Dr. Sara Mucowski discusses the effect of uterine polyps on reproduction with Giddy
According to research, uterine polyps grow from the lining of the uterus and can degrade a woman’s fertility by taking up space and preventing embryo implantation or sperm from being transported to the fallopian tubes. Dr. Sara Mucowski shares her expertise on such polyps and how they respond to fertility treatments with Giddy, a sexual health platform.
“There is also suspicion that endometrial polyps can cause local inflammation within the uterine cavity … and could negatively impact endometrial receptivity to embryo implantation.”
– Dr. Sara Mucowski