Hi, Rozar. I suffered for so long with fibroids, that I wanted to respond. You didn't mention your age, but just so you know, fibroids usually decrease and often disappear with menopause. I spent so long(about 2 years) exploring alternative treatments when a hysterectomy would have been the simplest solution, that I finally ended up hospitalized for severe anemia and needed blood transfusions. Only then did I realize how serious a problem fibroids can be. There is so much stuff written against hysterectomies to solve fibroids, and practically nothing written in favor of them, I feel I have to tell you my point of view. After trying everything from injections to Chinese medicine to herbs to relaxation exercises, and to exploring the numerous new treatments - endometrial ablation, etc. I finally just had a plain old hysterectomy. I did a lot of research on it, chose my dr. with care, and opted to only remove the uterus, leaving the ovaries intact (I continue to cycle but with no bleeding) and doing it "supracervically" (leaving the cervix). One year later, the scar (my fibroids had grown so large that the only way to remove them was to cut the abdomen) is barely visable. I feel fine, am relieved of the horrible bleeding and pain I once had, and my hormone levels have been tested to indicate that they are the same as a menstruating woman's. A hysterectomy can be a great solution for fibroids. For me, I only regret I didn't do it sooner. Good luck to you!