Leiomyomas are an rare primary cause of infertility and have been informed as a solitary cause in only a small percentage of infertile patients. Pregnancy loss or problems such as preterm labor, intrauterine growth constraint, and malpresentation can happen in women with leiomyomas, although most patients have uncomplicated pregnancies and deliveries.
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Last date updated on July, 2014