Uterus polyps represent a kind of benign growths that can occur in the interior of the uterus and in the cervix. Very few cases have been reported in girls who have not yet giving birth, but are so common among older women, between forty and fifty years.
These growths rarely can become malignant, or turn into malignant tumors. Their size can vary from a few millimeters, while in some women can grow up to several centimeters.
Growths are quite visible. Doctors during the examination are taking pattern, which immediately sent for analysis to find out whether the polyp is benign or malignant. Only when they get the findings they put the exact diagnosis and then determine which therapy would be the best.
In the opinion of the doctors, the main reasons why they appear are hormones.
People, who have polyps in the uterus, can have problems with frequent infections, inflammation, as well as the weakening of immunity.
Also, the factors that influence their occurrence are alcohol and cigar consumption, genetics, physical inactivity, obesity.
Symptoms of polyps on the subject are increased bleeding during menstruation, bleeding between menstrual periods, bleeding after sex or vaginal bleeding after menopause. For polyps to diagnose with certainty, gynecologists must make special examinations of the interior of the uterus.
Teas for polyps in the uterus
- Tea mix from – sage, nettle, calendula, blackberry, oak bark and two types of herbal drops can reduce polyps.
- Honey and houseleek – 1/2 kg of houseleek leaves grind and with a wooden spoon stir in a larger jar of honey, well close, wrap aluminum foil and place in refrigerator for 5 days. Every day, take 2 tablespoons of the mixture on an empty stomach, half an hour before meals (with a little water), for a period of one month.
- Tea – 50g cantarion, 50g birch leaf and 50g field horsetail. One teaspoon of tea put it in a liter of water and drink it every day for two weeks.
- Tea from Breckland thyme – the best natural remedy for regulating menstruation.