Recognize the Symptoms that are feltMany women who have myoma but do not feel any symptoms. However, if it appears, the symptoms of myoma during pregnancy can vary. Complaints experienced depend on the size, number, and location of myoma growth. The most common myoma symptoms of myoma include:
- Menstrual period is more than a week
- Stomach ache
- Feeling pressure or pain in the pelvic cavity
- Frequent urination
- Severe menstrual bleeding
Myoma Risk Factors When PregnantThe actual cause of myoma is not clearly known, but there are several factors that can influence the formation of myoma, including:
Estrogen and progesterone are hormones produced by the ovaries. Both of these hormones cause the lining of the uterus to regenerate during each menstrual cycle and can stimulate myoma growth.
Increased production of the hormones estrogen and progesterone in the body during pregnancy can trigger myoma growth.
The presence of other family members, such as mothers, sisters, or grandmothers, who have had myoma, can increase the risk of someone also having myoma.