Understanding Fibroids

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By developing a collaborative partnership with fellow patients and physicians, we’re fostering a supportive relationship where informed women have proactive conversations with trusted healthcare providers on a regular basis. As a patient-founded organization, our unique insights layered with a unique mix of virtual and in-person outreach drives exponential change.

Awareness, education, and access to care are all needed to make a tremendous difference in a woman’s quality of life. Together we need to make talking about menstrual health and fertility a part of normal health care.

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Shay Johnson's Story

Actress Shay Johnson was terrified every time she thought of the word "Fibroids." She separated herself from her family and friends while trying to deal with the symptoms herself. She finally was made aware of treatment options that helped her to live a normal life.

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Everyone’s personal journey with fibroids can serve as a source of motivation and hope for other women suffering from similar conditions.
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11/05/2021

Victim to Victorious: A Journey of Overcoming Fibroids

How Fibroid Ambassador Eugenia Buie Battled Fibroids During the Pandemic Now that we are more than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, it has presented numerous challenges for women dealing

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10/08/2021

Increased Risk of Breast Cancer In Women with Fibroids

Every October, we donate to breast cancer awareness organizations, wear pink ribbons or clothing, and are grateful for our family members in remission. It’s easy to go through the motions,

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10/01/2021

Breaking the Generational Fibroid Stigma

 “The entire time my body was trying to tell me, ‘hey, something is wrong’, and I had normalized it because generationally, I was told that having bad periods was a

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Whether you want to be prepared for the start of your period, plan for travel or, simply monitor your cycle, our quick period calendar should be able to help.
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10/08/2021

Increased Risk of Breast Cancer In Women with Fibroids

Every October, we donate to breast cancer awareness organizations, wear pink ribbons or clothing, and are grateful for our family members in remission. It’s easy to go through the motions, but it’s more important that we know the risk factors and common signs of breast cancer. Participating in proactive at-home testing and attending regular doctor appointments can lower your risk of breast cancer mortality. Close to 1 in 8 U.S. women, roughly 13 percent, will…

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