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Cervix Stenotic

A cervix stenotic, is when the cervix is damaged from multiple surgeries to remove an internal venereal wart, or ASCUS. Both laser cone biopsy and cryotherapy used to remove abnormal cells from the cervix increase the risk of developing this condition because of an abnormal healing response. Surgical procedures performed on the cervical tissue also cause scar tissue. Cervical stenosis can occur from cervical trauma and after menopause from atrophy. A cervix stenotic, is when the cervix is damaged from multiple surgeries to remove an internal venereal wart, or ASCUS.

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Cervix Stenotic

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Venereal Wart, ASCUS

Cervical stenosis also causes poor mucus production and decreased sperm transport. A complication that arises from this condition is the scar tissue does not stretch and dilate. A history of cervical surgeries increases the occurrence of stenosis, including the various surgeries performed for an abnormal pap smear. A cervix stenotic, is when the cervix is damaged from multiple surgeries to remove an internal venereal wart, or ASCUS.

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

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