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Nasal polyps are often caused by irritation in the nose resulting from an allergy or infection that causes the nasal passages to become red and swollen with dripping fluid, explains Healthline. Nasal polyps form into a small cyst that can potentially block nasal passage...

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Polyp removal surgery is usually an outpatient surgery, according to WakeMed.The patient may be able to leave the hospital the day the surgery is done.

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Cervical polyps, small tumors in the cervix, are removed surgically in a physician's office without pain medication, according to Healthline. Following that, the base of the polyp must be eradicated.

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Bleeding after a polyp removal is a possible complication a few days after the procedure, notes MedlinePlus. Some women may experience abnormal bleeding from the vagina, especially between periods and after a sexual intercourse.

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As of 2014, doctors do not cite any absolute specific causes of colorectal polyps, but research suggests they may be caused by some genetic factors or prior conditions, notes Healthline. Additionally, those with certain unhealthy lifestyles or habits may be at an increa...

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Endoscopic surgery is used to remove nasal polyps if drug treatments don't work or if the polyps are so large that treatments such as corticosteroid drugs are ineffective, according to Mayo Clinic. The surgeon inserts an endoscope, which is a small tube with a nasal tel...

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Most polyps are found and removed during sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy screening, using biopsy forceps or a wire loop called a snare. If the polyp is larger than 0.75 inches, a liquid may be injected under it to help with its removal, explains Mayo Clinic.