Yes it can because polyps can go up very high (just like in rectal polyps.) You should see your doctor and then see a specialist because something can be done about polyps and you also want to be sure you don't have any cancerous lumps.
No, an IUD is placed in the uterus, not the vagina. The diaphragm, cervical cap, and vaginal ring are placed in the vagina to prevent pregnancy.
All birth control pills alter cervical mucus. That is one of the mechanisms by which they prevent pregnancy -- the progestin thickens the cervical mucus.
No viral STD will prevent cervical cancer.
BC pills prevent pregnancy by tricking your body into thinking its pregnant and this stops you from ovulating so there is no egg awaiting fertilization.
no it can't prevent pregnancy
Only if she is ovulating at that time. Each woman is different - so having sex while on your cycle does not insure nor prevent pregnancy.
If you already ARE pregnant, it's TOO LATE to PREVENT pregnancy. Prevent means stopping something from ever happening. The options you have now are: - going through with the pregnancy and having the baby. Maybe put it up for adoption once born - hoping for a miscarriage - or have an abortion. That'll prevent birth, and you becoming a parent, but it won't prevent pregnancy.For that, you need to see a doctor.
BV won't prevent pregnancy.
Vitamins don't prevent pregnancy.
No, orgasm does not prevent pregnancy.
The purpose of BCP is to prevent ovulation. If you take The Pill as directed, you are not ovulating.
Lithium does NOT prevent pregnancy.
No, softdrinks can not prevent pregnancy
The answer is: "how is this happening"?
A cervical smear can help prevent cervical cancer by detecting precancerous changes on the cervix. This early detection can allow early treatment before cancer occurs.
Birth control pill will prevent you from ovulating.
Starch as in pasta, potatoes etc? That does not prevent pregnancy.
No. Cytotec can be used for abortion but not to prevent pregnancy.
NO ! ONLY contraception or abstinence can prevent pregnancy !
Prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening
prevent the occurrence of prevent something from happening
You can prevent pregnancy by using condoms. abstain from it
No. Abstinence or some form of contraceptive will prevent pregnancy.
Yaz is a birth control pill. It is intended to prevent pregnancy.