4. Low Back Pain.
While this may not seem like a big deal at the time, a low back problem or even abdominal pain could indicate fibroids. The thing is, low back pain and abdominal pain are two symptoms that are lifestyle heavy, which could trick a woman into thinking the pain is due to being physically active. However, it is important to monitor low back and abdominal pain because many women report pain in these areas with fibroids. Fibroids that develop largely and in the uterus can grow large enough to similar muscular pain in the back and abdomen, which is why if the pain persists longer than normal muscular pain, you should have your doctor check out your symptoms.