Uterine polyps or uterine polyps are growths attached to the inner wall of the uterus and protruding into the uterine cavity. Growth of cells in the lining of the uterus (endometrium) that can lead to excessive formation of uterine polyps. Polipnya size varies, from a few millimeters or no bigger than a sesame seed to the size of a golf ball a few inches or larger. A woman can have one or more polyps of the uterus. These polyps are usually contained within your uterus, but sometimes these polyps can be well into your vagina through the opening of the uterus. Although uterine polyps can occur in young women, uterine polyps most commonly occur in women aged 40′s and 50′s.
Although the exact cause of uterine polyps is unknown, hormonal factors appear to play an important role. Polyps of the uterus itself is sensitive to the hormone estrogen, which means that the way it responded to estrogen polyps with your uterine lining response to the hormone.
1. Irregular menstrual bleeding, for example, often have a long menstrual period
2 but not unexpected. Menstrual bleeding before period
3. Prolonged menstrual period
4. Vaginal bleeding after menopause
5. Infertility, cervical polyps can occur before or after menopause. However, polyps that appear before the menopause symptoms are usually only bring light bleeding or spotting.
1. Polyps are small and without symptoms can disappear on its own
2. The use of certain drugs such as progestins and gonadotropin releasing hormone agonist therapy (GnRH agonist)
5. Hysterectomy, or surgical removal of uterine polyps Although her ??uterus had been removed, but these polyps can recur so that every woman that experienced it could have been undergoing treatment more than once.
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