What happens to my fibroids after treatment? Are they going to disappear?

The beauty of embolization is that it starts working right away. Once the blood supply to the fibroids has been interrupted, they start going through an inflammatory process called ischemia. Eventually, the nutrient depletion from cessation of blood flow will cause a gradual dissolution process called necrosis. Following that, the body’s immune system will take over the gradual elimination of the no longer viable fibroid tissue. The process overall will take few months. You will see a reduction of up to 60% in volume within just the first 3-5 months.