What are the dangerous polyps in the uterus?
Physicians around the world regretfully admit thatCervical polyps can occur in women of any age, both in adolescents and in older women. Nevertheless, each age has one distinguishing feature that is characteristic of all women, regardless of age, having polyps in the uterus. This feature is a violation of the hormonal background, resulting in excessive proliferation of the uterus and its mucosa.
The very definition of uterine polyps is formulated as follows: Polyps are a small proliferation of the mucous membrane in the uterine region, which looks like a knot and is located on the stalk. It should be noted that most often polyps in the uterus are formed in the areas of the bottom and corners, and take a finger-shaped and pear-shaped forms. But in general, polyps in the uterus usually occur in mature and old age, both in the form of single and in the form of multiple formations.
The main cause of polyps isa violation of the general hormonal background of the body, which is accompanied by chronic inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs, as well as more abrasions and injuries. Scientists have proved that it is the hormonal changes in the body of girls and women that contribute to the formation of polyps in the uterus, and it is quite difficult to treat such a disease.
Experts distinguish between normal and pathologicalchanges in the mucous membrane of the uterine cavity during the formation of polyps. The beginning and course of the disease largely depends on the state of the nervous and endocrine system in a woman, as well as a host of other organs that are dependent on these systems. But the disruption between the connections begins in connection with the problems of the hypothalamus - an area in the brain consisting of neurosecretory cells that are capable of transmitting and responding to nervous excitement, and also secrete secrets or neurohormones due to the changing environment.
The main signs of polyps of the uterus.
One of the most frequent manifestations of polyps in the uterusviolations in the menstrual cycle in the form of frequent bleeding, which are mainly manifested when the polyp is born. As a result of the constant increase in the size of the polyp, frequent contractions of the uterus begin, in connection with which the opening of its opening increases, and the polyp begins to touch the inner side of the vagina. It is at the moment of birth and development of the polyp, the girl feels pain in the abdomen and genitals of a cramping character. In addition, there are frequent discharge, which is accompanied by a large amount of blood.
Treatment of polyps of the uterus.
Polyps in the uterus are treated withthe use of special procedures, begin to interfere with the quiet life of the girl. The woman begins to feel constant pain and dizziness. Problems with the development of polyps in the cervical can easily be identified when examined by a gynecologist. The polyp itself is a soft, pink formation in the cervical region. Most often, in order to confirm this diagnosis it is necessary to undergo a procedure of hysteroscopy, during which the mucous membrane of the uterus will be examined on a special device. Also, many physicians advise to undergo various ultrasound and x-ray studies.
The process itself treatment of polyps in the cervixis possible only in connection with the removal of these formations by a surgical method. Single units are most often removed by the method of unscrewing, and with the subsequent process of cauterization. Various multiple and recurrent polyps are removed by doctors by carefully scraping the entire surface of the mucous membrane located on the uterus, as well as removing it from the cervical canal. Thus, surgeons achieve complete absence of processes on the cervix.