@shuaishuaiforxiuqin, Please check with a variety of gynecologists regarding fibroids. Interestingly, their advice depends on their personal stance on surgery. In response to question 2, there is the Myomectomy to remove the fibroids without removing the uterus. A friend said her fibroids returned, so this is not a guarantee for everyone. Some women have hysterectomies and their internal organs shift because the uterus is missing.
In response to question 3, here is my experience.
GYN #1: An Asian male was very obsessed with the Davinci surgery for hysterectomies. His eyes lit up as he described how the robot worked. He said it was a great piece of machinery and his plan was to become the leading expert. I told him I did not want surgery. He became upset and told me my life was at risk, the fibroids would damage my kidney and I would end up on dialysis if I did not schedule the surgery. His warning of dialysis terrified me and I left his office crying.
GYN #2: He was in disbelief when I told him what #1 said. He said #1 was wrong to try to bully a patient into surgery by instilling fear. He said I would not die or end up on dialysis, but I should consider surgery.
GYN #3: He was very honest. He said his practice was successful, so he did not need to perform surgeries for money or status. He did not see any reason for me to have surgery. He suggested complementary alternative medicines, depo-provera shots, or birth control pills to control excessive bleeding.