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Trying to conceive. Polip removed from uterus, another found. Prescribed pregvit folic 5. Will it interrupt pregnancy?

hi im 34 yrs old woman, got 6yrs n 4 yrs daughter. want to get regnant again. in 2012, feb the 10th doctor removed a polip from my uterus , which was 2.3 x 1.8 x 1.7cm. n now in 2013, jan she found 1 more polip which is 0.8 x 0.8 x 0.5cm by hytogram. what to do? im afraid whether this polip will interup the pregnancy or not.. my specialist told me that im fine to try to have a baby if want... pls help me... she prescribed me pregvit folic5..
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Normally polyps do not interfere with pregnancy, particularly the one you have mentioned is too small.
However, if symptomatic in the form of inter menstrual bleeding, or heavy menstrual bleeding - they indicate removal.
Also, much depends on the histopathology of the previous polyp which was removed.
Some polyps have malignant potential.
Also, at 34, apart from the polyp, your ovarian reserve and the status of your fallopian tubes would also affect chances of conception.
Please consult a fertility specialist.
take care
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