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Signs Of Polyps In Uterus
Is 2 months an unhealthy length of time to wait for gyno consult - when diagnosed with uterus polyp ?
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Low - Less than 10%: The prevalence rate of endometrial polyps ranges from 10% to 40% in women with abnormal uterine bleeding, and polyps are found in up to 12% of asymptomatic women in routine examinations. Generally, the prevalence rate of malignancy associated with endometrial polyps ranges from 0.8% to 8%. Women with endometrial polyps and postmenopausal bleeding had a higher prevalence of endometrial malignancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually: It is possible to just watch endometrial polyps, since only about 1 out of 1000 are cancer. On the other hand, removal of the polyps will give you a better menstrual cycle and since you have hypothyroidism, which can cause you to miss periods, if your doctor recommends having a dilation and curettage, it would be the prudent thing to do. ...Read more
Benign: Polyps are usually benign growths in your uterus, Rarely they can be precancerous. They require a blood supply to survive and grow, When that blood supply is compromised, they necrose and calcify. If you have a calcified polyp in your uterus and it is not causing you symptoms, no intervention is needed. ...Read more
I recently had polyps removed from my uterus about 3-4 weeks ago . and Thursday I started clotting heaviedly
Evaluation: You need to go to your GYN doctor immediately for evaluation. Good luck ...Read more
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