FiVe Fibroid Treatment

Five fibroid clinic specializes in non-invasive, same-day procedures that are a safe and convenient alternative to surgery.

*Recipients of federal aid are not eligible

We accept most major insurance providers.

Am I A Candidate for Fibroid Treatment?​

Complete our brief medical quiz to find out if you’re a candidate for our life-changing fibroid treatment and therapy at our fibroid clinic.

Have you been told that you have Fibroids? Need major surgery?

Take our quick 4 questions quiz to see if UFE is right for you.

Have you been told that you have Fibroids? Need major surgery?

Take our quick 4 questions quiz to see if UFE is right for you.

Have you been told that you have Fibroids? Need major surgery?

Take our quick 4 questions quiz to see if UFE is right for you.

Have you been told that you have Fibroids? Need major surgery?

Take our quick 4 questions quiz to see if UFE is right for you.

Have you been told that you have Fibroids? Need major surgery?

Take our quick 4 questions quiz to see if UFE is right for you.

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Question No: 1

Have you been told that you have fibroids?

Question No: 2

Do you limit the activities that you can do because of heavy bleeding or pain?

Question No: 3

Have you missed work due to pain, pressure or cramps in the lower belly?

Question No: 4

Have you taken medications to control your fibroid symptoms?

Please tell us a bit more about you and we shall email you the results of your quiz within a day!!

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What are Fibroids?

Fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) growths within the uterine muscle. Fibroids are also known as myomas or leiomyomas. Fibroids are extremely common and approximately 50% of women will have fibroids. Most fibroids are small and asymptomatic, but 40% of women with fibroids will present with some symptoms.

The cause of fibroids is not known. Fibroids are more common in women who do not have children and also common in Afro-Caribbean women. Fibroids are known to be estrogen-dependent. That’s why they grow in size during pregnancy and shrink after menopause.

Most women with fibroids may not even know of their presence. Approximately only 40% of fibroids will cause some symptoms. These symptoms depend on the location of fibroids, their size, changes within the fibroids, and pregnancy status.

How can I detect Uterine Fibroids?

Some women have fibroids but never realize it because they have no symptoms. Other women may notice one or more of the following signs:

  • Dull aching pain in the abdomen, back, or legs
  • Periods that are heavy and painful, sometimes so heavy that you develop iron-deficiency anemia
  • Constipation
  • The need to pass urine more frequently
  • Difficulties becoming sexually aroused or engaging in intercourse

Fibroids FAQs

Fibroids are almost always not cancerous – what is known as benign. Less than one in a thousand turn into cancer. When this happens it is called leiomyosarcoma.

Small to medium-sized fibroids without symptoms usually will not pose a risk to the pregnancy. Because of the increased level of hormones and blood flow to the uterus during pregnancy, fibroids can grow in size, which can begin to cause discomfort and feelings of pressure or pain.

Large fibroids can increase the risk of several types of childbirth, including cesarean section (c-section), breech presentation, placental abruption, and preterm delivery.

For most women, fibroids won’t cause infertility. In some cases, it can. About 10 percent of women who cannot bear children have fibroids.

Fibroids can interfere with conception by reducing the space inside the uterus or the uterus’s blood flow. They can also alter the uterine lining and sometimes obstruct the fallopian tubes.

Usually, fibroid treatment is successful at the dresses fibroids and the pain caused by them. However, more fibroids still have the risk of developing. These new fibroids can cause the same types of symptoms and can require additional care as well.

Fibroids are most often noticed during a routine pelvic exam by a doctor. Once one is suspected, it is confirmed and diagnosed with a scan. MRI’s and ultrasounds are the most common scans for this.

Five Clinics providers have experience and skill in the diagnosis and treatment of fibroids in central Ohio. Scans can be performed quickly and are accurately read by our team to determine whether you have fibroids.

Though research is ongoing in this area, diet is thought to be linked by many researchers to the development of fibroids. Red meat has been commonly linked to a higher risk for fibroids.

You may be familiar with radiofrequency ablation as it pertains to vein health, but it can also be used effectively in the treatment of fibroids. It is a minimally invasive approach using the power of heat. It can be conducted as an outpatient procedure. 

In radiofrequency ablation, heat is used on fibroid tissue to cause the death of the cells. Once cells die in this type of situation, they are naturally reabsorbed into the body.

Uterine fibroid embolization and uterine artery embolization are synonymous terms. This is a minimally invasive procedure for the treatment of uterine fibroids.  we use a flexible tube known as a catheter to inject anabolic agents into the uterine arteries, which are responsible for the supply of blood to the fibroids and the uterus. The goal of this procedure is to block the fibroid blood vessels. This will starve the fibroids, causing them to eventually shrink and die.

Treatment with FiVe

We will help give you the full picture about fibroids and commit to helping you with non-surgical, non-invasive, same-day treatment to get you on a path to wellness.


We offer treatment during outpatient appointments, so you are able to go home on the same day. Some of our treatment options take less than 15 minutes at the fibroid clinic and most take less than an hour.

Insurance Coverage

Our fibroid treatments are often covered by health insurance and may be covered by Medicare as well. We work with most major insurance providers and have dedicated insurance specialists to assist with determining our patients’ insurance coverage.

Low Risk

Our treatments are non-invasive and have relatively quick recovery times so you don’t have to take significant time off from work. There is minimal risk of postoperative infection, and our treatments produce little to no scarring.

Professional Care

We’ve handpicked a team of best in their field professionals, equipped them with industry-leading tools, and secured a strong network of specialist services. We will take care of your entire fibroid care plan so you do not have to live with the painful symptoms any longer.

What to expect

We’re specialists in office-based treatment delivery which means most of our patients are treated on a walk-in, walk-out basis with a safe and convenient alternative to surgery.

When taking your medical history, your doctor will ask you about the status of your current health. You can be expected to be asked questions about:

  • What medications you are currently taking
  • Surgical history
  • Your past experiences with fibroid treatment

Patients with fibroids are examined at the fibroid clinic and given an MRI scan of the pelvis. The results of scans and any other investigations are discussed in a dedicated fibroid multidisciplinary team meeting. Here, doctors, specialists, and nursing staff work together to create a tailored care plan for patients, looking holistically at each case.

Based on the images and type of fibroids, and your symptoms and preferences, your consultant will then recommend the most suitable path. Most treatments are delivered in the office setting and can be done in under an hour.

What our patients say

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"Five has a caring and friendly staff! From the beginning of the visit to following up, i recommend them to anyone needing vein and fibroid services. Great doctor and staff."

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"The whole staff was very professional, kind, and friendly to me - the doctor explained everything to me in detail before my treatment and helped to ease my nerves."

Linda Evans
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