Cervical polyps are areas of growth that appear on the cervical folds. They are commonly found in women during their reproductive age. Most cervical polyps are not symptomatic and are often discovered incidentally.
Blood from vagina not from period
Pink, Dark brown
During or after sexual intercourse
Stops by itself
Strange fluid coming out of vagina other than blood
Yellow, White, Mucus
Excessive or prolonged bleeding during period
Inability to conceive a child
Given birth two or more times
History of cervical polyps
History of endometrial polyps
History of Sexually Transmitted Infections
If you have Cervical Polyps, then a visit to an obstetrician-gynecologist is highly recommended.