like finding the time to cook healthy and nutritious meals, participating in regular exercise can be a self-care practice that may help women with fibroids in many ways.

Exercise may help with symptoms like pain, cramping, and bloating.

Fibroid pain can often be relieved through yoga poses that open up the stomach. One such pose is called Bharadvaja’s Twist. This pose is performed while seated on the floor with your legs in front of you. You transfer your weight to your right buttock, fold your legs into your left buttock, inhale to help you sit up straighter, and twist your torso to the right. As you twist, you put your right arm behind your left arm. Hold this position for 10 to 15 seconds, then release the stretch.

Another yoga pose that can alleviate existing fibroid pain is the Supported Bridge Pose. This pose requires you to lie face up on the floor, with your arms in front of you, palms up. You then lift your buttocks and torso up off the ground. Your legs should follow. Leave just your shoulders on the ground. A rolled up towel between your knees can make holding this pose more comfortable. Hold the stretch for 10 to 15 seconds, then release. Repeat two to three times.

Research suggests that being obese or overweight may potentially increase the risk of fibroids, so when it comes to weight management, both diet and exercise are important.

  1. Find Ways to Reduce Stress

The connection between emotions and health is real, and part of that connection is the way in which your emotions impact your health. When you experience negative emotions, your body responds physically, with symptoms that can range from increased discomfort from fibroids to high blood pressure to stomach ulcers, eczema, etc. The more stressful the event, the more likely it is that you will experience physical repercussions from the strong feelings you are experiencing.

The fibroid symptoms can be debilitating and the stress that may follow can lead to a lack of sleep. Not getting enough sleep puts the body under additional stress, triggering an increase in stress hormones during the day.

Without good sleep, it can be difficult for patients to deal with life’s challenges. The inability to cope may then contribute to an ongoing cycle of stress.

To help stay balanced, women should participate in self-care routines that include mindfulness practices, such as yoga, spirituality, and therapy. Sometimes a simple brisk walk or curling up with a good book can make you feel a lot better.

  1. Find the Right Specialist

It is extremely important for every woman to notice if her periods have become the root of her stress. Menstruation can be an inconvenience most women learn to live with, but it should never negatively affect a woman’s life or lead to mortifying social situations. Patients need to understand that it is not normal. Patients get used to dealing with uncomfortable symptoms, but normal periods shouldn’t affect your ability to participate in your daily activities.

It is essential for every woman who was either diagnosed or suspects that she has uterine fibroids to find a specialist who believes that you shouldn’t have to live with the pain, discomfort, and inconvenience of fibroid symptoms and who can recommend the course of treatment that is best for the patient and her unique circumstances. The right doctor will provide you with the knowledge and the treatment option that are best for YOU.

Read more: https://www.vivaeve.com/self-care-tips-for-women-with-fibroids/

VIVA EVE: Fibroid Treatment Specialists

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

Web Address: https://vivaeve.com

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Nearby Locations:

Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

Working Hours:

Monday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Tuesday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Wednesday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Thursday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Friday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Saturday: 8 AM – 4 PM

Sunday: Closed

Payment: cash, check, credit cards.

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How to Advocate for Your Own Period Health
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How to Advocate for Your Own Period Health
How to Advocate for Your Own Period Health
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Have you ever left your doctor’s office feeling unsure of what just transpired? It’s happened to all of us - an important appointment is seemingly over in a flash as health concerns are dismissed, symptoms are deemed “common,” and fears are dismantled. You have a gut feeling that something's wrong - but your office visit “proved” otherwise. So how do you advocate for your health, especially when discussing something as personal and important as your menstrual cycle?

By taking a more active role in your health care. Here are some things you CAN do:

