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Treatment For Cervical

Treatment For Cervical

Following treatment for cervical disorders, vaginal discharge or bleeding may occur, as with a cone biopsy. Dysplasia of the cervix is most commonly treated by cryotherapy, laser vaporization, LEEP procedure, or cone biopsy. These are also the traditional approaches to treating the abnormal cells on the cervix. Cryotherapy is used mostly in mild cases and laser surgery used in mild or moderate cases. Following treatment for cervical disorders, vaginal discharge or bleeding may occur, as with a cone biopsy.

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Treatment For Cervical

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Vaginal Discharge, Cone Biopsy

Cryotherapy and laser treatments are less invasive than the LEEP procedure or cone biopsy. The LEEP procedure and cone biopsy leave more scarring and are used in only moderate or severe cases of dysplasia. These four procedures have varying success and reoccurrence rates. Following treatment for cervical disorders, vaginal discharge or bleeding may occur, as with a cone biopsy.

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

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