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Delivered a 5 kg baby normally

baby that weighs more than 8 lbs 13 ounces at the time of delivery is considered a “macrosomic” or “large for gestational age” baby. There are certainly women delivering all over the world that are able to deliver these larger babies vaginally.

3 different cases red color is fibroid, pink color 5kg baby, blue color is normal delivery in critical situation

Fibroid uterus removed by laparoscopy surgery

Fibroids can be removed by an operation called myomectomy, which is performed traditionally by cutting into the abdomen (laparotomy). In this procedure, the fibroidis removed and the uterus is conserved. Myomectomy can also be performed by using keyhole surgery ( laparoscopy and hysteroscopy).

Uterine fibroids are growths in your uterus. Because they’re typically not cancerous, you can decide whether or not you want to have them removed.

You may not need surgery if your fibroids don’t bother you. However, you might consider surgery if your fibroids cause:

  • heavy menstrual bleeding
  • bleeding between periods
  • pain or pressure in your lower belly
  • frequent urination
  • trouble emptying your bladder

Surgery might also be an option if you want to get pregnant in the future. Sometimes fibroids can increase your risk of having a miscarriage or complications during your pregnancy.

If you decide to have fibroid surgery, you have three options:

Surgery can relieve your fibroid symptoms, but it does come with risks. Your doctor will talk you through your options. Together, you can decide whether to have a procedure, and if so, which one to have.

Types of fibroid surgery

There are three types of fibroid procedures. Which one you have depends on:

  • the size of your fibroids
  • the number of fibroids you have
  • where in your uterus they’re located
  • whether you want to have children