cervical polyps


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cervical polyps

Benign tumors (usually harmless tissue growths) in the cervix.
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A study of cervical polyps. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1940;39:45-50.
This resulted in not addressing and analyzing the numerous other reasons that we carry out bimanual exams; for example, detection of myomas, urinary incontinence, pelvic floor support or lack thereof, cervical polyps, vaginal wall growths, and adnexal pain and masses with the potential of indicating pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, and ovarian cysts.
Postcoital bleeding mainly comes from surface lesions of the genital tract to include cervical polyps, cervicitis, ectropion, cervical intra-epithelial lesion (CIN), or carcinoma [7].
A total of 394 consecutive Caucasian women underwent hysteroscopy to assess abnormal uterine bleeding, infertility, cervical polyps, or abnormal sonographic patterns (e.g., postmenopausal endometrial thickness >5 mm, endometrial hyperechogenic spots).
Johnson, the technique can identify cervical polyps, fistulas, congenital vaginal septa, vaginal cysts, vaginal ulcers, and other conditions that other-wise could go undetected.
CHECK IT OUT Bleeding after sex may be caused by cervical polyps, an infection called chlamydia or cervical erosion.
Ellen DeGeneres had a brief health scare in March when she had to undergo surgery to remove cervical polyps, but she's doing fine now.
I'm sure it's nothing serious - cervical polyps can cause abnormal vaginal bleeding after intercourse, and so can an infection called chlamydia.
Cervical polyps are benign (non-cancerous) growths of the lining of the cervix and are rarely anything to worry about.
Previous reports indicate that giant cervical polyps originate more often from the ectocervix and rarely from the endocervix in contrast to the commonly seen cervical polyps.