The singer known for the hit song “Love Song” and acclaimed Broadway composer Sara Bareilles recently hopped on Instagram to post selfies from her recent uterine fibroids surgery. According to her, she underwent what she terms minor surgery to remove a fibroid tumor. It doesn’t sound like she underwent a hysterectomy though although its possible.
According to her Instagram post;
So I have been healing from a minor surgery removing a fibroid on my uterus. (For those of you who don’t like over-sharers, you came to the wrong canteen! Two doors down…great daiquiris. 👍🏼)
Well, surgery sucks but helpers and families are amazing, nurses are angels, and doctors are wizards.
In the silence and solitude of the simple task of my body seeking it’s healed state, I have become vigilant about what I am intaking. Physically and metaphorically. Be careful about how much negativity and noise you heap on your plate. It comes in abundance, but there are other beautiful things at the buffet. The slow pace of my recovery has simplified my world in a way, and I am reminded to absolutely acknowledge the chaos of a very strange/surreal time in our country and on our beloved planet, but ALSO remember to come back into the room I’m actually sitting in. Celebrate what is good about that too. I will continue to mend and hopefully return with more patience and compassion and knowledge of Game of Thrones. Hope this finds you seeking some joy or handing some out to somebody else. We could all use a slice of that. 😘
Nothin’ but love, y’all. *please note I am eating a turkey sandwich on heavy painkillers in the lower right hand picture. Sassy and sedated! Ya welcome.
It definitely sounds like the surgery went well and Sara Bareilles was in good spirits after the procedure and suing this experience for introspection which is great though no surgery is ever really “minor” in my book.
Surgery is definitely an option for women dealing with uterine fibroids if they are producing symptoms and there are various kinds including the hysterectomy which is the second most popular surgical procedure performed in women each year (after the Cesarean section), with fibroids tumors being one of the most common reasons for a hysterectomy.
But unless you have a hysterectomy (which removes the uterus), other surgical procedures such as the myomectomy do not prevent the return of the fibroids because the uterus remains intact.
While surgery is definitely a treatment option for fibroids and many women besides Sara Bareilles definitely opt for surgery, it’s important to remember that this is not the only treatment option for fibroids.
Besides conventional treatment methods such as surgery and hormone treatments, there are also many effective natural methods which can not only eliminate fibroids but also help prevent the return of fibroids because unlike conventional treatment methods, these natural methods seek to get to the root cause of fibroids which is why surgery should always be a last resort after trying other methods.
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