No as fibroid tumors only grow in uterine muscle they cannot grow back if the uterus has been removed. The correct answer is yes. They do not just grow on uterine muscles. They also have been found on ovaries, the intestinal outer fat wall, and bladder muscle. If there is a fibroid outside the uterus wall, and a piece of the tumor was not completely removed, it will continue to grow, tapping into a blood supply.
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Yes, they probably could. Most women have them in their later years, but since they are benign, they are not considered a pathology. So there is no reason to worry about getting them.
No after a hysterectomy you cannot grow a baby or give birth
Tumors that initially arise and grow within the brain are termed primary tumors
Possibility. Get it checked out WHO KNOWS
A hysterectomy is just the removal of the uterus. Total hysterectomy is removal of uterus and cervix. Both of these leave your ovaries in place and therefore it is still possible to have ovarian cysts. It all depends whether you have had a cystomectomy to remove the cyst or if you have had an oopherectomy then a cyst cannot grow on an ovary which isn't there.
tumors grow in the process of mitosis
A fIbroad becomes painful at the time of menstrual periods began. The swelling increases. It calms down after the cycle. If it's unbearable then you you should see your OB/GYNECOLOGIST for an ultrasound on belly and vaginal..vaginal are best dealing with fibrous tumors. The tumors do grow and die by themselves very often.
A cyst is usually a small benign sac filled with a fluid of some sort depending upon the type of cyst. Fibromas (or fibroid tumors or fibroids) are benign tumors that are composed of fibrous or connective tissue. They can grow in all organs, arising from mesenchyme tissue. Cysts usually hurt when they become irritated, but fibroids can hurt at any time because they are kind of like a connective scar tissue that pulls on the various things it is connected to. People with fibromyalgia can have fibroid or non-fibroid fibromyalgia. Both have pain whether there are fibroids present or not. Fibromyalgia is an auto-immune disorder that comes from being methionine and B-vitamin deficient. But one might have fibroids and NOT have fibromyalgia.
This not possible as hysterectomy is removal of the uterus where the foetus would normally grow.
By the very definition 'malignant', absolutely. Malignant tumors contain carcinoma - or cancer. If left unchecked, they grow bigger, metastasize, and new tumors will grow elsewhere.
Two types of tumors are benign and malignant tumors. Benign tumors are usually harmless and grow at a slow rate. However, they can grow larger and become problematic. Malignant tumors are the opposite, growing at a fast rate and causing serious health problems.
They tend to grow rapidly
No. No uterus = nowhere for baby to grow
Pituitary adenomas (adenomas are tumors that grow from gland tissues) and pituitary tumors in children and adolescencents (craniopharyngiomas) are the most common types of pituitary tumors.
No, it is not possible for a woman to get pregnant after having a hysterectomy. Without a uterus there is nowhere for the egg to implant or grow.
No. There is no uterus and therefore no where for the baby to grow.
They shouldn't on those parts that have been removed so it depends on what is taken by the surgeon. If the whole of the uterus is removed then you cannot get fibroids there.
Rhabdomyosarcomas are rare types of muscle tumors. They typically grow on the tissue of striated muscle. These tumors are usually malignant.
Tumors if they grow abnormally and in a clump. Tumors are either benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous).
Tumors grow in the process of mitosis