... pain? ive been to several drs and they say it cant hurt, ive been told it can depending where its pressing on, should i have it removed as it hurts alot and with my fibro and other pain ive got it makes me uncomfortable no matter what i do. its not cancer i had it checked several times.
28 Jul 2011
I have had several benign tumors (over the chest and breast area) due to my history they just removed them they were small they too were fibroid, there was little pain involved with me but if yours have been viewed by several physicians and they are comfortable to leave these alone (since you have had them checked previously) maybe with the fibro pain you experience maybe it's just safe not to to anything but keep an eye on them for any changes.
28 Jul 2011
Well, that's pretty much up to you and your wallet. On one hand, the darn thing hurts you - so taking it out would relieve the pain. On the other hand, doctors day it isn't harming you, so I am assuming here that insurance would not cover you having it removed. If indeed you had it removed, it would be for cosmetic purposes, and likely you would have to pay for it. So, as I say, it is really up up you - it is your body after all - and your wallet.
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