Many women are following this fibroid treatment option so I decided to set up a separate thread for discussion. From the MayoClinic.com Uterine Fibroids Decision Guide:
Your doctor will look for signs of rapid fibroid growth or interference with nearby structures such as your bladder or intestines.
Report to your doctor any new signs and symptoms that could signal problems, including heavy menstrual bleeding, back or pelvic pain, urinary frequency or constipation.
Here’s an excerpt of a comment from a visitor using this treatment plan:
Pam: Thanks for the info on Cyklopropan. I don’t see any red flags about it. I haven’t had a period since Nov. 19—am so excited. Hey, if I only get one a few times a year and the prescription works, I’ll be very happy to continue my watchful waiting!
If you are watching and waiting or have questions about this option, please leave a comment.