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Nursing Diagnosis For Uterine Polyp
Endometrial polyps: endometrial polyps are friable ( which means they bleed very easy) If you see one sticking out the cervix and touch it with a swab they begin bleeding very quickly ...Read more
Yes: You can as long as there is no chance you are pregnant. So if you are not sexually active that is fine for the month. However, usually it is easier to see and do the procedure earlier in your cycle ...Read more
Low probability: In general polyps need to be surgically removed be don't usually resolve by having a period. ...Read more
It : It depends on your symptoms and your biopsy results. If you have had a negative biopsy, then it depends on your symptoms, such as if you are having heavy bleeding or pain. Please discuss these issues with your gynecologist who diagnosed the polyp so that you can make an informed decision. ...Read more
2cm uterine polyp small enough to do office hysteroscopy ?? Previous one done for smaller one never felt
Consult with your MD: Every doctor has a different comfort level with what they're willing to try in the office. a Larger polyp will take more time to remove hysteroscopically and if you're willing to go through the discomfort of a procedure for a while then that would be helpful to let your doctor know. ...Read more
Just was told i have a uterine polyp about 7.2cm. What is the treatment, is it considered small or large and should I be concerned?
Symptomatic?: 7.2 cm is a fairly large polyp, the non pregnant uterus is about 7.6 cm. I assume that you had symptoms that led to finding the polyp. If you can live with the symptoms then you can live with the polyp. If the symptoms are not bearable or get worse then you should have it surgically removed. ...Read more
My uterine polyp surgically removed last july.until now istill have mense started wk ago.and large blood came out.the flow isnt heavy.Is this normal?
Well perhaps: You could just be having a heavy period but you should get checked out. Make sure nothing else going on. Get checked ...Read more
Endometrium is enlarged an mildy heterogeneous, prior to this endometrium was normal in size and contour. Can my uterine polyp cause abnormal findings?
Endometrial polyps: A uterine polyp is an overgrowth of the tissue that lines the uterus, the endometrium. The polyps vary in size and may cause irregular vaginal bleeding or heavy menstrual bleeding or occasionally bleeding associated with intercourse. They may also exist without symptoms as an incidental finding on a sonogram. ...Read more
Few days: It should decrease daily by the end of the week it should stop. ...Read more
Had a 2cm uterine polyp removed 5 mths ago w/ d&c. Biopsy benign now have another 2 cm polyp is that way too fast growing ?
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Is there medication I could take to possibly shrink a uterine polyp? What do women usually take to shrink polyps if they don't use surgery?
2cm uterine polyp removed 5 mths ago w/d&c hysteroscopy all benign now have another 2 cm one is this 2 fast growth ? Likely benign since was mths ago
1-3 weeks: Bleeding will likely resolve well before 3 weeks. ...Read more
Lysteda: Lysteda may stop the bleeding, but you should plan to have the polyp removed. A polyp removed from the uterine lining can be done thought the cervix, with no incisions. It is called a hysteroscopic polypectomy. ...Read more