Cervical polyps are smooth, cherry-red to reddish-purple or grayish-white, finger-shaped growths in the cervix , the passage between the uterus and the vagina. Cervical polyps vary in size and often look like bulbs on thin stems.
Cervical polyps are usually not cancerous (benign) and can occur alone or in groups. Most polyps are small, about 1 centimeter to 2 centimeters long.
Causes of Cervical Polyps
The cause of cervical polyps is not really understood. They are attached with infection, long-term (chronic) inflammation, abnormal response to the female hormone estrogen, or congestion of blood vessels in the cervical canal.
Cervical polyps are common, especially in women older than 20 who have had at least one child. They are rare in girls who have not started menstruating.
Types Of Cervical Polyps
There are two types of cervical polyps:
1- Ectocervical polyps can develop from the outer surface layer cells of the cervix. They are more common in postmenopausal women.
2- Endocervical polyps develop from cervical glands inside the cervical canal.
Most cervical polyps are endocervical polyps, and are more common in premenopausal women.
Symptoms of Cervical Polyps
1- The most common symptom a woman will notice is abnormal vaginal bleeding that occurs: between menstrual periods.
2- After menopause.
3- After sexual intercourse.
4- After douching.
5- Cervical polyps may be inflamed and rarely can become infected, causing vaginal discharge of yellow or white mucus. Cervical polyps may not cause any symptoms.
6- Discharge, which can be foul-smelling if there is an infection
Who is affected by cervical polyps?
Cervical polyps most often occur in women older than 20 who have had several pregnancies. Most cervical polyps are first discovered during a routine pelvic exam. Usually only a single polyp develops, though sometimes two or three are found during an exam.
If you have a cervical polyp, you probably won’t be able to feel it or see it. Cervical polyps are discovered during routine pelvic exams or evaluations for bleeding or while getting a Pap test.
Visit your doctor for an annual Pap test and for regular pelvic exams. A direct examination is the best way to identify cervical polyps.
Cervical polyps are removed surgically, usually in a doctor’s office. The doctor will use a special instrument, called a polyp forceps, to grasp the base of the polyp stem and then gently pluck the polyp with a gentle, twisting motion.
Treatment (Natural without Surgery)
Alternative solution that will remove cervical polyps without surgery is our Cervical Polyps Natural Solution kit.
This kit will treat the under lining causes of the cervical polyps and get it removed naturally.
HOW TO ORDER FOR THE CERVICAL POLYPS SOLUTION KIT
Order for the Cervical Polyps Solution Kit that will help you get rid of the polyps without surgery are as follows:
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The treatment will last for about 2-3months minimum to do the whole re-installation of your cervix. Therefore there is room to order for the kit in batches, but you need to discuss that with us.
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Delivery: Delivery of the kit is free if you want us to send it to you. (We deliver the kits to client across Nigeria free of charge).
Alternatively, send someone to our office to get it for you.
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