Can I get Pregnant with Polyps?

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Polyps are actually pretty common and many women develop them. Typically, they do not cause very many symptoms and some women don’t even realize that they have them. However, there is a possibility that they will cause issues with a woman’s reproductive system.

Polyps are not harmful and usually require no treatment. However, if they are causing problems with the reproductive system, this could mean that the woman’s periods are irregular or that she is not ovulating regularly. If this is the case, the woman could struggle to become pregnant.

In these instances, it is common for doctors to remove the polyps through a medical procedure. After they are removed, most women find that their periods and ovulation cycles return to normal and are able to become pregnant.

Polyps-are-actually-pretty-common-and-many-women-develop-themIt is also possible that your doctor will suggest giving you medication to help you become pregnant. Medication is given to women who are struggling to ovulate regularly. One of the most popular medications is Clomid and it is extremely helpful for women who are struggling to ovulate.

Determining whether your polyps need to be removed will be up to you and your doctor. Your doctor will assess your specific condition in order to determine if treatment is necessary and what type will be the most effective.

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