Management of a pregnant woman with a large cervical polyp in the first
trimester: A case report
AbstractPolypectomy during pregnancy is known to be a risk for spontaneous late
miscarriage or preterm delivery. We managed a 34-year-old pregnant woman
with a large cervical polyp without polypectomy, and we administered
probiotics including Clostridium butyricum and
17-alpha-hydroxyprogesterone caproate. As a result, she delivered a
healthy baby at 38 weeks.