[female, 19 years old] last June, I checked out that there was a very small 0.5cm polyp on the vaginal orifice, just one. Then the doctor would mind saying that I was observing. Seeing that I was too young, he said that I couldn't have surgery for the time being, and see if it could fall off after a long time. Now it's been a year, and there's nothing uncomfortable. I just don't know what to do now. Do you have to have surgery for a 0.5cm polyp, Is there any other way to treat it
When the polyp is relatively small, you need to cooperate with the doctor for conditioning in time. Generally, there is no need for surgery. If it is less, just observe it first. If it may be serious, you can talk about that you can try to interpret yourself. You also like your current life. This is also the production of management, and you can apply hot compress.
Suffering from long polyps is benign and generally does not need treatment. If there are no symptoms and no development trend, it can also go with the flow. If polyps continue to increase, produce compression symptoms and cause pain in the affected area, surgery is usually necessary.
It's better to observe the anti infection effect of underwear if you don't eat it regularly. If you don't have any personal irritation, it's better to observe the anti infection effect of underwear first. If you don't eat it regularly, you'd better pay attention to the anti infection effect. So as not to cause itching and uncomfortable symptoms.