What Is an Enlarged Uterus?

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An enlarged uterus maybe as a result of varying factors such as pregnancy and adenomyosis whereby the uterus thickens. Uterine fibroids are also a major cause of enlarged uterus which is promoted by obesity and overweight especially in women.
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The most common cause of an enlarged uterus is fibroids. These are benign growths either in the uterus or on the outer wall of the uterus. Fibroids can cause irregular bleeding. You
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What Is an Enlarged Uterus?
Not many of us spend much time thinking about the size of our uterus. However, a uterus that is abnormally large, or an enlarged uterus, is more than just a misshapen organ.... More »
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The medical term for an enlarged uterus is Adenomyosis. It refers to a condition where the uterus may be two or even three the size of a normal uterus. Many women who have this condition have no symptoms. Other women will have symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding, spotting between periods or pain during intercourse.
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