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Some treatments for uterine fibroids include removing them surgically, removing the whole uterus through a hysterectomy, cutting off their blood supply, or shrinking them temporarily through medication, says WebMD. Alter...

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As of 2015, there is no credible medical evidence that people can use herbs to treat uterine fibroids. Drugs such as ibuprofen, the application of heat and exercise may help to relieve fibroid pain, suggests WebMD.

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Nonsurgical treatments for uterine fibroids include watchful waiting and the use of birth control pills, Lupron, pain relievers, iron and an intrauterine device with levonorgestrel, according to WebMD. A minimally invasi...

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