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Polyps are a benign neoplasm that originates from the lining of the uterus and cervix. Polyps are finger-shaped or mushroom-shaped, on a leg. In the uterus, they are often located in the area of the bottom or corners. Polyps of the cervix often protrude beyond its limits and can be detected at a routine examination by a gynecologist.

The most dangerous consequence of polyps is their degeneration into a malignant tumor (1.5% of cases).

 

Causes of endometrial polyps:


Polyps can occur at any age, but are more common in adulthood (35-40 years) and old age.

The main reasons for the development of polyps: 

  • Violation of the hormonal balance in the body of a woman.
  • Traumatization of the inner layer of the uterus (diagnostic scraping, abortions, long-term use of the intrauterine spiral).
  • Chronic inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs (inflammation of the uterus, appendages, sexually transmitted infections).


Symptoms of endometrial polyps: 


The main symptoms of uterine cervical polyps can be: 

  • Menstrual disorders (bleeding from the vagina between periods, during sex, or after sex).
  • Long and abundant monthly periods.
  • Cramping pains in the lower abdomen, as well as pain during sex.
  • Copious discharge from the genital tract (white), which can acquire an unpleasant smell and yellowish color.
  • Difficulties with conceiving a child (infertility).

The above symptoms occur in a small number of women with this disease. Most often, uterine and cervical polyps do not show any symptoms and are detected during a preventive gynecological examination or examination for some other disease.

In women during menopause, any bleeding from the vagina, regardless of their duration, amount (abundant or sparse) and frequency, is perceived as an alarming sign and a possible symptom of uterine cancer or hyperplasia.

Removal of endometrial polyps


Endometrial polyp hysteroscopy is considered the most effective way to treat the disease. Hysteroscopy of the endometrial polyp allows the removal of neoplasms and pathological endometrium. Using endometrial polyp hysteroscopy, the surgeon will be able to see polyps that were not noticed during the examinations.

Hysteroscopy of endometrial polyp is performed by using a special tool known as a hysteroscope. The hysteroscope has the form of a tube, at the end of which there is a light source and a micro-video camera. The video camera transmits the image to the monitor screen in the operating room, so the surgeon can see everything that is happening in real time. The hysteroscope also have surgical manipulators, which will be carried out the removal of an endometrial polyp.

Tashkent clinic Gatling-med, equipped with modern medical equipment and highly qualified gynecologists with significant experience, is ready to advise and conduct the necessary treatment at affordable prices and in the shortest possible time.