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Can you get pregnant with a uterine polyp?

Can you get pregnant with a uterine polyp?

Do Endometrial Polyps Affect Fertility? Endometrial polyps have been found to be associated with infertility. There is at least one good study that revealed that removal of the polyp increases the chances of conceiving. The study found that when a polyp was removed, the pregnancy rate was 63%.

How endometrial polyp affect pregnancy?

Endometrial polyps have been associated with decreased pregnancy rates and increased miscarriage rates. They are thought to interfere with sperm transport as well as embryo implantation. Basic science studies have demonstrated chronic inflammation in the endometrial tissue that surrounds endometrial polyps.

Can endometrial polyps cause miscarriage?

However, large polyps – or multiple polyps – can interfere with reproduction by causing infertility, or by increasing risks for miscarriage.

Is polyps safe during pregnancy?

The presence of cervical polyps and/or polypectomy during pregnancy may have markedly increased the risk of spontaneous miscarriage or PTB. It may be preferable not to perform polypectomy on pregnant patients with cervical polyp, particularly with decidual polyps, except for suspected malignancy [14].

What is the recovery time for uterine polyp removal?

Many patients worry about uterine polyp removal recovery time, but recovery is quick; after a single polypectomy, patients can return to work the next day and expect a full recovery within two weeks. In summary, polyps are pesky. They are important to get rid of, but nothing the team at Audubon Fertility can’t handle.

What are the symptoms of an endometrial polyp?

Symptoms of endometrial polyp. The most of the women do not have the prominent symptoms, if the polyp size is tiny. In case of intermediate to larger size of the polyp, following are the usual symptoms: Heavy flow of bleeding during periods date. Flow of blood is not even in each menstrual cycle.

How do you remove a polyp from the uterus?

Benign uterine polyps can also be removed through a hysteroscope. This device is inserted into the uterus, again after dilating the cervix, and allows the doctor to see into the uterus in order to remove polyps. Specialized tools to cut off the polyps can be inserted into the uterus through the hysteroscope.

What happens after uterine polyp removal?

After Surgery Most patients can go home the same day. You may have increased cramping and vaginal bleeding for a day or two after the procedure. You may experience gas pains for about a day or so due to gas administered during the procedure. This surgery has a quick recovery with most patients feeling much better within the first few days.