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Cervical Mucus Changes

Cervical mucus changes may lead to LEEP procedure or cryotherapy for treatment. A viscid slippery secretion that is usually rich in mucins and is produced by mucous membranes which it moistens and protects. It is an ideal place for various infections associated with sexually transmitted diseases. If this secretion becomes pink, brown, and foul-smelling, it's a sign of a problem. Cervical mucus changes may lead to LEEP procedure or cryotherapy for treatment.

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Cervical Mucus Changes

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LEEP Procedure, Cryotherapy

Every woman should obtain a Pap smear annually. It can detect problems during early and treatable stages. If the secretion is very little (after menopause or due to some drugs), sexual intercourse may be painful. It's easily treated by various lubricants. Cervical mucus changes may lead to LEEP procedure or cryotherapy for treatment.

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

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