Miyomas are benign tumors that develop in the uterine wall. They can cause symptoms and sometimes require treatment.

The treatment for miomas can vary depending on the patient’s age, symptoms, size, and number of miomas.

Treatment options may include:

1. Watchful Waiting: Small miomas often do not cause symptoms and are simply monitored regularly.

2. Medication: Medications such as pain relievers, anti-inflammatories, and hormonal drugs can be used to alleviate mioma symptoms.

3. Uterine Artery Embolization: In this method, the blood flow to the mioma is cut off, and the mioma shrinks.

4. Radiofrequency Ablation: In this procedure, radiofrequency energy is used to shrink or completely destroy the mioma.

5. Myomectomy: This surgery aims to remove the miomas while preserving the uterus.

6. Hysterectomy: In this operation, the uterus is completely removed. This option may be considered when miomas are large or when other treatments are not effective.

The choice of treatment depends on the patient’s age, overall health condition, symptoms, and the size of the miomas.