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Colposcopy Pregnancy

Colposcopy Pregnancy

When performing a colposcopy, pregnancy is not affected in any way, and Lichen sclerosus or vulvar problems should be treated. This procedure is performed to determine the cause of the abnormalities found on the surface of the cervix by a Pap smear test. It is rather simple and painless, is usually performed in a physician’s office and takes about 15-20 minutes. When performing a colposcopy, pregnancy is not affected in any way, and Lichen sclerosus or vulvar problems should be treated.

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Colposcopy Pregnancy

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Lichen Sclerosus, Vulvar

During the procedure a colposcope is used, it is a large electric microscope with a bright light on the end of it, which makes it possible to visualize the surface of the cervix. The procedure doesn’t affect the ability to conceive and give birth. When performing a colposcopy, pregnancy is not affected in any way, and Lichen sclerosus or vulvar problems should be treated.

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

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