You are not currently a candidate for uterine fibroid embolization.

In your answers, you indicated that you’re not experiencing symptoms.

Fibroids that are not causing symptoms rarely require treatment. If you develop fibroids in the future, then it may mean your fibroids have grown or you’ve developed new fibroids.

If you develop symptoms, please contact us or your women’s health provider.

If you have any additional questions, talking to your women’s health provider is usually a good option.