Speaking of gynecological diseases such as cervical polyps, many people may not have heard of it.
After all, cervical cancer is like thunder.
But don't ignore it, because it is one of the culprits that causes bleeding after women's intercourse.
What kind of disease is cervical polyps?
As the name suggests, flesh-like abnormal tissues have grown in the cervix.
Most of the cervical polyps are found during a gynecological examination. Some people have symptoms of contact bleeding or irregular bleeding after sex, but more people have no symptoms.
Some people may ask: Why do polyps grow on the cervix? Is it caused by unclean sex?
In fact, the cause of cervical polyps is unknown.
At present, it is considered to be related to local high estrogen, and some are related to the stimulation of chronic inflammation. Due to the long-term stimulation of chronic inflammation, the cervical canal hyperplasia protrudes outside the cervical canal to form polyps. Generally under 1 cm in size, tongue shaped, soft and brittle, easy to bleed. Therefore, cervical polyps and cervical hypertrophy, as well as cervical cysts are also medically classified as a manifestation of chronic cervicitis.
What should I do if I find polyps?
After the discovery of cervical polyps, does it all require immediate surgery?
In fact, the specific treatment depends on the size and type of polyps: if it is a small polyp and there are no other symptoms, the patient can check it regularly. Fine pedicles and small polyps can be removed directly in the clinic. If the large base of the polyp cannot be removed or the risk of bleeding is too high, surgery is needed. This is a very small operation that can be completed very quickly. Apart from a small amount of bleeding after surgery, most people have no special symptoms. Individuals may have dripping bleeding.
But in any case, the removed polyps need to be routinely sent for examination (with a 1% chance of malignancy) to clarify what the tissue is and to exclude the possibility of malignancy. If nothing special, you don't need to do anything.
How long can I have the same room after polyp removal?
Many people may ask, "How long will it take to get in the same room after removing polyps?"
Generally, doctors will recommend that patients with polyps be removed 3 to 7 days after menstruation is clean, and then avoid sexual life for half a month. If there are no special circumstances, you can have sex after another menstruation.
In addition, if women have acute inflammation of the genital tract, in order to avoid infection, it is best to deal with the acute inflammation of the genital tract before treating the problem of cervical polyps.
However, it should also be noted that after the treatment of cervical polyps, it is not a one-time operation and there is a possibility of recurrence. However, if it recurs, it can be treated again. Female friends don't need to worry about the disease.
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