What are the symptoms of cervical polyps? How to prevent it?

The onset of cervical polyps is not only stimulated by gynecological inflammation, but also related to women’s unclean sex life, childbirth and other factors, and is more likely to occur in women aged 30 to 50. So, what are the symptoms of cervical polyps?

Symptoms of cervical polyp

1, vaginal bleeding

Vaginal bleeding caused by cervical polyps is usually spotty, and the color of the blood is mainly bright red. In some cases, the amount of bleeding is similar to menstruation, so it can be easily confused with menstruation. Vaginal bleeding from cervical polyps may also occur in menopausal women, making them think they are menstruating again. Some people may experience a small amount of bleeding.

2. Abnormal leukorrhea

Women with cervical polyps may also have abnormal leucorrhea, which is usually yellow in color and has a bad odor. Some women may also find blood in the leucorrhea.

3. Masses found in the uterine cavity and vaginal opening

This mass can be single or multiple, mostly grayish red with a shiny surface. Most of them are only 1-2 mm in diameter, but don’t underestimate it just because it is small. More growths will fill the entire uterine cavity.

4, pain in the lumbosacral region

Patients suffering from cervical disease will have lumbosacral pain. Patients with cervical polyps are no exception. If the inflammation spreads to the main ligament, it can make women have pain during sex as well.

How to prevent cervical polyps

1, diligent change of underwear, underwear and women’s private parts in direct contact, so whether the underwear is hygienic directly related to the occurrence of gynecological diseases or not. Therefore, women should change their underwear regularly, and ensure that the underwear is clean and dry.

2, in the period, after birth or after abortion these special periods, to do a good job of vulva cleaning work. And do not abuse the irritating vulva detergent.

3, pay attention to sexual hygiene, such as both sides should wash the vulva before sex, to prevent the invasion of bacteria, mycoplasma and other germs. The actual fact is that you will be able to get a lot more than just a few of the most popular and most popular items.

4, women who have cervicitis, vaginitis and other gynecological inflammation must be actively treated, do not ignore the treatment because the symptoms are not serious, and remember to go to the hospital to do the appropriate gynecological examination after treatment.