  1. Do the prep work you need to be able to drive the conversation. Prepare for your appointment by writing down the symptoms that have been impacting your quality-of-life. "Be as specific as you can," advises Dr. Nithya Gopal, a board-certified gynecologist with VIVA EVE. "If you're bleeding through your bedding, write it down. If you're changing your sanitary products every couple of hours, or are self-medicating with painkillers around the clock, write it down. The extent of your symptoms should be known by your healthcare provider." Writing things down is good because not only will it help you remember during the conversation, but you can also just hand the list to your doctor and let her read it if you’re too nervous to talk about them.
  2. Research online ahead of your appointment. Use the internet and its various resources to deepen your understanding of the issues that may be affecting your health. As a patient, it's in your best interest to become informed about the conditions that may be causing the symptoms you're experiencing, such as fibroids, adenomyosis, uterine polyps, and endometriosis. Look for science-supported webpages, articles, and studies. These too will help whether you ask about them or show your doctor the list of conditions you think might fit.
  3. Collect your own metrics. "Consider actively using a period tracker app to track and monitor your menstrual cycle," says Nurse Practitioner Maris Huffman. "Keeping track of your body's patterns is especially helpful to your doctor because those metrics allow them to easily view your past cycles and spot trends.” For example, Clue, the top free period tracker app recommended by the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology is a robust app that demystifies your menstrual cycle and allows you to track your health across 30 different categories.
  4. Stress to your doctor that you want to treat the illness, not the symptoms. If you believe there's more to your period symptoms, your doctor should work jointly with you to investigate the underlying cause. A missed diagnosis can lead to serious repercussions, such as in the case of actress Gabrielle Union, who found out that she had adenomyosis after suffering “eight or nine” miscarriages, as detailed in her book We’re Going to Need More Wine. Looking back, Union describes the signs as being clear. “Every doctor I saw was like let me put you on birth control,” she said. Union had sought medical attention in her twenties for her periods, which bled through overnight pads and lasted nine or ten days. “Note: if you are on birth control for anything other than birth control, to address or treat any sort of period issue you are not actually treating or addressing a period or reproductive issue. You are masking it.”
  5. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Once you’re in the “hot seat” at the doctor’s, remind yourself that you are there to actively explore your health and seek treatment. Participate and ask questions during your consultation. Push past the status quo (on average, doctors will interrupt patients after only 11 seconds when patients try to tell them what's wrong) and get out of the habit of listening and not speaking.
  6. Know when a second opinion is appropriate. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, one in 20 Americans will experience outpatient diagnostic errors. Mistakes happen, even with the host of medical qualifiers - education, experience, and training - your health care providers have. If you feel like you’re not being heard, doubt the validity of the diagnosis, or experience pushback on your attempts to be your own advocate, seek a second opinion. Good, confident doctors will not be upset with you and will recognize that a second opinion is as much about patient comfort as it is about medical judgment.

VIVA EVE is a women’s health care clinic in New York City that specializes in treating uterine fibroids and providing first-line-of-care to women suffering from undiagnosed GYN disorders. If you’re seeking a second opinion, we invite you to schedule a consultation. Our team of experts will provide you with the compassionate, specialized care you deserve.

Read more: https://www.vivaeve.com/how-to-advocate-for-your-own-period-health/

VIVA EVE: Fibroid Treatment Specialists

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

Web Address: https://vivaeve.com

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Nearby Locations:

Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

Working Hours:

Monday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Tuesday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Wednesday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Thursday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Friday: 8 AM – 7 PM

Saturday: 8 AM – 4 PM

Sunday: Closed

Payment: cash, check, credit cards.

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Hysterectomy
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A hysterectomy is a major operation for a woman that's only recommended if other treatment options have been unsuccessful and no other method would work for her specific symptoms.

The most common reasons for having a hysterectomy include:

  • heavy periods – which can be caused by fibroids
  • pelvic pain – which may be caused by endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) that wasn't fully treated, adenomyosis or fibroids
  • prolapse of the uterus
  • malignant tumors of the reproductive system

In New York City, you can find the best fibroid surgeon at VIVA EVE, a fibroid treatment center. Whether you need a partial hysterectomy or a total hysterectomy, your gynecologist specializing in fibroids can take care of you.

We are fully aware that the decision to have a hysterectomy is final. It’s an operation to remove your uterus and you can’t undo it.  You can rest assured that our team will explore every possible conservative option that can eliminate your symptoms or combat a disease before suggesting it to you.

  • Uterine fibroids that cannot be treated by any other less invasive or conservative method
  • Endometriosis or abnormal growth of uterine cells
  • Uterine prolapse, when your uterus shifts into your vaginal canal
  • Adenomyosis or thickening of the uterine wall
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Chronic pelvic pain
Read more info: https://www.vivaeve.com/fibroids-treatment/hysterectomy-specialists-doctors/

VIVA EVE: Fibroid Treatment Specialists

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

https://vivaeve.com

Nearby Locations:

Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

 

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Enlarged Uterus Treatment
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A women's uterus is the size of a clenched fist but can grow as big as a soccer ball or larger during pregnancy. In addition to pregnancy, there are many other reasons (like uterine fibroids or adenomyosis) why a woman's uterus may become enlarged. 

If your uterus seems enlarged, you should schedule a consultation with VIVA EVE, a fibroid treatment center that specializes in treating both fibroids and adenomyosis. Based on your needs, the best fibroid doctors in NYC that are part of the VIVA EVE team can tailor a treatment plan for you. Come see our new cutting edge, state-of-the-art fibroid treatment clinic and meet our fibroid specialist to get the relief from your pain and discomfort. 

