If you're like most women with uterine fibroids, you have no or minimal symptoms. In your case, watchful waiting (expectant management) could be the best course. You should be evaluated periodically by your doctor.
The visit should include questions about:
Fibroids aren't cancerous and generally grow slowly and shrink after menopause when levels of reproductive hormones such as estrogen drop. Small and medium sized fibroids may not interfere with pregnancy.
This is the best treatment option for a large majority of women with uterine fibroids.