The overgrowth of cells in the uterus lining causes uterine polyps (Also known as endometrial polyps). While most polyps aren't dangerous, some may develop into cancer or cause other problems, such as heavy or irregular menstrual flow. Polyps are also thought to play a role in infertility.
Please see a doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms:
- Inconsistent menstrual cycles
- During menstrual cycles, very heavy flow
- Bleeding or spotting in the intervals between periods
- After menopause, vaginal spotting or bleeding
ADVANTAGES & EFFICACY
- Regular menstrual periods
- Right amount of flow during menstrual periods
- No bleeding or spotting between periods
- No vaginal spotting or bleeding after menopause
- Decrease Infertility
Is removing endometrial polypectomy painful?
You may feel some minor pain or discomfort after the procedure. If you feel pain, you can warm the area to relieve the pain.
How long does it take to recover from a procedure?
It takes about 2 weeks to fully recover.
Can I resume my daily work after the procedure?
You do not feel any major pain, so you may resume your daily activities, except for exercising.