Uterine fibroid is a benign condition characterized by the growth of the connective tissues or muscles through the uterus wall. Fibroids may be in clusters or present as a single nodule. Adenomyosis is a condition that involves the growth of the tissues lining the uterus into the uterine muscular wall.
Studies have reported that over three-quarters of the women with adenomyosis have one or more other uterine disorders. Out of those, almost half of the women have uterine fibroids. The other disorders present along with adenomyosis include endometrial polyps and endometriosis.
The symptoms of the uterine fibroid are: