Endometrial Polyp


An Endometrial Polyp is a growth in your uterus. It attaches to the inner wall and can extend into your uterine cavity, ranging from a couple of millimetres to a few centimetres. They are usually benign, and can occur in women of all ages.

Treating Endometrial Polyp


Learn more about the treatment options for Endometrial Polyp.


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Symptoms

Polyps often present with intermenstrual bleeding (bleeding between the periods) or even bleeding after intercourse. Sometimes they can be found incidentally on an ultrasound being done for a different reason. In older women they can present as post-menopausal bleeding.

An abnormal bleeding in a menstrual cycle should be investigated as you could have a polyp that needs to be removed.

Endometrial Polyp

Although mostly benign, polyps can cause problems with infertility and a small percentage of them can be cancerous – so they should be taken seriously.

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