Cervical Polyp

Cervical polyps are small, enlongated tumours that grow on cervix (opening of uterus).

Polyps are fragile structures that grow from stalks rooted on the surface of the cervix or cervical canal.

Cervical polyps are usually benign, or not cancerous and cervical cancer rarely arises from them.

Symptoms – Irregular vaginal bleeding

  • Pain .

Treatment – surgical treatment.