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A myomectomy is a major surgery that is performed for women who have uterine fibroids and who want to be able to have children or reduce fibroid symptoms. Removing these abnormal muscle growths from the uterus can help improve symptoms and fertility. No surgical procedure is ever completely free of risks; potential complications that may occur with a myomectomy include reactions to medication or anesthesia, infection, blood clots, and nerve injury.
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