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Is it normal to have a flap of tissue hanging out of your cervix opening? Polyp pics look more like bumps, this is more like a 'tenticle'
Well, no...: To begin, it's not possible to see one's own cervix unless perhaps a photograph has been provided to you from an exam. It's understandable to confuse the cervix with the vaginal opening or labia minora. Regardless, most growths on a cervix should be removed and examined once identified. So the short answer is no, this should be examined by a doctor who can perform colposcopy/biopsy if needed. ...Read more
Cervical polyp: The vast majority are benign and can be easily removed by your GYN. They will often bleed and its best to have them removed. Talk with your doctor. ...Read more
Why?: It would not be a hard or risky thing to do. But why is it being done? The main risk is bleeding. During pregnancy, blood flow to the uterus and any polyps will be increased. Often a polyp will fall off after or during the pregnancy. Unless there is a concern with cancer or bleeding from the polyp, we would usually just sit tight. ...Read more
Diagnosed with a polyp on cervix which has been bleeding for a month solid. I have to wait 2 months to be removed. Can symptoms escalate?
15 weeks preggo, 38, have polyps on cervix, spotting blood, cervix hurt yesterday. What's best test to check out if all ok? Usound 2 check cervix/baby?
Why would polyps on cervix cause spotting during pregnancy if untouched by intercourse or anything else?
Very friable: Emdocervical polyps bleed easily in pregnancy simply from the engorgement (swelling) that occurs with pregnancy. The polyp wall is thin, erodes easily, and can bleed spontaneously especially if extruding from the cervix. Better to deal with it after delivery unless it causes problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The last 3 times i had sex this month, I have had bleeding straight after. I have a lump on my cervix. Could it be polyp? Iam trying for a baby and I am worried.
See ob/gyn: You should see your gynecologist and have your doctor check the lump on cervix- to rule out cervical/uterine cancer. Obviously it could be a polyp too, but, you don't want to assume-rather you should have it biopsied and taken care off- especially that is likely that it is causing the post-coital bleeding and that you are now trying to conceive- absolutely you should go to see md and go from there. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Y would my friend need an MRI scan for lumps shaped like 'w' on her cervix that are not polyps or cysts and cannot be twisted off? Doc was stumped...
12wks pg, hav polyp on cervix dat bleeds on&off, yellow mucous wit traces of blood the size of my thumb nail, no pain, am i having a m/c? Help
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