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The benign tumours known as uterine fibroids (UF), commonly referred to as myomas, develop from the uterus' smooth muscle cells. Age, race, parity, obesity, vitamin D deficiency, and hypertension that are associated. The major goal of the current study is to identify risk factors associated with uterine fibroid among women in Mosul City. the a non-experimental, descriptive cross – sectional study design to accomplish the objectives of the study for the period extended from 16 December, 2022 to the 20March, 2023 at four hospitals in Mosul city. The P-value for Menarche Age Group was 0.012, Family History of UF was 0.049, Subfertility type was 0.035, and for PCOS was 0.011. The study concluded there are association between uterine fibroids and menarche age, family history, subfertility type, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. The study suggests routine ultrasound scanning in women of reproductive age in order to diagnose them quickly and avoid the related complications.


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Mustafa, S. G., & Alsanjary, A. A. (2023). Association between the Risk Factors and Uterine Fibroids in Reproductive Age Group in Mosul City. Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 4(5), 67-71. Retrieved from


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