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An eroded cervix in some cases can be treated with cryosurgery or a LEEP procedure, but may need additional management. This condition is described as partial or complete absence of the surface. The normal tissue is replaced by inflamed atypical tissue, which is red and granular. This disorder can be caused by trauma (through intercourse, tampon or foreign objects insertion), infection (herpes, syphilis, tampons that were not removed), and some medicines. An eroded cervix in some cases can be treated with cryosurgery or a LEEP procedure, but may need additional management.

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Eroded Cervix

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Cryosurgery, LEEP Procedure

The common symptoms of the disorder are: abnormal vaginal bleeding, not associated with a menstrual period. But typically there are no eident symptoms. This condition usually treats on its own; the treatment is usually successful, although it may be an early sign of cancer. An eroded cervix in some cases can be treated with cryosurgery or a LEEP procedure, but may need additional management.

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

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