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Common cervical dysplasia treatment will include cryosurgery for removing abnormal tissue and the genital verruca. This method is less invasive since there is no actual cutting of tissue. If not, then normally a cryotherapy is recommended to freeze the abnormal cells. If it is a mild case it is advised to have follow-up paps every 3-6 months to see if the body will clear the problem. Common cervical dysplasia treatment will include cryosurgery for removing abnormal tissue and the genital verruca.

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Cervical Dysplasia Treatment

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Cryosurgery, Verruca

When the symptoms are moderate or severe they are normally removed by a cone biopsy or LEEP procedure, which cuts out an area of tissue from the cervix. Surgical removal of the symptoms is the prescribed remedy to an abnormal Pap smear. Common cervical dysplasia treatment will include cryosurgery for removing abnormal tissue and the genital verruca.

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