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What Is Cervical Polyp (Cervical Polyp)?

Description of the Disease

A cervical polyp, or cervical polyp, is a benign tumor that forms on the mucous membrane of the cervix. This condition is most commonly found in women aged 20 to 50.


  • Endocervical polyps - form in the cervical canal.
  • Exocervical polyps - form on the surface of the cervix.


  • Heavy menstruation.
  • Bloody discharge outside of the menstrual period.
  • Pain in the lower abdomen or during intercourse.


The causes of cervical polyps are not precisely established, but they may be associated with hormonal changes, inflammatory processes, trauma, or surgical interventions.


To diagnose cervical polyps, a gynecological examination, ultrasound, and hysteroscopy are performed.


Treatment of cervical polyps can be carried out using conservative methods (prescribing drugs) as well as surgical intervention (removal of the polyp).


For the prevention of cervical polyps, it is recommended to seek timely medical attention from a gynecologist, maintain a healthy lifestyle, and undergo regular check-ups.


To diagnose and treat cervical polyps, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist.

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