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Cervix polyp

(14 Posts)
user1487001665 Mon 13-Feb-17 16:06:39

Had a baby 13 wks ago had a ultrasound cause of bleeding they see a cervix polyp 1.5cm I dnt no much about them but I'm so scared as anyone had these or do have them

Alyosha Tue 14-Feb-17 11:56:17

Hi! Try not to worry. I had one of these, it caused some worrying symptoms.

However all was fine, they removed it & sent it away to be biopsied. Came back clear and (cross fingers) no further problems. Removal wasn't painful at all.

Likelihood is it will be the same for you.

Is it a cervical or uterine polyp?

user1487001665 Tue 14-Feb-17 14:11:22

Cervix polyp was yours

Alyosha Tue 14-Feb-17 15:24:06

Yup, was a cervical polyp. Everything was fine, I hope it also turns out well for you.

savagehk Tue 14-Feb-17 15:25:21

I had one, no symptoms (found at smear), removed without any sort of hassle/pain by a gynae (like having a smear), all clear.

user1487001665 Tue 14-Feb-17 15:39:32

Thank you lady's I didn't no they was common

user1487001665 Tue 14-Feb-17 15:40:31

Savage did it cause ur smear to be abnormal

savagehk Tue 14-Feb-17 15:46:38

No, the smear came back fine, but the nurse referred me to the gynae to have it looked at.

user1487001665 Tue 14-Feb-17 16:00:29

That's great thank you hun I was so worried x

BusterTheBulldog Tue 14-Feb-17 16:14:08

Did you all do something about yours? I had one spotted at last smear (smear came back fine) but they said I didn't need to do anything unless I wanted to?

savagehk Tue 14-Feb-17 16:19:29

Might depend on size and position? They recommended I remove mine so I did - perhaps it was where it might be irritated/damaged easily so removal recommended.

user1487001665 Tue 14-Feb-17 16:23:24

Buster they saying I dnt need mine removering but it might come away when I go bak to get a coil fitted

Inneedofaholiday2017 Wed 15-Feb-17 08:04:42

I had one during pregnancy. They did nothing and left it - prob it's come away on its own. They are usually nothing to worry about.

needanothercat Wed 15-Feb-17 08:11:00

I had a cervical polyp and also had it removed as it was causing me to be a bit uncomfortable and it was absolutely fine. Tests all came back ok and smears normal. Hope you're feeling a bit better about this now! flowers

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