Cervical polyps are usually benign, common in pregnant women. This occurs due to an increase in the hormone estrogen. Therefore, the pregnant mother needs early treatment of cervical polyps to avoid affecting health.
1. What is cervical polyps?
The cervical stenosis is a narrow tube at the base of the uterus that extends into the vagina. The cervical cavity connects the uterus cavity and the upper part of the vagina. It acts as a passage for sperm to fertilize with eggs, which leads to pregnancy. During labor, the cervical becomes thinner and wider. This allows the baby to pass through the birth canal.
Cervical polyps are small, elongated tumors that grow on the cervical. Thinly structured polyps grow from root stalks on the surface of the cervical or inside the cervical tube. Cervical polyps are very common in women between the ages of 40 and 50 years, pregnant women, those who give birth 2 times or more. Polyps very rarely appear in girls who have not yet appeared menstruation.
Cervical polyps are usually benign, cervical cancer very rarely arises from polyps. Most cervical cancers are caused by HPV virus, which is also the cause of genital warts.
The main causes of cervical polyps:
- Increased estrogen levels, which are female sex hormones
- Cervical ,vaginal or chronic inflammation of the uterus
- Vascular embolulation
- High estrogen levels: Estrogen levels fluctuate naturally throughout a woman's life. It is highest in the years of childbirth, in any pregnancy and in the months leading up to menopause.
2. Cervical polyps during pregnancy
The essence of polyps is benign, not too dangerous, but affects the daily life of women because it causes burning and discomfort. Cervical polyps during pregnancy also affect women's health and fertility. Pregnant women have cervical polyps depending on the size of the tumor that can cause effects such as:
- Increased vaginal secretion leads to an increased risk of gynecologic inflammation in pregnant mothers.
- Psychologically, the health of both pregnant mothers is also affected by cervical polyps during pregnancy that cause discomfort and feelings of anxiety throughout the pregnancy, greatly affecting the health of the mother as well as the development of the fetus
- Tumors that will grow larger over time can seal the cervical and make it difficult to give birth, especially in cases of normal birth.
- In particular, in cases of cervical polyps during pregnancy, the risk of miscarriage and premature birth is very high, especially for those who apply artificial inseination.
3. How to treat pregnant mothers with cervical polyps during pregnancy
For women, when there are symptoms, signs of gynecological-related diseases often cause confusion, anxiety. In particular, for pregnant women with cervical polyps the earlier they are treated will avoid the lesions, affecting both the pregnant mother and the fetus. The doctor will give reasonable treatments to the pregnant mother. Treatment of cervical polyps during pregnancy should use surgical interventions to remove polyps. In case of appearance of stalk legs will conduct electric combustion to avoid regrowth. The doctor will limit the use of the drug to pregnant women, as it will have an effect on the health of the fetus.
For large-sized polyps it is necessary to choose the appropriate time and method to remove the million to the polyp mass without affecting the pregnancy. Cervical polyps can cause prolonged bleeding during pregnancy and nursing monitoring is quite labour-losing, in case it is necessary to cut polyps when the pregnancy is large enough through a vaginal fall.
It is important for women to regularly go to the gynecology department for early detection and treatment of the disease early. Pregnant mothers need to be aware before deciding to be a mother to have a general health check-up as well as a gynecologic health check-up to make sure that their health is completely healthy. During pregnancy it is recommended to carry out a full pregnancy examination to monitor the health as well as the developmental condition of the fetus. This is also a way for you to find out if you have cervical polyps, thereby providing timely intervention to affect both mother and baby.
In order to help customers detect and treat other gynecologic diseases early, Share99 International Health Hub has a basic gynecologicexamination and screening package, helping customers detect inflammatory diseases early, making treatment easy and inexpensive. Screening for early detection of gynecologic cancer(Cervical cancer) even if there are no symptoms.
The basic gynecology examination and screening package for female clients, with no age limit and possible symptoms as follows:
- Abnormal bleeding of the vaginal area
- Menstrual problems: abnormally long cycles, irregular menstruation
- Abnormal vaginal translation (bad smell, unusual color)
- Pain, itching of the closed area
- Female customers have a few risk factors such as bad personal hygiene, unsafe sex,abortion,…
- Female customers have other symptoms such as abnormal vaginal discharge, itching, pain in the closed area, abnormal vaginal bleeding.
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