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What is Endometrial Polyp in the Uterus?

Description of the Condition

Endometrial polyp is a benign tumor that forms from the inner lining of the uterus, called the endometrium. This polyp can have various sizes and shapes, and usually does not pose a threat to life, but can cause various health problems for women.


  • Marginal polyp
  • Stalked polyp


Symptoms of endometrial polyp may include abnormal menstruation, painful menstruation, lower abdominal pain, irregular bleeding, infertility, and other health problems.


The exact causes of endometrial polyps are unknown, but they may be associated with hormonal changes, inflammatory processes, developmental anomalies, and other factors.


Diagnosis of endometrial polyp usually includes uterine ultrasound, hysteroscopy, and endometrial biopsy.


Treatment of endometrial polyp may include surgical removal of the polyp, use of hormonal drugs, and other methods depending on the clinical situation.


Prevention of endometrial polyps may include maintaining a healthy lifestyle, regular gynecological check-ups, and timely seeking medical help when problems arise.


To diagnose and treat endometrial polyp, a woman should consult a gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.