Uterine fibroid also called as myomas or leiomyomas is a noncancerous tumor of a woman’s uterus (womb) that commonly forms during childbearing years of a woman's life. These tumors may grow singly or in clusters within the wall of the uterus or get attached to it. Uterine fibroids are the most general form of tumors in the uterus and can lead to excess bleeding during menstruation, pain in the pelvic region, and recurrent urination. Women are most vulnerable to uterine fibroids at the age of 40s and early 50s. In rare cases, it may lead to cancer known as uterine sarcoma.