Following a hysteroscopic resection of uterine polyps, patients generally may resume sexual activity in two weeks, or as directed by their doctor, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. Patients should also avoid vaginal douching during this time frame.
Patients must avoid lifting, pushing or pulling heavy items in the two weeks following hysteroscopic resection of uterine polyps, notes WakeMed Health & Hospitals. Vaginal bleeding and cramping are normal for a few days after the procedure. Because of the gas administered during the procedure, patients sometimes experience gas pains extending into the upper abdomen or shoulder area. This usually occurs during the first 24 hours after the procedure and resolves with walking.