Cervical Polyps

HOW TO GET RID OF CERVICAL POLYPS NATURALLY

What Are Cervical Polyps?

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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” bottom_margin=”40″]A cervical polyp is a common benign polyp or tumour on the surface of the cervical canal. They can cause irregular menstrual bleeding but often show no symptoms. Cervical polyps are small, elongated tumors that grow on the cervix.

The cervix is the narrow canal at the bottom of the uterus that extends into the vagina. Polyps are fragile structures that grow from stalks rooted on the surface of the cervix or inside the cervical canal. There is usually only one polyp present—or at most, two or three. Cervical polyps occur in about four percent of women of reproductive age. They are most common in women in their 40s and 50s who have had more than one child. Polyps almost never occur in young women prior to the start of menstruation. Polyps are also common during pregnancy.

This may be caused by an increase in the hormone estrogen. Cervical polyps are usually benign (not cancerous), and cervical cancer is rare. Cancer of the cervix occurs in only one percent of women of reproductive age.[/text_block]

Symptoms of Cervical

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” bottom_margin=”40″]Polyps Polyps on the cervix may not cause any noticeable symptoms. However, if any of the following symptoms occur, see your gynecologist right away:[/text_block]

  • vaginal discharge of white or yellow mucus (leucorrhea)
  • abnormally heavy periods (menorrhagia)
  • vaginal spotting or bleeding;after sexual intercourse (post coital)
  • vaginal spotting or bleeding; between periods (inter-menstrual)
  • vaginal spotting or bleeding; after douching
  • vaginal spotting or bleeding;after menopause (postmenopausal)

Why Polyps Occur

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]It is not fully understood why cervical polyps occur. Their formation may be linked to:[/text_block]

  • increased levels of estrogen (female sex hormone)
  • chronic inflammation in the cervix, vagina, or uterus
  • clogged blood vessels

High Estrogen Levels

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” bottom_margin=”40″]Estrogen levels naturally fluctuate throughout a woman’s life. The most common times are during menstrual cycles, pregnancies, and in the months leading up to menopause. For example, estrogen levels can reach 100 times the normal range during pregnancy.

Man-made chemicals that mimic estrogen are present everywhere in our environment today. For example, xenoestrogens are found in commercially produced meats and dairy products.

Chemical estrogens can also be released into food that is heated in Styrofoam or plastic containers. Even some air fresheners contain phthalates, another estrogen-like chemical.[/text_block]

Inflammation

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” bottom_margin=”40″]An inflamed cervix appears red, irritated, or eroded. Some of the known causes of cervical inflammation include:[/text_block]

  • bacterial infection
  • condyloma cuminata virus (warts)
  • human papillomavirus (HPV) infection
  • herpes
  • yeast infections
  • pregnancy, miscarriage, or abortion
  • hormonal changes

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]HPV infection is also a known cause of cervical cancer. Regular pelvic exams and pap tests (also called pap smears) are an important precaution for women of any age. The pap test is done by scraping a small amount of tissue from the cervix, which is sent to a laboratory. The test checks for infection and abnormal cells.[/text_block]

How Cervical Polyps Are Diagnosed

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Polyps are easy to see in a routine pelvic examination. The doctor will see smooth, finger-like growths on the cervix that appear red or purple in color. Polyps usually protrude out from the cervical canal.

Biopsies (tissue samples) of the polyps are taken and sent to a laboratory for testing. Results usually show benign polyp cells. In rare cases, there may be abnormal cells or neoplastic changes (precancerous patterns of growth).

finger-like growths on the cervix that appear red or purple in color. Polyps usually protrude out from the cervical canal.

Biopsies (tissue samples) of the polyps are taken and sent to a laboratory for testing. Results usually show benign polyp cells. In rare cases, there may be abnormal cells or neoplastic changes (precancerous patterns of growth).

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Treatment of Cervical Polyps

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” bottom_margin=”40″]Removing cervical polyps is a simple procedure that is done in the doctor’s office. No pain medication is needed. There are several ways to remove cervical polyps, including:[/text_block]

  • twisting the polyp off at the base
  • tying surgical string around the base of the polyp and cutting it away
  • using ring forceps to remove the polyp

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” bottom_margin=”40″]Methods used to destroy the base of the polyp, and prevent regrowth, include:[/text_block]

  • liquid nitroge
  • electrocautery ablation (uses an electrically heated needle)
  • laser surgery

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]You may feel a brief, mild pain during removal and mild to moderate cramps for a few hours after. Spotting of blood from the vagina may occur for one or two days after removal.
Recovery and Prevention

Polyp removal is a simple, safe, and noninvasive procedure. However, if you have ever had polyps, you are at higher risk of developing them again. Getting regular pelvic examinations ensures finding any growths early in their development.

Since some infections are linked to cervical polyps, a few simple steps may help reduce your risk. Wear cotton underwear that allows good air circulation. This prevents excess heat and moisture, which is the perfect environment for infections. Also, have your partner use a condom during intercourse.

Be sure to get regular pelvic examinations and pap tests.[/text_block]

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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]As written above, if you have had polyps ever, it is likely you have it again. This means that even surgery and other procedures do not stop polyps from growing again and this really do affect women’s fertility.

If you are looking for the best natural way to get rid of polyps and make sure it never grow again and which also does not have any side effect, get our Cervical Polyps Remedy Kit.

This Kit contains several Natural Health Products (certified by NAFDAC, HALAL, ISO9000 and also certified and used in many countries of the world) that work together to:[/text_block]

  • Balance the level of the estrogen hormone in the body
  • Get rid of Polyps totally
  • Get rid of Vaginal Infections
  • Get rid of vaginal discharge
  • Stop bleeding
  • Prepare the body for pregnancy..and so on

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Is this suitable for renal patients?

Melita
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I wonder if it works in the case of big polyp ( 6 cm)?

Khin Thida Win
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Khin Thida Win

I’m really difficult to get pregnant due to cervical polyp. I known that last weeks while I took hsg. But my doctor say no need to remove and can try again to get pregnant. And also can try IUI.
It may be success iui process with cervical polyp.

Onwuka chika jacinta
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Onwuka chika jacinta

I removed poly last month due to heavy menstruation/bleeding. Up till now am still have small small stain or what I call bleeding .my doctor said I still have poly but the best option is to remove my womb because I have finished giving birth.I am 39yrs old

Alice
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I didn’t know I had cervical polyps until 2012. Av tried various herbal medicines bcos I didn’t wnt to go for a surgery. Yet de polyps is still there.
I knw de cervical remedy kit will be of help….but I dnt have de money.
I dnt knw wat to do.

Vera Hite
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Vera Hite

I live in USA. How can I order it and have it shipped to me?

Mary Joy
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Mary Joy

Hi — I have a cervical polyp as well. I’m in the Philippines, how can I order and make payment for this product?

Angela Olson
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Angela Olson

How would I get this in the United States?

Eugene Matulac
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Eugene Matulac

Hi there, my wife has a cervical polyp. Her doctor advised is to remove the polyp by hysteroscopy procedure. Is there any ways to remove the polyps by not going to any surgical procedure? How much is the price of this kit in philippine peso?

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[…] Cervical polyps are small, elongated tumours that grow on the cervix. The cervix is the narrow canal at the bottom of the uterus that extends into the vagina. Polyps are fragile structures that grow from stalks rooted on the surface of the cervix or inside the cervical canal. There is usually only one polyp present—or at most, two or three. […]

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