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Up to 80% of women will develop fibroids by age 50. Because fibroids are so common and benign (non-cancerous), they're often normalized. Although not all women will experience symptoms, those who do may suffer from a debilitating physical and emotional quality of life.


We created the Fibroid 101 Guide to help women recognize fibroid symptoms and make informed decisions about diagnosis and treatment options. The guide includes practical tips, advocacy advice, and an overview of the latest medical approaches to managing fibroids. Take charge of your health to get the care you want and deserve!

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