Uterine Polyps Treatment in Dubai

uterine polyps treatment in dubai - Dr Pranjali Singh


While abnormal or heavy vaginal bleeding can be caused by a number of conditions, it can also be caused by Uterine Polyps. These growths are usually not harmful, but they can interfere with fertility and cause discomfort. Uterine polyps are usually benign, but they can interfere with menstruation or your fertility (ability to have children). They can be as small as a sesame seed, or they can be a size of a golf ball. You could have one or several polyps at the same time.

However, our gynaecology expert Dr. Pranjali Singh has several methods for locating these polyps and, if required, can carry out a uterine polyp removal surgery.

What are Uterine Polyps?

A uterine (endometrial) polyp is a small, fleshy growth that can form along the uterine lining (endometrium). These polyps are typically less than 1 cm in size. It is also possible to have multiple.

In other words, Uterine Polyps are growths attached to the uterine inner wall that expand into the uterus. Endometrial polyps form when cells in the uterine lining (endometrium) overgrow.

They can cause problems such as:

Severe bleeding discomfort

Infertility in menopausal women

Menopause-related bleeding

It is critical to see our doctor if you have such symptoms. She can assist in determining whether you have uterine polyps or another condition and help you out with endometrial polyp treatments.

Causes of Uterine Polyps

Experts are unsure why women develop uterine polyps. It could be related to hormonal changes. Your estrogen levels fluctuate each month, causing the lining of your uterus to thicken and then shed during your period. Polyps form when there is an excess of that lining.

Some factors may increase your chances of developing polyps. One factor is age; they are more common in people in their 40s or 50s (perimenopause phase). This could be because of changes in estrogen levels that happen just prior to and during menopause.

People prone to Uterine Polyps

Age is a significant predictor of polyps. Uterine polyps can develop after menopause (postmenopause), but they are uncommon in women under the age of 20.

You are more likely to develop this condition and may need uterine polyps treatment in Dubai if you:

  • Obese (BMI > 30) or overweight (BMI 25-30).
  • Have hypertension (high blood pressure).
  • Take, for example, tamoxifen, a drug used to treat breast cancer.
  • Receive hormone replacement therapy with a high estrogen dosage.
  • Also, if you have Lynch syndrome or Cowden syndrome, you are more likely to develop uterine polyps.

Symptoms of Uterine Polyps

Normal menstrual cycles last 28 days, but many women with uterine polyps have irregular menstrual cycles.

Other symptoms may include the following:

  • Unusually heavy flow during menstrual periods
  • Intermenstrual bleeding is defined as bleeding or spotting between periods.
  • Infertility (being unable to conceive a baby or carry a full-term pregnancy).
  • After menopause, vaginal spotting or bleeding (red, pink, or brown blood).
  • Vaginal discharge
  • Bleeding after intercourse

During a procedure to diagnose another problem, our doctor may discover asymptomatic polyps. Polyps may prolapse or slip through your cervix on occasion. The cervix is the opening between your vaginal and uterine cavities. During a physical exam, our doctor may be able to see the polyps and suggest an appropriate line of uterine polyps treatment in Dubai.

Uterine Polyps Treatment in Dubai

Being Vigilant

Small polyps that do not cause any symptoms may resolve on their own. Small polyps should not be treated if you are not at risk of uterine cancer.


Certain hormonal medications, such as progestins and gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists, may alleviate polyp symptoms. However, taking such medications is usually only a temporary solution — symptoms usually return once the medication is stopped.

Surgical Intervention

If uterine polyps turn cancerous or cause major hindrances with menstruation and your daily life, uterine polyp removal surgery may be recommended. Hysteroscopy is generally performed in such cases. The procedure involves inserting a device and instruments (hysteroscope) inside the uterus to allow polyp removal. The polyp removed will most likely be sent to a lab for examination.

If a uterine polyp contains cancer cells, our surgeon will discuss the next steps in evaluation and treatment with you.

For all your Uterine Polyp issues - Consult Dr. Pranjali Singh

Dr. Pranjali Singh is a highly qualified gynaecologist and hysteroscopy surgeon in Dubai. She specialises in uterine polyp treatment in Dubai and treats the condition in the safest and most effective way. Her holistic approach in her diagnosis and treatment ensures that the patient’s overall health is taken into consideration, thus providing a better outcome for the patient in terms of their recovery time and long-term well-being.

With her know-how and expertise, Dr. Pranjali has been able to provide many patients with successful outcomes from their treatments for uterine polyps, helping them regain their quality of life quickly and without any complications or side effects.

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