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If a cervical polyp was dislodged during sex would it cause a lot of bleeding, or just a little spotting?

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Dr. John Chiu
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: NMS

This is not my specialty and thus i had not bothered to answer it earlier. The answer is depending on the vascularity and the size of the polys.
If less vascular, the smaller the size, the less bleeding. You have discovered a new way for painless and low-cost polypectomy. :).

In brief: NMS

This is not my specialty and thus i had not bothered to answer it earlier. The answer is depending on the vascularity and the size of the polys.
If less vascular, the smaller the size, the less bleeding. You have discovered a new way for painless and low-cost polypectomy. :).
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