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Moderate dysplasia can progressively get worse without management with colposcopy assisted surgeries for condyloma, a genital wart. CIN 2 is a rather dangerous condition, which requires regular checking to make sure it doesn't become cervical cancer. The condition doesn't affect the ability to become pregnant, but it is better to cure the abnormal tissues first to avoid complications during delivery. Moderate dysplasia can progressively get worse without management with colposcopy assisted surgeries for condyloma, a genital wart.

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Moderate Dysplasia

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Colposcopy, Condyloma

There are several methods for treating this type of the disease: cryotherapy, cryosurgery, electrocautery (LEEP), laser vaporization or ablation, or biopsy. Laser surgery is considered to be the most effective, but the most expensive method. For all these rpocedures the patient doesn't have to stay in the hospital. Moderate dysplasia can progressively get worse without management with colposcopy assisted surgeries for condyloma, a genital wart.

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

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