A uterine polyp is a tissue growth that develops on the inner lining of the uterine wall and travels into the uterine cavity, explains Mayo Clinic. The growths are caused by excess production of the cells that reside in ... More »

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After polyp removal surgery, menstrual bleeding reduces and in some cases completely stops. Polyp removal through endometrial ablation involves removing the lining that facilitates fetus growth, according to John Hopkins... More »

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 »

Uterine polyps are growths in the inner lining of the uterus, or endometrium, that attach themselves to endometrial tissue, according to Cleveland Clinic. Polyps are usually benign and range in size from as small as a se... More »

Esophageal polyps are abnormal growths containing tissue and cells that occur on the inside of the esophagus, as noted by WebMD. They can be cancerous but, more often than not, are benign. Since the esophagus is located ... More »

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Colon polyps are growths on the inner lining of the colon composed of abnormal cells caused by a genetic mutation, explains MedicineNet. Some of the risk factors of polyps include age, inflammatory intestinal disease, to... More »

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Uterine polyps are either benign, precancerous or cancerous, and benign uterine polyps do not always become cancerous, according to Mayo Clinic. A woman can have a single polyp or several polyps ranging in size from a fe... More »