Adenomyosis occurs when the lining of the uterus — called the endometrium — breaks through the uterine muscle wall. When the lining cells of the uterus bleed during the menstrual period, these misplaced cells in the muscle bleed as well. And bleeding directly into the muscle causes pain. As the blood accumulates, the surrounding muscle swells and forms fibrous tissue in response to the irritation. This swollen area within the uterine muscle wall, called an adenomyoma, feels very much like a fibroid during medical examination.  The condition may affect your entire uterus or it can be localized to one area.is a condition that’s caused when the tissue that normally lines the uterus breaks through or grows into the outer wall of the uterus.

This can lead to heavy bleeding, painful periods, and pain during sexual intercourse. While an enlarged uterus that could be the result of adenomyosis is not life-threatening, symptoms can range from uncomfortable to incapacitating. Many women report missing days or even weeks of work each year while dealing with debilitating symptoms. These symptoms can have a profound effect on your personal life as well.

In order to make sure you’re diagnosed and treated appropriately, you should schedule a consultation with the doctor that specializes in the treatment of fibroids and adenomyosis.

Read more info: https://www.vivaeve.com/fibroids-symptoms/enlarged-uterus-treatment/

VIVA EVE: Fibroid Treatment Specialists

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

https://vivaeve.com

Nearby Locations:

Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

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Office Visit, Consultation from VIVA EVE: Fibroid Treatment Specialists is $450
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At VIVA EVE, we believe you shouldn't have to live with the pain, discomfort, and inconvenience of fibroid symptoms. We specialize in uterine fibroid embolization — UFE. Our team of board-certified physicians and caring staff will help guide you through diagnosis and treatment options.

Because not all patients are suitable candidates for UFE, we start each patient relationship with the goal of always recommending the course of treatment that is best for the patient and her unique circumstances.

The entire VIVA EVE team is committed to providing superior quality and personalized gyn care for each patient we see. We help you determine which treatment is the best way to treat your problematic fibroids. We do not recommend treatments that are not appropriate for you.

Have more questions? Need to make an appointment? Call to VIVA EVE for an appointment by this number: (718) 269-4990 (24-hour answering service).

VIVA EVE

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

https://vivaeve.com

Nearby Locations:

Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

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VIVA EVE: Fibroid Treatment Specialists
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Fight your fibroids with the most precise and professional approach Viva Eve provides. We are specialized in treatment of different type of uterine fibroids no matter how difficult is the case. Our goal is maximum preservation of your natural tissues and saving your fertility functions. The service is available in multiple areas of the New York City to help all those who need us.


VIVA EVE

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

https://vivaeve.com

Nearby Locations:

Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

Working Hours

Monday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Tuesday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Wednesday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Thursday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Friday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Saturday: 8 AM - 4 PM

Sunday: Closed

Payment: cash, check, credit cards.

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Dr. Parviz Soomekh
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Dr. Parviz Soomekh, M.D. is a board-certified anesthesiologist with over 10 years of experience in providing anesthesia solutions to a wide range of surgical specialties, including Interventional Radiology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Vascular. He has extensive experience in administering anesthesia for ambulatory procedures that require moderate sedation and pain management, such as UFE.

He currently serves as Director of Anesthesia at the New York Eye Surgery Centers, as Anesthesiologist-in-Chief at Posh Anesthesia Group and as Attending Anesthesiologist at both the Brooklyn Endoscopy & Ambulatory Surgery Center and the New York Presbyterian Cornell Lower Manhattan Hospital.

Dr. Soomekh received his Bachelor of Science with Cum Laude distinction from SUNY at Stony Brook, NY. He received his medical degree and completed his residency in anesthesiology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. He has co-authored numerous scientific publications on a variety of topics related to anesthesia.

VIVA EVE

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

https://vivaeve.com

Nearby Locations:

Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

Working Hours

Monday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Tuesday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Wednesday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Thursday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Friday: 8 AM - 7 PM

Saturday: 8 AM - 4 PM

Sunday: Closed

Payment: cash, check, credit cards.

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At VIVA EVE, we believe you shouldn't have to live with the pain, discomfort, and inconvenience of fibroid symptoms. We specialize in uterine fibroid embolization — UFE. Our team of board-certified physicians and caring staff will help guide you through diagnosis and treatment options.

Because not all patients are suitable candidates for UFE, we start each patient relationship with the goal of always recommending the course of treatment that is best for the patient and her unique circumstances.

The entire VIVA EVE team is committed to providing superior quality and personalized care for each patient we see. We help you determine which treatment is the best way to treat your problematic fibroids. We do not recommend treatments that are not appropriate for you.

Have more questions? Need to make an appointment? Call to VIVA EVE for an appointment by this number: (718) 269-4990 (24-hour answering service).

VIVA EVE

108-18 63rd Rd,

Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 269-4990

https://vivaeve.com

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Rego Park | Elmhurst | Kew Gardens Hills | Pomonok | Corona

11374 | 11373 | 11367 | 11365 | 11368

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