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19 weeks pregnant, have pressure and bladder during urination with frequent urge. Ultrasound showed bladder polyp. What could it be?

I am 28 and 19 weeks pregnant. I am experience pressure and pain in my bladder when urinating and frequent urination . I thought these were all symptoms of pregnancy. I recently had an ultrasound and my doctor said I have a bladder polyp . He referred me to a urologist but I can t get in for 3 weeks. I am going crazy with questions. What is a bladder polyp? How did I get one? What are my options when I m pregnant? They did a urinalysis which showed no blood in my urine. I also have a history of kidney stones . I appreciate any advice! Thank you!!
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have a polyp in your bladder .
In majority of cases polyp is a benign tumour and cause of getting polyp is still unknown .
There is no medical line of treatment for polyp The only option is get it removed and send it for histopathological examination to rule out malignancy(Cancer).
Please do nor worry you can certainly wait ti you get appointment of Urologist who do cystoscopic examination and remove the polyp.

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