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endometrial polyp -trying to conceive

i am married and trying to conceive for 3 years.I am 34 years.I have normal cycle -24 to 28 days.normal painful periods.did HSG xray and it showed no tubal blocks.normal ovulation without medicines(follicualr study report)i hav endometrial poly 9*8 mm(dated 06/08/2010)again on 13/08/2011 US scan showed it is 1.3*1.4 cm.but both the scans were done in two different places.i also have posterior wall subserous fibroid.i would like to know if my polyp is growing?should i remove it ?if so,then laproscopy or hysteroscopy which is best?i am also thinking to opt for siddha.but i would like to know which treatment is good-allopathy or siddha for my condition.all allopathy gynae say that there is no problem with the polyp.i would like to know why i am not conceiving yet?pls reply as early as possible.thanks
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replied August 27th, 2011
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If there has been a uterine or endometrial polyp, you should consider removing it as sometimes it can cause problems in successful implantation of a fertilized ovum. Consider discussing with your treating gynecologist about its removal and further management. Proceed with pregnancy plans as instructed. Be in regular follow-up and monitoring of your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any abnormal/new symptoms immediately. You can also consider requesting your gynecologist to have a complete infertility work-up done for you and your partner to identify any other underlying abnormality that might hinder pregnancy chances. Appropriate treatment measures would be suggested to help you get pregnant (based on examination and investigation results). All the best.
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