Fibroids are a series of benign (ie, noncancerous) of variable size that develop in the muscular wall of the uterus. Generally, women with these tumors do not suffer any symptoms, it is usually detected when the relevant medical examinations are performed. In cases where symptoms occur, they usually are: heavy menstrual bleeding and more durable than usual, bleeding between periods, pelvic cramps, heaviness in the lower pelvic area and legs ... The treatment or surgery Fibroids can range from oral contraceptives to help control heavy periods, to NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen for cramps or pain. In severe cases, treatment requires removal of fibroids.