Fibroid Treatment

Your choice of fibroid treatment depends on the type and severity of your symptoms, as well as the size and location of your fibroids. Sydney Fibroid Clinic offers a number of treatments, including medical therapies, Mirena IUD, uterine fibroid embolisation, myomectomy and more.

It’s possible to have one or several fibroids, which can vary from a few mm to more than 20cm. Not all uterine fibroids need to be treated, but for those that do, there are many options available.

Medical Therapy for Fibroids

Tranexamic acid, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), birth control pills, or progesterone agents may be used

Mirena IUD for Fibroids

Mirena might reduce heavy bleeding but will not shrink fibroids. Mirena is an intrauterine device (IUD). It is a T-sh

Endometrial Ablation for Fibroids

Endometrial ablation does NOT shrink fibroids themselves. Ablation uses heat energy to surgically destroy the inner l

Uterine Fibroid Embolisation for Fibroids

Uterine fibroid embolisation (UFE) is also known as uterine artery embolisation (UAE). UFE is a safe, effective and m

Hysteroscopic Resection for Fibroids

Hysteroscopic resection ( a guided curette procedure ) removes fibroids with the aid of a camera through the vagina and

Myomectomy for Fibroids

A myomectomy is a surgical operation to remove one or a few fibroids. A myomectomy is offered to women who wish to retai

Do I Need Treatment?

Fibroids are benign tumours that require treatment only when symptoms are impacting your quality of life.


If you’re troubled by symptoms of uterine fibroids and simple measures have not been effective, UFE could be a viable treatment for you; especially if you wish to preserve your uterus, avoid major surgery and recover quickly.

If you and your GP are unsure about what to do next, or you would like a second opinion, book a consultation with Dr Liang.