Is there any intervention required for an endometrial polyp in the uterus about 7*8mm in size. Does it impact getting or staying pregnant in any way?
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Hi, Endometrial polyp of less than 1 cm size usually doesn't cause any problem either in the excessive bleeding or difficult in conception.It needs removal by hysteroscopy if any problem in conception (occurs very rarely), excessive menstrual bleeding or growing in size.Needs to be followed up with Scan once in 6months to 1 yr to look for any growth in size.
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