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Polyps in cervix
Does polyps get operated in bleeding.how much is the recovery period and what are the charges. Is it dangerous
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Polyp are of different kinds Cervical, endometrial or myomatous Hysteroscopic removal which requires only 1/2 day stay is preferred for polyps inside the uterus
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it may be dangerous if not treated because you need to know its pathology
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Connect with me for online consultation for details BeBorn Gynecology Santacruz Mumbai
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For detail consultation connect with me online and we will discuss issues further..
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Details of polyp required site and size 
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Better get them removed it will case more bleeding Charged varies as per surgeon
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