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What is endometrial polyp (polyp)?
It is a disease in which endometrial tissue cells protrude into the uterus like dendrites.

Endometrial polyp (polyp) is a disease in which endometrial tissue cells are locally overgrown and protruding into the uterus like dendrites. The number ranges from one to dozens, ranging in size from small to large to over three to four centimeters. Because polyps are generally soft tissue, they can easily be removed through cervical clinic treatment. The Best Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic treats uterine and postmenopausal women with customized treatment of uterine cervical and hyper fluorescent treatment programs to treat endometrial polyps as well as endometrial polyps.

 

Although endometrial polyps are not mostly malignant tumors,
If left untreated, it may cause infertility, fever, and abnormal bleeding.

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① The relationship between endometrial polyp and endometrial cancer

Endometrial polyps, women of childbearing age and postmenopausal women must be treated. Polyps are not likely to grow into malignant tumors, but the presence of polyps in the uterus is very likely to cause endometrial cancer.

 

 Endometrial polyps are extremely common, with about 5% of all women having large, small polyps in the uterus. The diagnosis of endometrial polyps is usually benign, but it is difficult to differentiate benign polyps from endometrial cancers. Therefore, even small polyps should be diagnosed accurately by histologic examination. good. In addition, about 10% to 20% of menopausal women with endometrial cancer are associated with endometrial polyps, suggesting that polyps themselves are less likely to develop cancer, but women with polyps are more likely to develop endometrial cancer .

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② Relationship between endometrial polyps, infertility, and stomach

Many uterine diseases act as causes of infertility and masturbation. In particular, endometrial polyps, regardless of size, can interfere with the fertilization of the embryo, thus reducing the chance of pregnancy. 

 

 Most cases of endometrial polyps are not symptomatic, but when symptoms are present, abnormal bleeding due to development of blood vessels and excessive menstrual flow are the most common. It often occurs in the part of the pathway leading from the uterus to the fallopian tube, which is usually implanted, and is often accompanied by endometrial hyperplasia. Not only large polyps but also small polyps are present in the above places, which interfere with the fertilization of the fertilized egg. If you are a woman of childbearing age, it is advisable to remove even the smallest polyps to help pregnancy, especially if you are preparing for in vitro fertilization or artificial insemination. In the best gynecologic department, when removing the endometrial polyps of pregnant women who are pregnant, a combination of uterine cervix clinic and high fidelity program is created to create a healthier uterine condition.

 

What is an uterine cervix clinic?

Hysteroscopy Clinic - Best for Woman

 The best way to remove only polyps without damage to the endometrium -

Endometrial polyps are often found by ultrasound in the absence of obvious symptoms. If you have any suspicion of endometrial polyps in the best gynecologic department, you will treat the uterine cervix directly with polyps, regardless of size. Uterine cervix refers to endoscopy, which is similar to gastrointestinal endoscopy in internal medicine. The uterine cervix clinic treatment of the best gynecologist is a method to minimize the damage of the endometrium by selectively removing the polyps by inserting a special endoscopic endoscope.

 

Cervical Clinic Therapy Course

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Curettage, hysterectomy vs Cervical Clinic

Worry about side effects NO! Uterine incision NO! Uterine damage NO!

Best gynecological and uterine cervical clinic to be treated with peace of mind.

 

The most common surgical procedure for endometrial polyps is curettage. Curettage is also a way to take advantage of endometrial biopsy during a surgical procedure scraping the endometrium using a long hook-shaped tools. But that is not the object of endometrial polyps dressed damage to the enemy that can be removed when the endometrial polyps by curettage as well, and can be caused by intrauterine synechiae as a side effect. Another existing surgical procedure for removing endometrial polyps is hysterectomy. Hysterectomy should never hayeoseoneun proceed carelessly, because it causes a variety of negative consequences, especially depression which not only poses exceptional fatal consequences of pregnancy to women of childbearing age psychologically impossible for all women, loss, sexual dysfunction, hormonal disorders, early menopause.

 In obstetrics and gynecology, endometrial polyps are removed only by cervical and hysterectomy methods and by non-incisional, non-surgical methods such as endoscopy and high fidelity.

 The uterine cervix clinic and hi-fu lady treatments have little endometrial damage and can be quickly restored within 1 to 2 days, allowing you to have daily life immediately so you can be treated reliably and reliably.

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Check Point!

Endometrial polyp! Is my womb healthy?

 

Endometrial polyps are important for women of childbearing age who are planning to become pregnant, but they can be even more dangerous for women who are about to post menopause. Endometrial polyps in postmenopausal women are responsible for increasing the incidence of endometrial cancer. Please check the following questionnaire and if you have more than 2 cases, you are likely to have endometrial polyps.

  • There is irregular bleeding.
  • A small amount of bleeding occurs during sexual intercourse.

     ● The amount of physiology has increased sharply

  • Vaginal discharge increased.
  • Menstrual period increased.

      ● Severe menstrual cramps

● Abdominal obesity is severe.

● I am a woman in my 40s and 50s, and I do not have experience in receiving an obstetrician's examination.

● Have endometriosis disease or are currently suffering from.

Haifu - Cervical Program


Pregnancy period, uterine conservative treatment program only for the best female obesity women

 

Uterine leiomyoma is often accompanied by endometrial polyp or endometrial polyp (leiomyoma).

Endometrial polyps or endometrial polyps (cystic myomas) can be cervical.

If you have uterine leiomyoma, endometrial polyp or leiomyomatous leiomyoma, you

can treat both with Haifu and Cervix.