Uterine myoma is a benign neoplasm composed of uterine smooth muscle and connective tissue that supports it and is often referred to as fibromyoma, leiomyoma, fibroids. Can be single or multiple and reach large sizes (100 pounds). It has a tough consistency, with a clear cap boundary so that it can be removed from the surroundings. Uterine myoma, also known as leiomyoma or fibroid is a benign tumor that is often found in women of reproductive age (20-25%). At age> 35 years the incidence is higher, that is, closer to 40%. The high incidence of uterine myomas between the ages of 35 and the ages of 50 indicates a relationship between the incidence of uterine myomas and estrogen.