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Polyp Cervix

A polyp cervix problem is related to a vaginal wart, or vulvar problems. The condition is benign and easily removed, though some cervical cancers first appear as polyps. The disorder can be asymptomatic. The symptoms are: abnormal vaginal bleeding (postcoital, after douching, between periods, and after menopause), heavy periods (menorrhagia), white or yellow heavy discharge. A polyp cervix problem is related to a vaginal wart, or vulvar problems.

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Polyp Cervix

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Vaginal Wart, Vulvar

The cause of the disorder is not completely understood, it can be the result of infections, chronic inflammation, or congestion of cervical blood vessels. The term refers to a small, fragile, fingerlike growth on the surface of the cervix or endocervical canal. A polyp cervix problem is related to a vaginal wart, or vulvar problems.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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