My wife has been detected to have a 1.5 cm sessile polyp in descending colon in colonoscopy. One doctor said that there is nothing to be worried as it is harmless and the other says just opposite. Please give your opinion.
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Here are the answers. Yes, this is the only polyp detected and no other polyp is found. There is no colon cancer case in her family history. Actually, she was detected with gallstone and operated a month ago. So, a screening endoscopy and colonoscopy were done. She does not have any bleeding problem. Yes, this was her first colonoscopy.
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