Surgical treatment of uterine fibroids
   Applicable people: Uterine fibroids are the same size as the uterus of pregnancy for more than one and a half months. In addition, if the uterine fibroids grow faster, the tumor protrudes into the abdominal cavity and tends to twist, should also be surgically removed. Of course, other indications such as severe anemia, heart disease, and general conditions should also be considered when determining surgery.
1. Hysterectomy
   Applicable people: Those with large uterine fibroids, severe symptoms, ineffective conservative treatment, or malignant diseases.
   Advantages: The surgery completely removes the uterus and also eradicates its symptoms.
   Defect: The patient loses fertility and will no longer have menstruation. 34% of women occurred ovarian failure and menopausal symptoms within 2 years after surgery. Hysterectomy affects the integrity of the pelvic floor, shortens the vagina, and affects sexual life to a certain extent. After a hysterectomy, premature ovarian failure, estrogen decreases, and cardiovascular morbidity increases. Patients are prone to adverse reactions such as obesity, hypertension, heart disease, and osteoporosis. The patient needs a recovery period of 4-8 weeks after surgery.
2. Laparoscopic myomectomy
       Advantages: small incision, less pelvic adhesion formation; quick postoperative recovery, most patients can walk and eat in the afternoon of the operation; wound pain and postoperative fever are less, seldom need to use sedative pain medicine; small incision, beautiful, suitable for young People's aesthetic psychology; shortened the length of hospitalization, and generally can be discharged within 48 hours after surgery.

        Non-surgical treatment of uterine fibroids must meet the following conditions: first, the tumor is not more than 6 weeks gestation size; second, menopausal and asymptomatic; third, near menopause, and who can use non-surgical treatment to reduce bleeding; fourth, those who cannot tolerate surgery. Non-surgical treatment mainly includes expectant treatment and drug treatment.
1. Expectant treatment
   Adapt to the crowd: Patients who are over 40-50 years old and start to have menopause, and clinically have no obvious symptoms such as excessive bleeding and pain.
   Specific method: without any drugs and other treatments. Gynecological internal consultations and B-ultrasound examinations are carried out every 3 months. If there is no rapid growth of the tumor and the bleeding, and pain symptoms are not aggravated, it can be expected that the uterine fibroids will shrink day by day through the increase in age and the decline in the level of sex hormones.
2. Drug treatment
   Advantages: The current non-surgical treatment is mainly based on drug treatment, which can avoid the pain and sequelae caused by the operation. If the general drug treatment is not ideal, then consider minimally invasive or surgical treatment.
   Chinese medicine treatment: use Chinese medicine soup, Chinese patent medicines, etc. to regulate the endocrine and internal microcirculation of female patients, regulate blood and regulate Qi, dispel stasis, and eliminate uterine fibroids from the source.
   Modern medicine treatment: androgen treatment, near menopause, menstrual disorders, and no malignant changes in the endometrium, usually methyltestosterone treatment.

Four years of anxiety is finally healed today  --- The experience of one patient dealt with anxiety.
        I am 21 years old this year and I was born in 2000. Anxiety has been with me for 4 years from the age of 18 to 21. It is also my best youth, my entire university.
"My Character"
        I haven't experienced any huge ups and downs in my life. My father treated me very well, which led to my personality being a perfectionist and selfish at the same time. I am very concerned about myself and very sensitive. In retrospect, I still feel a bit embarrassing.

   Insomnia has become a norm nowadays. At least three out of ten office workers suffer from insomnia. Then do you know how to improve insomnia?
Causes of insomnia
   1. The effects of drugs and alcohol
   People who are dependent on sedative and hypnotic drugs often have stubborn sleep disorders. The more the dose of the drug is used, the more pronounced insomnia occurs when the drug is stopped or reduced. People who take stimulants for a long time also suffer from insomnia. After middle age, a person becomes sensitive to caffeine. Maybe he developed the habit of drinking strong tea or coffee at night when he was young. It did not affect sleep at that time. However, after middle age, insomnia will become more pronounced. Not aware that this long-term habit is actually the cause of insomnia.

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