TOP Doctors for Cervical Polyps

No, polyps in the uterus are not automatically bad news. Women of all ages but especially menopausal women are affected by uterine polyps. These are usually benign growths in the uterus, which are either removed by the menstrual bleeding alone or removed as part of a minor surgical procedure. Negative consequences for a woman's fertility do not exist in most cases.

Uterine polyps are usually benign mucosal growths that occur in the uterus (either in the cervix or body), more rarely in the vagina. The two female sex hormones progestogen and estrogen play a crucial role in the overly dividing mucosal cells. A polyp in the uterus can occur in women of all ages, but typically at the age of 45 to 60 years. Polyps in the uterus often form after menopause. These changes in the mucous membranes can be attributed, among other things, to a weakened immune system, false intimate hygiene and psychological stress. In addition, a polyp may form on the uterus as a result of infection with human papillomaviruses.

It may well be that your gynecologist only accidentally discovers the lens-sized polyps in an ultrasound scan. Often the mucosal growths are only a few millimeters in size. The shapes of the uterine polyps range from petiolate to limp to compact. Sometimes they contain glandular tissue or cysts. The odds of having only one polyp in the uterus is about 80 percent.

The therapy of uterine polyps strongly depends on where the mucosal growths are located. For example, with a small polyp formed on the surface of the cervix, removal under local anesthesia is sufficient. For larger growths, which are deeper, or if the patient is afraid of surgery, an outpatient procedure takes place. As part of a hysteroscopy under general anesthesia, the doctor with a light wand examines the interior of the uterus and removes the polyps in the uterus. Polyp uterine scraping is a routine operation that is completed in ten to fifteen minutes. Unlike a small procedure under local anesthesia, hysteroscopy is performed in a hospital or special operations center.

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Cervical polyps are small growths that form from either the outside of the cervix (the neck of the womb) or inside the cervical canal (the passageway between the vagina and the womb). 2019-10-10 Cervical Polyps
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