Can you get endometrial polyps while on the pill?

Less likely but ... Not impossible. The birth control pill helps keep your uterus lining from growing too thick. So it's less likely for you to get endometrial [uterus lining] polyps. If your periods are heavy or you're spotting between periods, please talk with your doctor.
Endometrial polyps. Although the endometrial lining is thinned out by the Progesterone component of the birth control pill, polyps can still form.

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Are there any progesterone based pills I can take to prevent forming more endometrial polyps? Currently on 5mg norethindrone but reviews are horrible

Many options. Endometrial polyps are not very common in someone your age. If you are looking at birth control options you could consider a combination birth control pill or another brand of Progesterone only pills. Even better you could consider a Progesterone IUD such as Kyleena, Skyla or Mirena. You could also consider the Nexplanon implant. Read more...
Sorry. Not really anything to prevent polyps that I know of. Progesterone can help control the bleeding that occurs with them , sometimes. Otherwise, surgical removal would be an alternative. If that is mot an option and your are finished having children, a hysterectomy is definitive. Good luck. . Read more...

When wil I get my next period? I had d&c done to remove endometrial polyp a week ago on 10th day of my period. Til wen shouldnt I have an intercourse

2 weeks. When you have a d/c we dilate your cervix. You shouldn't put anything in the vagina or go to a public pool until two weeks after this. Your cycle usually is not disturbed so you will most likely have a period 4 weeks from your last one (it may be light or heavy). If you don't want to get pregnant; use contraception/condoms. If you do; start a prenatal vitamin/folic acid! Read more...

My biopsy says endometrial polyp and disordered proliferative endometrium. The polyp was taken but no treatment given for dpe Can I get pregnant now?

Regular cycles. If the diagnosis of disordered proliferative endometrium was preceded by a uterine curettage, the disordered endometrium should have been removed providing an opportunity for an orderly cycle with the chance of pregnancy to commence. Read more...

What is endometrial polyp?

Growth in Uterus. Endometrial polyps are most often benign, growths inside a woman's uterus. They often don't cause any problems. If one was found because you were getting an ultrasound due to problems with vaginal bleeding then you might benefit from treatment. On the other hand, if one was found incidentally, and you are not having problems with your menstrual periods, they often don't need treatment. Read more...