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Have polyp in uterus. Discharged hard object during period. Now normal menstruation. Did I pass the polyp?

A doctor told me I have polyp in my uterus . I was having heavy periods lasting 5-6 days and bad period pain. Recently I have gone back to my normal period of 3-4 days steady bleeding and no mid cycle spotting went back to normal after I noticed an small almond shaped hard thing came out throughout a period. Is it possible it was the polyp? Also is it safe to continue to try to conceive with a polyp there? I have had one baby already. Thank you for any advice available.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,

Uterine polyp having thin stalk may get expelled occasionally by strong uterine contractions during periods. Probably it was polyp only because your symptoms are relieved. You may try for pregnancy. If you want , you can undergo a scan for extra confirmation.

Best of luck and take care.

Hope it helps..
Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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