Fibroids affect approximately three out of four American women. Many women dismiss symptoms of fibroids (also known as myomas) including, heavy monthly periods, pain or pressure between the hip bones or back of the legs, a frequent need to urinate, constipation and bloating and an enlarged abdomen. Fibroid related symptoms cause women to lose an estimated 2-4 million days of productivity a year. African-American women, and those of any race with a family history, are more likely to develop fibroids than other women. It’s estimated that between 50% and 80% of African-American women will develop fibroids. Fibroids are the #1 reason for hysterectomy in this country— up to 75% of hysterectomies done are for this non-cancerous condition that can be treated without surgery!
Monday, February 27, 2012
You still have time to join us on March 3rd at 10am at Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church for a free health seminar, presented by UFE & Fibroid Expert, Dr. John Lipman, medical director of the Center for Image Guided Medicine at Emory-Adventist Hospital in Smyrna. To RSVP, call 678-861-7787. A hot breakfast will be served.
Freedom from Fibroids Seminar at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church
Freedom from Fibroids Seminar at Mount Nebo Baptist Church
A Freedom from Fibroid Seminar will be held on March 24 at 10am at The Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church, 4650 Flat Shoals Parkway in Decatur. Call 678-861-7787 to RSVP.
If you'd like to hold a free seminar at your church, contact Marjorie Coley at firstname.lastname@example.org