Why Do Patients With Endometrial Polyp Cause Infertility?
Emdometrial polyp interfere with the retention and implantation of sperm and eggs, it may cause obstructive or anovulatory infertility if the patient is accompanied with oviduct or ovaritis. There is a question, why does the patient still infertile after removing endometrial polyp?
She was infertile for three years, she started to have small amount of vaginal bleeding two years ago. She was diagnosed with endometrial thickness by B ultrasound in the local hospitals, but she started to have vaginal bleeding again a month after uterine curettage. The first hospital of Shanxi Medical University performed uterine curettage for her to treat endometrial polyp, but she didn’t get pregnant after one year of trying. She was introduced to Beijing Antai Hospital by a relative later. So she has been diagnosed with endometrial polyp accompanied with polystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
She had endometrial polyp and ovotestis removal sugery followed by medication at Beijing Antai Hospital. She came back to Beijing Antai Hospital three months later for ovulation monitoring, and she got pregnant two months after trying to conceive a baby.
Why does she still infertile after removing endometrial polyp? It's because she also has polystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). To treat endometrial hyperplasia and endometrial polyp, our doctors remind the patients to focus on the treatment of the disease leading to persistent hyperestrogenemia, rather than the removal of endometrial polyp. We do not recommand the patients to undergo hysterectomy. The patient should be performed laparoscopic surgery to remove lesions if she has been diagnosed with endometriosis accompanied with polystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Because the polys will be recur quickly if it is removed without any primary treatments.