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A biopsy of the cervix is common to detect human papilloma virus, and to determine if cryotherapy is necessary. Complications are not common, infection can occur very rarely. It usually takes 15-30 min; light bleeding is possible after it. Sometimes this procedure itself can be used to treat pre-cancers or very early cancers; another reasons for doing the procedure are: abnormal uterine bleeding, infertility. A biopsy of the cervix is common to detect human papilloma virus, and to determine if cryotherapy is necessary.

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Biopsy Of The Cervix

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Human Papilloma Virus, Cryotherapy

Ask your doctor which kind you will have, what kind of anesthetic you will need, and what side effects you might have after the procedure. There are several kinds of biopsies. This is the only way to tell for certain if you have pre-cancer, true cancer, or neither. A biopsy of the cervix is common to detect human papilloma virus, and to determine if cryotherapy is necessary.

Other Topics: HPV, High Risk HPV, HPV and Pregnancy, Human Papillomavirus HPV, ASCUS HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Symptom, Cervical Cancer and Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Condyloma Picture

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

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