Living With Fibroids

Did you know the vast majority of American women will probably get uterine fibroids by age 50? But despite being common, there’s not a lot of talk about fibroids in the national conversation on women’s health.

Women trying to understand their fibroid diagnosis and treatment and management options often get incorrect information, which contributes to stigma about fibroids and can keep people who have them from reaching out for help.

That’s why we’re excited to have joined forces with
The White Dress Project to help women living with fibroids feel supported and empowered during their journey. As a nonprofit organization primarily made up of women who’ve traveled through fibroid journeys of their own, The White Dress Project is uniquely positioned to partner with us to educate, empower and support people who are managing life with fibroids.

Through our collective work, we’ve developed resources to illustrate life with fibroids, educate the community, encourage self-advocacy and strengthen the patient-healthcare provider relationship and interaction.

We invite you to explore our inspiring and educational content below.

The program is funded by Myovant Sciences and Pfizer.

Clinically Speaking: What to Ask Your Healthcare Provider If You Think You Have Uterine Fibroids

Clinically Speaking: What Are My Options Following a Uterine Fibroid Diagnosis?

Clinically Speaking: Talking to Patients About Uterine Fibroids

Video Story: All About Periods – Nkem Osian Fibroids Journey

The White Dress Project: Photovoice Storytelling Campaign