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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 d... More »

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Removal of uterine polyps may cause some minor cramping and bleeding immediately after the procedure. Complications resulting from the hysteroscopy are rare but include perforation of the uterus, bleeding, infection, dam... More »

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The typical recovery time after the removal of uterine polyps through dilation and curettage is a few days, according to Mayo Clinic. Immediately following the operation, patients may need to rest for a few hours in a re... More »

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The typical recovery time after the removal of uterine polyps through dilation and curettage is a few days, according to Mayo Clinic. Immediately following the operation, patients may need to rest for a few hours in a re... More »

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Removal of uterine polyps may cause some minor cramping and bleeding immediately after the procedure. Complications resulting from the hysteroscopy are rare but include perforation of the uterus, bleeding, infection, dam... More »

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When performing an outpatient hysteroscopy, a doctor inserts a thin tube called a hysteroscope through the vagina to examine the cervix and uterus using a local anesthetic or no anesthetic, explains Johns Hopkins Medicin... More »

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