The procedure in which uterine polyps is removed that specific procedure is called Hysteroscopic Polypectomy. Uterine polyps are a non-cancerous cells which are overgrown in the inner wall or lining of the uterus. Polyps and fibroids can grow inside the womb lining, inside the womb muscle or on the outside of the womb. After determining the location and number of the fibroids further surgery may be required. Polyps are usually eliminated at the same time as the hysteroscopy.
The most common symptom of uterine polyps is irregular or unsure menstrual periods. Maximum women have periods that last four to seven days. A woman's period usually occurs every 28 days, but normal menstrual cycles can be between 21 days to 35 days. Approximately half of women with uterine polyps have dubious periods.
Other symptoms include elongated or excessive menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia), bleeding between periods, and bleeding after menopause or sexual intercourse. Uterine polyps are the result of abnormal bleeding in about 25% of these cases.
It is the only way to diagnose certain medical conditions.
It is not a time-consuming procedure.
It does not involve any cuts or stitches in the abdomen.
The symptoms of uterine polyps include the following:
Bleeding or spotting between periods
Irregular menstrual periods
Vaginal spotting or bleeding after menopause
Unusually heavy flow during menstrual periods