Fibroids may reduce your chances of becoming pregnant if:
During pregnancy, the fibroid may grow and cause discomfort, a feeling of pressure, bleeding or severe pain that sometimes require hospitalization. They can also provoke miscarriages. In fact, fibroids are found in 5-10% of recurrent miscarriages, so here the recommendation is always for them to be removed..
If fibroids are present during the pregnancy, this can also increase the risk of caesarean section or premature delivery, in the event that the baby’s position changes at birth.