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How long do you bleed after having a polyp removed from cervix?

How long do you bleed after having a polyp removed from cervix?

You will have some discharge/bleeding which can continue for 2-4 weeks. You should not use Tampons while you are bleeding or passing discharge.

How do they remove cervical polyp?

Polypectomy is an outpatient procedure typically performed in a doctor’s office or outpatient clinic. A speculum is inserted into the vagina to expose the cervix. For polyps with a “stalk,” they can usually be removed by using forceps to grasp and gently twist the polyp until it is released from the cervix.

Why is it necessary to remove a polyp in the cervical?

Polyps are generally removed to stop bothersome symptoms and to prevent future bleeding and irritation (see symptoms of cervical polyps). Although the vast majority of polyps are noncancerous (benign), they should be removed and biopsied for signs of cancer. Some rare cervical cancers first appear as polyp tumors.

How long does vaginal discharge from cervical polyps last?

You may also have a vaginal discharge which can be brown or clear and lasts for 2 or 3 weeks as the cervix heals. You will need to wear a panty liner and avoid intercourse and tampons for 4 weeks. Cervical polyps tend not to grow back in the same site.

What are the symptoms of cervical polyps after sex?

Why Are Cervical Polyps Treated? Although cervical polypsdo not cause symptoms in most cases, some women can experience light bleeding or spotting, particularly after sexual intercourse, douchingor using a tampon.

Can a polyp be removed with no symptoms?

The first GP categoriacally said removal of polyps with no symptoms was simple what they did, nothing more than that, this second doctor has made me worry somehow. So confused and worrying. Please don’t worry at all – I have had these twice.

What is the recovery time for cervical polyp removal?

Most women feel better within the first week following surgery; however, do not lift, push or pull any heavy objects for a couple of weeks. Do not resume sexual intercourse or douche until your doctor says it is OK. Full recovery takes about two weeks to allow for internal healing.

What are symptoms of enlarged cervix?

Some of the comorbid or associated medical symptoms for Cervix swelling may include these symptoms: Abnormal uterine bleeding. Cervix bleeding. Cervix blister. Cervix bruise. Cervix burning sensation. Cervix deformity.

Why do cervical polyps bleed?

Other reasons for the bleeding could be infected glands on the cervix or bleeding in the polyp being caused by the women being pregnant. When polyps are removed, the bleeding is monitored to determine if the amount of blood lessens after the removal.

What is cervical thickening?

A radiological note of abnormally thick walls of the cervix is simply a different way to state cervical dysplasia or cervical hyperplasia. When we see a thickening of the uterine or cervical wall, it can in some instances be an early indication of changes in cell structure that lead to cancerous formation, but just as often can represent mere