Endometrial Polyp May Cause Recurrent Miscarriage and Infertility

Mrs. Sun didn't know what's the causes of her infertility? She is a twenty-eight years old woman who has been infertile for six years. But she has been diagnosed with endometrial polyp in Beijing Antai Hospital. 
Endometrial polyp often happens to women of childbearing age, it affects women’s menstruation and fertility. Most of the patients came to Beijing Antai Hospital for treatment of recurrent miscarriage and infertility. 

Endometrial Polyp May Cause Recurrent Miscarriage and Infertility
Mrs. Sun has not been pregnant after six years of marriage. She didn’t get pregnant after treated with traditional Chinese medicine for six months. Her index of follicle stimulating hormone was 6.74 mIU/ml, luteinizing hormone was 47.74mIU/ml, estradiol was 188.5pg/ml; testosterone was 27.22ng/dl; prolcatin was 23.77ng/ml and progesterone was 2.16nmol/L. She has been diagnosed with stage one pelvic endometriosis, endometrial polyp and primary infertility by 4D color ultrasound in Beijing Antai Hospital. 
Mrs. Sun decided to have the lesions of endometriosis removed under 3D laparoscopy at our hospital after knowing about our contracted treatment. We carries out removing endometrial polyp under hysteroscopy and dredging bilateral fallopian tubes by special liquid. She can see scattered polyps during operation. and she only needs to be hospitalized for five days after the surgery. Mrs. Sun finally got pregnant at the end of the year which made her husband and her very happy, they even promised us to come back for water birth in the future. 
Dr. Chen indicates that endometrial polyp is the mass attached to the lining of the uterine cavity by slender pedicles, it can be called uterine polyp clinically. It can not only lead to increased menstruation or irregular uterine bleeding, but also lead to infertility and miscarriage for severe patients. It’s better to have the polyps removed under hysteroscopy, and follows by medication regulation according to hormonal changes and pathology.  

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