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Leiomyomas are most common uterine and pelvic tumours. The most common anatomical location is uterus. Fibroids arising from cervix are rare tumours accounting for 2% of all fibroids. A cervical leiomyoma is commonly single and is either interstitial or subserous, rarely it becomes submucous and polypoidal. Here authors report a case of huge cervical fibroid in an unmarried lady who presented to us with complaint of heaviness in abdomen. On per abdomen examination a firm mass of 32 weeks sizedoi:10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20184994 fatcat:76gcnr6xmbfehghboewmwjvrzm