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Fibroids symptoms are the most common benign tumours in women and are almost always limited to the uterus. Depending on age, it is estimated that around two thirds of Australian women and mainly during their reproductive years, are affected by fibroids at some stage in their life. Fibroids most commonly develop between the ages of 25-50 and they tend to shrink in women after menopause.
The symptoms of uterine fibroids are as variable as the condition itself, meaning that fibromas vary in quantity, location within the uterus as well as their size. Often the symptoms depend on these factors as well as the type of fibroids.