Definitely get opinion
I had fibroids in all sorts of locations during my first IVF pregnancy (not surprising given that I had had a major myomectomy-removal of fibroids- five years before so I knew they could come back). My RE had seen them while we prepped for IVF and had noted location and size and was not concerned, so you definitely need your RE to ultimately tell you whether it is concern because it is all about location location location.My small fibroids, upon inundation of prengancy hormones from my positive IVF, went a bit nuts and to quote my RE, “my uterus looked like a blackberry with them”. One of them also grew quite large and they monitored it closely. Like one of the other posters noted, the main thing I found was that it just caused me pain later in pregnancy when my son kicked it or hit against it. You would probably have more ultrasounds if they saw any fibroids during the pregnancy that they wanted to watch, but many women do have them when pregnant. Most the time they flatten out and don’t cause issues.Just so you know, after I had my son, my “large” fibroid disappeared or shrunk down to minimal size, same with the other ones. When we tried for our Frozen Transfer 12 months later, no one even mentioned my fibroids except the technician who did my dreaded HSG to check for issues before we proceeded with the transfer (i.e. primarily fibroids and location/size within uterus). And apparently there were no big ones that were measured at my monthly ultrasounds (I had to because I was advanced maternal age and had high blood pressure with prior pregnancy), so my second pregnancy was much easier and while there were fibroids probably there, the doctors and specialists weren’t talking about them or monitoring them.But most important, your RE and ob/gyn really need to answer that question and you need to do the most in depth testing you can to ensure they have located and measured all potentially problematic fibroids. Good luck!