Can An Endometrial Polyp Dissolve On Its Own?


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Endometrial polyps are growth which are attached to the inner walls of the uterus. These polyps are formed due to overgrowth of the cells of the endometrium. These polyps can cause irregular periods, bleeding in menopausal ladies, inter menstrual bleeding, and infertility. Small and asymptomatic polyps don't require any treatment and may resolve on their own. Treatment is necessary when endometrial cancer is suspected. Treatment includes use of hormonal medicines, surgical removal and hysterectomy.

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