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You may want to know what your mother might expect having had a polyp removed and sent to pathology.
Colon polyps are common in adults, and it is standard to take a biopsy. Most colon polyps are not cancer, but they can turn into cancer. When they are the type that can turn in to cancer, it takes several years for them to turn in to cancer. The treatment to prevent this, is to remove the polyps. If the polyp is the type that can turn into cancer, your mom will require closer monitoring (colonoscopy ever 3 to 5 years).
Regarding the hemmoroids, depending on how uncomfortable they are, removal may be recommended.
I would suspect your mother's doctor may prescribe her a bowel regimen that includes stool softeners to prevent further irritation of the hemmoroids which are enlarged veins that develop in part due to pressure and straining.
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