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Fibroid Awareness Tool Kit

July 11,2023

July is Fibroid Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness about this common condition.

Did you know 80% of women will develop uterine fibroids by age 50? Fibroids are non-cancerous growths that can develop in the uterus. They can cause various symptoms, including heavy bleeding, pain, and pressure.

Please join Fibroid Fighters to educate women about fibroids, their symptoms and treatment options. We’ve put a Fibroid Awareness Kit to make it easy as 1 – 2 -3.

Download Fibroid Awareness Tool Kit Here 

Fibroid Awareness Month Tool Kit Download

How to use this tool kit:

  • Download this Fibroid Awareness Tool kit to use digitally on social media pages, blogs, or websites. 
  • Print and post in your community, i.e., church, library, and social centers.  
  • Ask your health provider to post. 
  • Keep it as a handy reference. 

Shareable Social Media Posts 

Share one of two Social Media Posts anytime July 1 - 31st on your social media posts.  

Social Media Post #1: Screenshot and post on Facebook, Instagram, or other social media platforms

Social Media Post # 1: Screenshot and Post on Social Media.

Step One

Share one of two Social Media Posts anytime July 1 - 31st on your social media posts. 

Step Two

Tag us: #FibroidAwarenessMonth #FibroidFighters.

Step Three:

Use our suggested copy or create your own.

Suggested copy: Join Fibroid Fighters during Fibroid Awareness Month to spread the word about uterine fibroid disease. An estimated 80 percent of all women will develop this condition by age 50. Learn more at and sign up for the newsletter #FibroidAwarenessMonth #FibroidFighters. 

Social Media Post #2: Screenshot and Post on Facebook, Instagram, or other social media platform.

Social Media Post # 2: Screen Shot and Post on Social Media.

Suggested Copy: Join me in sharing essential women’s health facts during Fibroid Awareness Month. Fibroids are benign tumors that affect 26 million American women and are the leading cause of hysterectomies, even though non-surgical options exist. Learn more at and signup for the newsletter. #FibroidAwarenessMonth #FibroidFighters.

You can make a difference.

There are many ways that you can help Fibroid Fighters make a difference:

  • Volunteer your time: Help us with our outreach efforts. You can help with social media campaigns, event planning and promotion, or even just providing support to other women affected by fibroids.
  • Donate moneyYour donation can help support our work to raise awareness about fibroids and provide resources to women affected by the condition.
  • Share Your Story: Talk about fibroids with your friends, family, and social media followers. The more people who know about fibroids, the more likely they will seek help if affected.
  • Get involved in advocacy: You can advocate for better research and treatment options for women with fibroids by contacting your elected officials and letting them know that this is an important issue to you.

Sign up for our newsletter and join Fibroid Fighters to promote fibroid awareness. You can help make a difference in the lives of women affected by this common condition.

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