– Menstrual pain (cramps)
– Vaginal bleeding at times other than menstrual
– Anemia (from blood loss)
– Difficulty urinating or frequent urination – Constipation, rectal pain or diffcult bowel movements – Abdominal cramps
- Enlarged uterus and abdomen
Fibriod also may cause no symptoms at all. Fibroids may be found during routine pelvic exam or during tests for other problems.