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Fibroids Overview

An introduction into uterine fibroids

What are fibroids?

Fibroids are non-cancerous growths in the uterus, or womb. Fibroids develop from the smooth muscular tissue of the womb. They may grow slowly or quickly, or they may simply stay the same size. However, if they get too large, they may start causing the painful and life-altering symptoms listed above.

Fibroids are very common. As many as 3 out of 4 women will develop fibroids during their lifetimes. Most are unaware they have fibroids. Sometimes, doctors will accidentally discover fibroids during a routine pelvic or pregnancy exam, and then refer their patients to a specialist to have the fibroids treated.

Who is at risk for fibroids?

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Our Expert Fibroid Doctors

At Precision Vascular & Interventional, we are experts at accurately and quickly diagnosing fibroids. After we review your medical history and perform a physical exam, we will use ultrasound imaging to determine whether or not you have fibroids. In some cases, we may also need for you to get an MRI.

Giving the best possible treatment for fibroids is our goal. That’s why we use a minimally invasive Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) procedure. And this entire procedure is performed through a tiny puncture. Plus: the normal recovery time is just one week, so you can get back to your life quickly and with less pain! 

Danny Chan, M.D.

Medical Doctor at Precision VIR

Jaryd Stein, M.D.

Medical Doctor at Precision VIR

Risk Factors for Fibroids

Fibroids are commonly associated with the following factors

Women Ages 30-50

They tend to appear most commonly in women in this age range.

Mother with Fibroids

If your mother had fibroids, it increases the chance of having fibroids.

African American women are at a higher risk for fibroids.

African American Women

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Minimally Invasive

This entire procedure is done while the patient is sedated, through a puncture the size of a grain of rice.

Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)

This state-of-the-art procedure is performed by trained physicians

1 Week Recovery

Even better: recovery time is just one week, so you can get back to your life quickly and with less pain.

Little Scarring

Since there is no incision, it heals with almost no scarring.

Most Major Insurances Accepted

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few questions that come up regularly about fibroids

No. Treatment is only required in 10% to 20% of fibroid cases. Most fibroid cases don't cause any symptoms.

Do all cases of fibroids require treatment?

Can this prevent a hysterectomy?

Yes. The UFE procedure may reduce the need for hysterectomy substantially. 1/3 of all hysterectomies in the U.S. are linked to fibroids.

We will carefully explain what the instructions are before the procedure, and we'll provide you with written instructions too.

How do I prepare for the procedure?

A mild sedative is given an hour before the procedure to help you relax. This helps ease nerves considerably. 

What if I feel nervous before the procedure?

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Pain during or after intercourse

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Plano, the ninth largest city in Texas, has become famous for its homey feeling and quaint downtown and its proximity to both DFW and Love Field airports. The Plano Surgical Hospital was recently renovated and is now completely up-to-date and state-of-the-art. All suites are equipped with amenities like Wi-Fi Internet connectivity and cable television.

Suzanne Slonim, M.D.

Medical Doctor at Precision VIR

When you need treatment for your fibroids, you want a doctor you can talk to. You want someone who understands you. You want someone you can trust. I'm going to take the time to explain everything, tell you all the alternatives, and answer all your questions. I've been performing uterine fibroid embolization to treat women bothered by fibroids for 20 years. I'm on your side.

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Difficulty urinating

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Pelvic pain or pressure

Request an appointment with us to to find out about treating your fibroids without surgery.

You could be one of the many women suffering from uterine fibroids

Plano, the ninth largest city in Texas, has become famous for its homey feeling and quaint downtown and its proximity to both DFW and Love Field airports. The Plano Surgical Hospital was recently renovated and is now completely up-to-date and state-of-the-art. All suites are equipped with amenities like WiFi Internet connectivity and cable television.

Fibroids Overview

An introduction into uterine fibroids

What are fibroids?

Fibroids are non-cancerous growths in the uterus, or womb. Fibroids develop from the smooth muscular tissue of the womb. They may grow slowly or quickly, or they may simply stay the same size. However, if they get too large, they may start causing the painful and life-altering symptoms listed above.

Who is at risk for fibroids?

Fibroids are very common. As many as 3 out of 4 women will develop fibroids during their lifetimes. Most are unaware they have fibroids. Sometimes, doctors will accidentally discover fibroids during a routine pelvic or pregnancy exam, and then refer their patients to a specialist to have the fibroids treated.

Suzanne Slonim, M.D.

Medical Doctor at Precision VIR

When you need treatment for your fibroids, you want a doctor you can talk to. You want someone who understands you. You want someone you can trust. I'm going to take the time to explain everything, tell you all the alternatives, and answer all your questions. I've been performing uterine fibroid embolization to treat women bothered by fibroids for 20 years. I'm on your side.

Our Expert Fibroid Doctors

Excellent patient care is our passion

At Precision Vascular & Interventional, we are experts at accurately and quickly diagnosing fibroids. After we review your medical history and perform a physical exam, we will use ultrasound imaging to determine whether or not you have fibroids. In some cases, we may also need for you to get an MRI.

Danny Chan, M.D.

Giving the best possible treatment for fibroids is our goal. That’s why we use a minimally invasive Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) procedure. And this entire procedure is performed through a tiny puncture. Plus: the normal recovery time is just one week, so you can get back to your life quickly and with less pain! 

Jaryd Stein, M.D.

Medical Doctor at Precision VIR

Medical Doctor at Precision VIR

Most Major Insurances Accepted

Risk Factors for Fibroids

Fibroids are commonly associated with the following factors

Women Ages 30-50

They tend to appear most commonly in women in this age range.

Mother with Fibroids

If your mother had fibroids, it increases the chance of having fibroids.

African American women are at a higher risk for fibroids.

African American Women

Eating a lot of red meat and ham but not many vegetables

Unbalanced Diet

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few questions that come up regularly about fibroids

Do all cases of fibroids require treatment?

No. Treatment is only required in 10% to 20% of fibroid cases. Most fibroid cases don't cause any symptoms.

Can this prevent a hysterectomy?

Yes. The UFE procedure may reduce the need for hysterectomy substantially. 1/3 of all hysterectomies in the U.S. are linked to fibroids.

What if I feel nervous before the procedure?

A mild sedative is given an hour before the procedure to help you relax. This helps ease nerves considerably. 

How do I prepare for the procedure?

We will carefully explain what the instructions are before the procedure, and we'll provide you with written instructions too.

Ready to schedule an appointment?

Relieve any fibroid concerns you have with one of our doctors

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Can I have uterine fibroid embolization if I still want to get pregnant?

UFE is not recommended if you are planning to get pregnant. There is a small amount of evidence that suggests a slightly higher miscarriage rate if you have a UFE. It is certainly possible to have a normal pregnancy, normal delivery, and normal baby after having the procedure, but if you have the option to have another treatment for your fibroids, that would be safest until further data is available about pregnancy after UFE. If a woman has been told that hysterectomy is her only treatment option, we would be happy to discuss the possibility of UFE with her.

Not recommended for women planning to get pregnant

UFE is not recommended if you are planning to get pregnant. There is a small amount of evidence that suggests a slightly higher miscarriage rate if you have a UFE. It is certainly possible to have a normal pregnancy, normal delivery, and normal baby after having the procedure, but if you have the option to have another treatment for your fibroids, that would be safest until further data is available about pregnancy after UFE. If a woman has been told that hysterectomy is her only treatment option, we would be happy to discuss the possibility of UFE with her.

Not recommended for women 
planning 
to get pregnant


Not recommended for women
planning to get pregnant

Not recommended for women 
planning to get pregnant
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