Ms. Lin, 28, has been married for 3 years. She has always hoped to have a child, but she has been worried about the two. Recently, Ms. Lin’s menstruation is postponed. I thought it was a good thing.Discover blood,
So, Ms. Lin went to the hospital with her husband to check it, but surprised them: It turned out that Ms. Lin had the endometrium polyps!Ms. Lin usually lives very regular life. She always thought that she was physical, but she did not expect that this would happen.
What is the uterine polyps?
The polyps of uterine are growing on the inner wall of the uterus.They are usually small, but the size ranges from several millimeters to a few centimeters.Pacific polyps are also known as endometrium polyps and are the most common among women aged 40 to 50.
Uterine polyps are usually benign (non -cancer) and usually do not cause any symptoms.However, in some cases, they may cause abnormal vaginal bleeding, sexual intercourse pain and pelvic pain.The polyps may also be related to infertility.
The diagnosis of uterine polyps is usually performed through ultrasonic or uterine laparoscopy.Ultrasonic is a painless and non -invasive process. It uses sound waves to create uterine images.Hysteroscopy is the doctor inserted a thin and bright tube into the uterus to directly check the internal program.
What is the cause of uterine polyps?
There are many reasons for uterine polyps. The most common reason is endocrine disorders, that is, the proportion of estrogen and progesterone.When the proportion of estrogen and progesterone is imbalanced, they have adverse effects on the endometrium, which will cause the endometrium to thickened, thinner or node -shaped thickening.
In addition, uterine polyps may also be caused by the imbalance of the immune system.Some people’s immune systems will cause abnormal reactions, causing endometrium thickening, thinning or nodular thickening.
In addition, uterine polyps may also be caused by inflammation, such as endometritis and cervicitis.These inflammation can lead to changes in the endometrium and cause uterine polyps.
In the end, uterine polyps may also be caused by bacterial infections, such as gonorrhea and chlamydia infections.These infections can cause endometrial changes and cause the occurrence of uterine polyps.
Will uterine polyps affect pregnancy?
Uterine polyps are a common disease of women, also known as uterine fibroids.It is caused by endometrial hyperplasia, consisting of single -layer or multi -layer uterine endometrial cells, which may sometimes affect fertility.
There are many reasons for the influence of uterine polyps. One of the reasons is that it may affect the normal function of the uterus and prevent the safe implantation of the fertilized eggs.In addition, it may also affect the smoothness of the fallopian tube and prevent the transport of fertilized eggs.In addition, it may also cause the endometrium to thicken and prevent the safe implantation of fertilized eggs.In addition, it may also cause the endometrium to become thinner and reduce the implantation rate of fertilized eggs.
Do you need surgical resection when you suffer from polyps?
Uterine polyps are a type of cell hyperplasia that can form a sarcoma in the inner wall of the uterus. The shapes and sizes are different. Some are very large.
However, some uterine polyps can develop symptoms, such as vaginal bleeding, pain, etc. In this case, surgery is needed.Generally speaking, the most commonly used method for treating uterine polyps is surgical resection, because this is the most thorough treatment, which can completely remove uterine polyps to prevent recurrence.
However, surgical resection of uterine polyps also has certain risks, such as bleeding and infection, so before choosing surgical removal of uterine polyps, you must obey the doctor’s advice and decide whether surgical treatment is needed according to your own condition.
Uterine polyps are a common gynecological disease and a disease that is easy to occur.It affects women’s quality of life and may lead to infertility.Therefore, it is important to prevent polyps in uterine.
First of all, we must adhere to the correct living habits, maintain good eating habits, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, eat less greasy food, drink less alcohol, drink more water, and maintain a good schedule.
Secondly, pay attention to your own hygiene, take a bath frequently, keep the lower part clean, do not wear tight clothes, maintain good breathability, prevent humidity, so as not to breed bacteria.
In addition, the physical examination should be carried out regularly. Once you find that your body is discomfort, you should seek medical treatment in time to avoid worsening the condition.
Finally, pay attention to emotional management, maintain a good mentality, do more useful exercise, participate in social activities, increase self -confidence, and reduce anxiety and depression.
In short, it is very important to prevent uterine polyps. We must adhere to the correct living habits, pay attention to your own hygiene, conduct regular physical examinations, and pay attention to emotional management at the same time to prevent the occurrence of uterine polyps.””