Can I Get Pregnant After Curettage Of Uterine Polyps?
Hello Mrs. Qibtiya,
After a curette, it usually takes time for the uterus to heal. Usually it is possible to plan / attempt a pregnancy again 3-6 months after the curette or on the advice of the obstetrician who examined you. Whether or not you are pregnant, of course, the answer must be based on examination. But basically, if you are generally in good health and your reproductive organs are healthy, you can get pregnant.
After curettage, there can be periods that change temporarily, can be a little or more and the cycle is irregular. Usually over time it will return to normal. You need to be vigilant if after the curettage there is bleeding that doesn't stop, severe abdominal pain, fever, or smelly discharge from the vagina.
If you feel worried, you can check with your gynecologist and have this checked as well as consult about your pregnancy plans. The obstetrician can provide advice according to your circumstances. At this time, keep a positive mind, eat a healthy, balanced diet, get enough rest and control stress.