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Cervial Dysplasia

Cervial dysplasia is sometimes treated with cryosurgery by removing the affected tissue on the cervix. Mild forms of this condition donít require treatment and may heal on their own, but it is important to have regular Pap smear tests every 6 months to make sure that new abnormalities have not appeared. Only a specialist can advice you a method of treatment. Cervial dysplasia is sometimes treated with cryosurgery by removing the affected tissue on the cervix.

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Cervial Dysplasia

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Cryosurgery, Cervix

It may be heat or diathermy, laser treatment, wire loop excision, cone biopsy, cryosurgery and some others depending on the stage of the disease. After treatment it is possible to experience cramps, discomfort, itching or vaginal discharge for several days. Cervial dysplasia is sometimes treated with cryosurgery by removing the affected tissue on the cervix.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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