What is needed is for you to see a physical medicine and rehabilitation MD.
This would give a structural diagnosis, which you do not have.
That would lead to the correct , objective, manual medicine program, which might involve physical therapy, electronic therapies, traction therapies, etc.
Fibroids can cause excess bleeding. Many shrink on their own, particularly after menopause.
There is nothing that has to be done bout them unless there is excess pain and bleeding.
Then there are a number of surgical procedures, or medical treatments.
See the treatments section on this mayo clinic write up.
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