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Well, had my u/s on Wednesday and the fibroid is very tiny so I don't know what it is (the tech said sometimes they get so big in a pregnancy that they finally choke off their own blood supply and then calcify - which is what it looks like mine did).
The baby was flipping and flopping all over the place, but I still can't feel a thing! So, maybe she had her head or her butt up there and that was why I was lopsided. I noticed it again this morning, but on Wednesday morning and Thursday morning I didn't.
In any case it is not something I am worried about anymore! Baby looked great, my placenta is nowhere near the os (I had a slow to move placenta with my last pregnancy) and it's a SHE!
Happay - in my case a fibroid was not a bad thing. It was never noticable with before my first pregnancy and has never been noticable after pregancy. For some women, fibroids can cause very heavy menstrual cycles or fertility issues and need to be removed surgically. There was also some thought with my last pregnancy that the fibroid could be in the way of letting my placenta move up!