Endometrial Polyp Treatment
The treatment for endometrial polyp is hysteroscopic polypectomy. An instrument called a hysteroscope enables vision of the inside of your uterus. This enables identification of the size and location of the polyp.
So what is an Endometrial Polyp? And what are the causes of Endometrial Polyp? Use the link below to learn more.
Learn more about Endometriosis, the causes, symptoms and diagnosing the disease.
Learn more about Uterine Septums, the causes, symptoms and diagnosing and how they could affect your fertility.
The hysteroscope enables identification of the polyp. This can either be removed with polypectomy forceps but also removed under vision using a cutting device (Myosure) or an electrode.
A sample of the endometrium is often taken as well during this procedure – this is called a ‘curette’.
Part of the hysteroscope then “shaves” the spot where the Polyp was attached, until it aligns with the surface of the uterine activity. We call this the resection or the ablation of the endometrium.
Hysteroscopic Polypectomy is a single-day hospital procedure and it generally takes 1 or 2 days to recover.
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